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Wednesday, 22 May 2019
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Corporate Overview

TKA Amusement (S) Pte Ltd was incorporated in July 1999 to operate the Amusement Centre located within Bugis Junction, a prime shopping location and tourist spot. Within a year of taking over, our ability to bring forth the latest video and simulation game machines direct from the various world renowned developers, turned the arcade ''VIRTUALAND'' into one of the most preferred arcades in Singapore. Following this success, we began expanding our operations in Singapore full force by opening and acquiring another 8 locations within a period of 1 year. This includes taking over of Amusement Centres of Star Factory / Fun Factory and LAN Center of Ken Air & Wywy in prime locations throughtout Singapore.

Principal Activities:

  • Amusement Centres Operations
  • Computer LAN Gaming Operations
  • Trading & Leasing of Amusement Machines
  • Gaming Events & Tournaments
  • Development & Repair of Amusement Machines





Amusement Centres: 11 (Singapore)

Annual Turnover: SGD 10 Million

Market Share: 30%

Exclusive Dealership:

Our Philosophy


To become the most preferred arcade amusement and family entertainment centre in the region.

Mission Statement

To provide a leisure place where gamers and families could forgather together to experience arcade amusement and family entertainment par excellence.

Our Team


TKA is committed to make a difference by providing prompt customer and technical support which are cardinal ingredients in our winning formula. TKA's staffs go above and beyond to take care of our customers and make every gaming experience outstanding.

Our Centre Supervisor manages the operations, staffs and feedback of customers in the centre.

Our Service Assistants are always ready nearby to provide assistance to any gamers who encounter problems with the game machines.

Our Technicians keep all the machines in tip-top conditions. They are responsible in machines repair, maintenance, set-up & configuration.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 November 2009 17:45