Video game projected on Las Vegas tower breaks Guinness record

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Aug. 27 (UPI) -- The makers of video game Garena Free Fire broke two Guinness World Records by projecting a giant game on the side of a Las Vegas resort building.

The team behind Garena Free Fire, a battle royale game for mobile platforms, celebrated the game's fourth anniversary by projecting a round on the side of the Tropicana Hotel's Club Tower.


The projected screen measured 46,733.65 square feet, more than doubling the 19,090-square-foot record set by Xbox and Destiny 2: Beyond Light in December 2020.

The display involved 1.6 million lumens of light, setting a new record for the largest number of lumens ever created by a projector array.

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