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Cityneon to Expand Jurassic World Exhibition

Cityneon to Expand Jurassic World Exhibition

GLOBAL–Cityneon Holdings has acquired JP Exhibition for $25 million, securing the IP rights to grow and amplify Jurassic World: The Exhibition tour worldwide.

Jurassic World: The Exhibition is currently available to consumers in Chicago, Ill., at the Field Museum.

GLOBAL–Cityneon Holdings has acquired JP Exhibition for $25 million, securing the IP rights to grow and amplify Jurassic World: The Exhibition tour worldwide.

Since its launch in 2016, Jurassic World: The Exhibition has seen success in both Melbourne, Austrlaia, and Philadelphia, Penn. The Exhibition is currently available to consumers in Chicago, Ill., where it will be on display through early 2018 at the Field Museum.

Furthermore, Jurassic World: The Exhibition is Cityneon’s third IP acquisition associated with a blockbuster movie franchise, following its acquisition of Disney’s Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., which was launched worldwide in seven cities across three continents, and Hasbro’s Transformers Autobot Alliance, which is scheduled to premiere in mainland China later this year.

"We are thrilled to be working on the Jurassic World franchise, and we can't wait to bring this immersive attraction to even more markets around Asia and the rest of the world," says Ron Tan, executive chairman and group chief executive officer, Cityneon Holdings. "To enable Jurassic World: The Exhibition to reach even more people, we will begin to construct a second immersive and similarly unforgettable experience almost immediately."

The sequel to Jurassic WorldJurassic World: Fallen Kingdom–is slated for theatrical release in June 2018.

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