Following the restrictions issued by the Government of Quebec on March 15th, MontVR has to close doors until until further notice. Participate in our "50% for the cause" campaign, which will donate 50% of all revenues from gift cards sold until the day we reopen to Sainte-Justine Hospital. Or see our new offerings below for VR at home.
The MontVR entertainment centres were created by two entrepreneurs with a passion for VR and technology. They founded a company with a simple mission: spread the VR gospel to the general population. The first MontVR centre opened its doors on St-Denis street in Montreal in January 2017. The increasing popularity of virtual reality then allowed the company to expand to multiple other regions in Quebec.
Aside from its VR centres, MontVR offers VR equipment rental services. Through this department, the company has already brought the VR experience to events like MUTEK, the Festival du Nouveau Cinemas, and countless others.
MontVR wishes to contribute to Montreal’s reputation as a high-tech, innovative city. We are proud to be part of those making virtual reality a… reality!
MontVR opens in Sherbrooke
MontVR opens at Centropolis in Laval
MontVR opens at Place de la Cité in Québec city
MontVR opens at DIX30 in Brossard
Partnership with MUTEK Festival 2018
Video report about MontVR on CTV News (link)
MontVR opens at Place Alexis Nihon in Montreal
Partnership with HUB Montreal 2017 (first edition)
Partnership with the Montreal International Documentary Festival 2017 (RIDM)
MontVR on the Denis Talbot show (in french) (link)
Partnership with Les Journées de la Culture 2017 (link)
MontVR opens in Trois-Rivières
Partnership with Fantasia Festival 2017 (link)
Segment by Catherine Pogonat, Judith Lussier et Fred Bastien (link)
Planet Techno episode (link)
Radio interview by Fabien Charles (link)
Article written by Fabien Charles (link)
MontVR opens on Saint-Denis street in Montréal
Article written by Frédéric Laroche (link)
Article written by Dominique Cambron-Goulet (link)
Video interview by Dominique Cambron-Goulet (link)
Article written by Caroline Lévesque (link)
Partnership with MUTEK Festival 2017