Today, Riot Games and Secret Cinema announced a partnership to bring an immersive experience for Arcane – coming exclusively to Los Angeles beginning November 21st, 2021. Based on the globally renowned universe of League of Legends, Arcane is Secret Cinema’s first-ever gaming experience.
Gaming and in-person entertainment will collide this November via a real-life narrative experience themed to the hotly-anticipated television series Arcane, which premieres on Netflix on November 6th, 2021.
Tickets officially go on sale to the public this Thursday, October 14th at 12pm PT.
Riot Games and Secret Cinema will immerse players directly into the world of Arcane. Equipped with bespoke backstories and missions, the line between actors and audience will be truly blurred as players explore the dark and dangerous underworld and encounter its inhabitants—the strange, the sinister, and sometimes even the friendly. Players will undertake perilous missions, evade the Piltover Enforcers, survive, and thrive, with each choice impacting how the story ends.
Tickets go on sale October 14th, 2021, at 12pm (PDT), with prices starting from $70 + booking fees. Fans can register their interest for tickets now with the experience opening on November 21st, 2021, for a limited run. Riot Games and Secret Cinema fans can purchase early access tickets via presale on October 13th at 12pm (PDT).
The Secret Cinema Presents Arcane experience is the latest endeavor in Riot Games’ effort to craft a global celebration for gamers and fans of the League of Legends IP for the launch of Arcane. Players will be at the center of a first-of-its-kind launch experience, blending entertainment, competition, and community in a whole new way.
Originally rooted in bringing films to life through 360° experiences in London, Secret Cinema has continued to immerse audiences in the heart of much-loved storylines from Moulin Rouge, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Blade Runner, Casino Royale, and many more, with the latter becoming the brand’s first international show in Shanghai in 2019.