Samsung has announced it will host its first ever VR event at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
The South Korean electronics company is hosting a VR event called “Super Mario Creators” at the event’s VR Lounge, a virtual space that allows players to create a custom Super Mario Bros. themed experience that will be available to the public.
The event will be held at a new venue called the VR Lounge 2, which is located on the second floor of the CES convention center.
The venue will feature a new area where attendees can try out VR demos, games and other experiences, according to Samsung.
The new space will also feature Samsung’s new Gear VR headset, which was announced last year.
The Super Mario Creator VR Lounge will be open to the general public, including companies, schools, universities and companies that work in the virtual reality industry, according the company.
The VR Lounge has a number of different VR experiences that players can create, including a game, a multiplayer shooter and a VR game.
The VR Lounge 1 will be the only VR Lounge that will have an entirely new experience.
“We’ve been working with the Oculus VR team to create this event,” a Samsung representative told the WSJ.
“We have developed a great platform for this experience that is a VR experience with a unique theme and a great team of developers to create the content for it.”
Samsung is also introducing a new VR experience called “Oculus Rift: Super Mario Maker,” which will be playable on the Oculus Rift.
The Super Mario Creator VR Lounge and Oculus Rift: Virtual Tour will be hosted at the Oculus booth, according Samsung.
The Samsung VR Lounge was announced in March 2018, but the company only confirmed the plans for a Super Mario Super Bowl event in 2019 at CES, which took place in February.
Samsung has since announced plans for more VR events, including VR-enabled concerts, a movie theater and other events.
The company also announced its intention to launch a virtual reality game called “Marvel’s Doctor Strange” in 2020.