Payscout has partnered with VRLA, the world’s largest immersive and transformative technology expo, to create a VR registration app that enables users to register for the event - and pay for their tickets - in virtual reality. The VRLA registration app is available now through April 30 on the Google Play app store. Download the app today! The experience is worth having whether you’re attending VRLA or not, but if you’re planning to attend and have not yet registered… this is your chance to make history. Here are a few simple steps to complete your registration.
What do you need? An Android mobile device and VR cardboard glasses. Step 1: Find the ‘Payscout VRLA Registration 2018’ app on Google Play store and download it. Step 2: Fill in basic registration details on your app. Step 3: Log into your existing Visa Checkout account or create a new one (don’t worry - this doesn’t take much time at all!) Step 4: Once you have confirmed your registration, the app will prompt you to switch to VR. At this point, place your phone in your cardboard VR headset. Step 5:Turn on the volume, sit back, and enjoy the short video clip. Step 6: Next, you’ll be transported to outer space. Everything is different when there’s no gravity. Do you have what it takes to avoid the obstacles and make it to the VRLA registration booth? Step 7: Phew! That asteroid almost got you, but at least you made it to the VRLA registration booth! Now, pick the pass that best suits your needs (your head movement guides the cursor!) and select your option. Pssst.. there's a special discount on the two-day pass for avoiding that asteroid like a boss! Step 8: Follow the instructions on the screen and complete your transaction by selecting the Visa Checkout button. You’ll receive a confirmation of your registration in 1-2 business days. What’s more, use your confirmation mail to score a free t-shirt at the Payscout booth at VRLA! Hope you had fun registering in virtual reality! We’ll see you in the real world at VRLA on May 4-5!
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