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A husband and wife team are hoping for a national roll out of their VR gaming centres following success at their first venue.

Rachel and Kaiyn Crooks have opened a second Gaming Hideaway in Bishop Auckland, just over a year after opening the inaugural site in Thornaby. The centre, based on Newgate Street in the County Durham town, gives gamers the chance to play the latest console games and virtual reality experiences, including racing car, machine gun and helicopter simulators, slides with rollercoaster experiences and a 360 degree virtual reality ride.

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