Indian metaverse ventures plans to enter UAE in the midst of Dubai’s high-decibel campaign

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Indian metaverse ventures are finalising plans to enter the UAE market, with ambitious plans to expand into the larger Middle East market, in the midst of Dubai’s high-decibel campaign to become a metaverse hub.

The latest to decide to enter the UAE is Delhi-based XR Central, which specialises in technology creation for various industries and has long-term growth plans in the region. “We know for a fact that the UAE – and the larger Middle East – will be one of the largest markets for metaverse,” Anshul Agarwal, co-founder and director of XR Central, told Arabian Business.

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Indian metaverse ventures plans to enter UAE in the midst of Dubai’s high-decibel campaign

Indian metaverse ventures are finalising plans to enter the UAE market, with ambitious plans to expand into the larger Middle East market, in the midst of Dubai’s high-decibel campaign to become a metaverse hub.

The latest to decide to enter the UAE is Delhi-based XR Central, which specialises in technology creation for various industries and has long-term growth plans in the region. “We know for a fact that the UAE – and the larger Middle East – will be one of the largest markets for metaverse,” Anshul Agarwal, co-founder and director of XR Central, told Arabian Business.

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