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Join the VR Movement: Exclusive Investment Opportunity with VirZOOM

Drive the next wave of VR innovation, transforming everyday fitness routines into fun adventures and opening new horizons in virtual exploration. Join us in revolutionizing how we play, exercise, and interact with digital worlds by becoming a VirZOOM shareholder.

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*Actual Minimum Investment is $1,019.92 when including 1.5% investor fee.

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*This minimum includes a 3% investor transaction fee.

Our Team Knows How to Make Hits

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Rock Band game logo.
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Proven Market Demand For Our VR


Lifetime active users as of May 2024
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Collaborated to develop FLY

Early-Stage Growth Potential

Graph depicting the rise of the US virtual fitness market in recent years.

Source: Grand View Research: Virtual Fitness Market Report

"You've solved the problem of moving through virtual worlds!"
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John Riccitiello
Former Unity Software CEO


Pioneering the Future of VR Fitness and Gaming

We harness the power of virtual reality to transform physical movement into an addictive gaming experience. With products like VZfit and FLY, we offer immersive VR experiences that combine the thrill of exploration with the benefits of physical exercise, catering to a wide audience seeking fun, engaging ways to stay active. It’s all made possible by our patented motion control technology that allows players to move naturally and freely through open worlds.


Proven Success: $3M+ in Sales

VirZOOM secured a major development grant from Meta, partnered with Google, and generated over $3M in revenue¹. With 966,586 lifetime installs as of 2024 and a continuously growing user base, our innovative VR solutions have proven their market appeal and scalability.


Introducing FLY: The Next Frontier in VR Exploration

FLY, VirZOOM's groundbreaking VR app, propels the company into new markets by enabling users to explore the world with motion-controlled flight over Google's 3D earth imagery. FLY, already available on Meta Quest, can be ported to other major VR platforms that Unity supports, including Apple Vision Pro, and Samsung MR. FLY broadens our appeal to include explorers, gamers, and learners. Our new games will range from downhill skiing to arena battles, offering something for everyone. With the launch of FLY and new games, we aim to achieve $500M ARR by 2030³ to solidify our market leadership.

Market Opportunity

Riding the Wave of VR and MR Market Expansion

The VR and MR markets are projected to grow explosively. Forecasts project 250% growth in VR adoption by 2028. Your investment helps us capitalize on this growth opportunity. Capital will be allocated towards innovation, marketing, and scaling our operations, aiming to achieve $500M ARR by 2030³ and solidify our market leadership.

Bar chart showing % of people who use augmented reality in 2024, and the projection increase for 2028.

Source: IDC Forecasts Robust Growth for AR/VR Headset Shipments Fueled by the Rise of Mixed Reality

A person riding a bike on a road with a large wheel in an Augmented and Virtual reality game.

Our Revenue Model

VirZOOM operates on a dual-revenue model, combining subscription services with pay-per-download offerings. This approach not only ensures a steady revenue stream but also aligns with our mission to make VR fitness and gaming accessible to a diverse user base, enhancing customer engagement and satisfaction.

Exit Potential

Strategic Pathways to Maximize Investor Returns

Our exit strategy encompasses both short-term and long-term pathways, including potential acquisition by a targeted tech giant such as Apple, Meta, or Google, or through establishing partnerships with leading game publishers. This strategy is designed to leverage our innovative technology and market position to reward shareholders.


Get Investor Exclusive Benefits

As an early investor in VirZOOM, you’re eligible for exclusive benefits. We also want investors like you to experience our innovations for yourself. All investors get a free FLY download and lifetime VZfit membership. Plus you're eligible for bonus stock in VirZOOM.

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Time-Based Bonus Shares

June 2024
Eligible for 15% Bonus Shares 
July 2024
Eligible for 10% Bonus Shares 
August 2024
Elligible for 5% Bonus Shares 

Time-based Perks begin on the day this offering is launched (the “Launch Date”) through 11:59 pm Eastern Daylight Time (“EDT”) on the final day of the month listed (03:59 am Coordinated Universal Time (“UTC”) on the 1st day of the next month).The next monthly period begins on the end of the previous monthly period, until the final month, which will end on the last day of the month at 11:59 pm EDT (03:59 am UTC on the 1st day of the next month).

Investments must be funded before the end of a time-based perk deadline in order to qualify for the perk.

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Meet the Visionaries Behind VirZOOM

At the heart of VirZOOM's success is a dynamic team of innovators, engineers, and industry veterans with a shared passion for transforming the virtual reality landscape. Our leadership combines 175 years of game design experience with a deep expertise in VR development, bringing to life products that fuse fun with physical fitness.

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Eric Janszen
Co-Founder & CEO

Currently Co-Founder & CEO of VirZOOM, hyperkinetic virtual reality games for fun and fitness. Executive technology industry background in systems software engineering, product marketing, and sales. CEO of two venture-backed companies, EIR Trident Capital and Managing Director Osborn Capital. Osborn Capital achieved nine liquidity events out of 20 investments, including two IPOs and acquisitions by Cisco, Nortel, Microsoft, and EMC. As CEO of two VC-backed companies, Published author in Economics and Finance including Portfolio Penguin, Harper’s Magazine, and Harvard Business Review. Data-over-Audio patent inventor.

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Eric Malafeew
Co-Founder & CTO

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Master’s Degree Mechanical Engineering and B.S. Mechanical Engineering Virginia Tech. Over 25 years in the video games industry and 5 years in military simulations and robotics. At Harmonix contributed as technical director or lead systems programmer to major title successes including Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Dance Central, and Amplitude. Coded networked cockpit and dynamics simulations of tanks, jets, and helicopters for Lockheed Martin Advanced Simulation. Research fellow at MIT Draper Lab responsible for sensor integration and control systems for Lunar and Mars prototype rovers on NASA grants. As Co-founder of VirZOOM, recruited a highly experienced team of game and sensor developers to revolutionize stationary biking with the power of VR.

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Jason Warburg
Chief Product Officer

B.S. in Computer and Systems Engineering from Boston University with 19 years in video games industry, including quality assurance, build engineering, level design, technical artist and producer on highly successful titles from Guitar Hero to Rock Band. As CPO, responsible for all aspects of product development and strategy.

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Robert Collins
Chief Operations Officer

Responsible for brandand product marketing with a focus on maximizing customer acquisition, engagement and retention. Improves brand through recognition, data driven process implementation, and a customer first approach to service, support, and community management.


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