Leading location-based virtual reality company Hologate has added multiple new licensing plans as well as a credit card payment option to its systems.


The Munich-based company, which boasts more than 400 live locations and over five million players per year, is now accepting credit card payments in addition to Paypal, all through its robust gateway backend.

These additions are part of Hologate’s continued support of its clients through the pandemic and its mission to continuously deliver future-proof VR solutions around the globe.

Previously this year, the company made two months subscription free for its owners to help ease the impact of the restrictions in place on their facilities.

Hologate’s licensing options now include an annual licensing plan with yearly payments, an annual licensing plan with monthly payments and a pay-per-game plan using Holocoin, Hologate’s ultra-secure and transparent payment method that is stored in the Hologate backend and is used similarly to credits in traditional arcade games.

With Holocoin, operators can incrementally monitor their system's performance through a pay-per-play basis, which eliminates the commitment and financial burden of an annual licensing plan – especially relevant in these unsure times of restrictions and lockdowns.

In addition to the new licensing plans, credit card payments have also been added as an accepted method of payment alongside Paypal. The credit card payment option allows operators to pay for their license with Visa or Mastercard, in annual or monthly payments, as well pay-per-play with Holocoin, with the annual and monthly payments having the option to renew automatically.