Norwegian Cruise Line will introduce the Wheel of Fortune Interactive game show on 16 of its cruise ships, offering passengers an immersive and engaging experience.
Norwegian Cruise Line, in partnership with Sony Pictures Television and TimePlay Inc., will launch the Wheel of Fortune Interactive game show on 16 of its cruise ships by spring 2024.
The Wheel of Fortune Interactive game show is all set to debut aboard Norwegian Escape, promising passengers an exhilarating entertainment experience on the high seas. Powered by TimePlay’s groundbreaking interactive technology, the game show invites guests to either watch or actively participate from their mobile devices.
Passengers can test their skills and compete against fellow cruisers in real time, vying for a coveted spot on the live leaderboard or a chance to become a contestant on the actual stage.
“We are committed to providing our guests with quality entertainment across their cruise journey,” said Craig Steyn, Norwegian Cruise Line’s VP of Onboard Revenue Operations.
“Our guests will now have the chance to be part of the iconic, Emmy Award-winning Wheel of Fortune game show. Not only will it bring the same excitement from the TV classic, but guests will also have the opportunity to play along for a chance to win some great prizes along the way, including a free cruise!” enthused Steyn in a press release.
Wheel of Fortune Interactive will be offered on 16 NCL ships
The Wheel of Fortune Interactive game show is set to elevate NCL’s onboard entertainment experience, providing passengers with an array of prizes. After its premiere on Norwegian Escape, the interactive game show will be rolled out across 15 additional vessels, including Norwegian Bliss, Breakaway, Dawn, Encore, Epic, Gem, Getaway, Jade, Jewel, Joy, Pearl, Sky, Spirit, Star, and Sun.
“When you combine a powerful brand like Wheel of Fortune with full audience participation, it takes entertainment and engagement to new heights. We are excited to roll out this new innovative experience on NCL’s fleet,” said Aaron Silverberg, SVP of Entertainment at TimePlay.
Suzanne Prete, Executive VP of Gameshows for Sony Pictures Television, shared her enthusiasm for this groundbreaking collaboration. “We’re incredibly excited to jointly launch this experience with Norwegian Cruise Line because it’s the first time that we’ve done a deal for an interactive game of Wheel of Fortune for a cruise ship. It will give us a unique opportunity to expand this beloved brand beyond mobile and grow our dedicated fanbase to include cruise travelers.”
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