Starting from a single arcade in Australia, Timezone now has a footprint in six countries but still retains its family ethos.


Back in 1978 one man founded the Indoor Amusement Games Company (later to be known as LAI Group) with a handful of pinball machines and opened what he called a “family entertainment centre” in Perth, Australia.

Something of a visionary, that man, Malcolm Steinberg, saw the centre, which he called Timezone, as an opportunity change people’s perception about arcades.

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