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In 2019, visitors to the Gamescom gaming trade fair in Cologne, Germany were able to try out the latest version of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot. The popular game was a major attraction for fans and gamers alike who were eager to experience its exciting new features.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia has recently announced plans to build the first-ever Dragon Ball Z theme park as part of its Qiddiya project. This massive entertainment venue is set to be a major tourist destination in Riyadh, with over 400 specific attractions including golf courses, theme parks, and hotels. With plans to host millions of visitors annually, the city is part of the kingdom’s efforts to diversify its economy away from oil dependence.

In addition to the theme park, Saudi Arabia has been investing heavily in video games and anime. Collaborations between Japan-based Toei Animation and MiSK, a foundation of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, have resulted in new anime movies. The Saudi Public Investment Fund, a major shareholder in Nintendo, has also shown interest in these industries.

Saudi Arabia’s commitment to diversifying its economy is reflected by its Vision 2030 project which aims for tourism targets of 150 million tourists by 2030. It’s clear that this ambitious goal will require significant investment in infrastructure and marketing campaigns across the globe in order to attract visitors from all over the world.

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