The van - a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter - seats 12 players inside and houses three 50-inch TV screens with surround-sound stereo systems. An additional two screens built into the outside of the van accommodate eight more people. In addition to playing popular video games like Guitar Hero, Halo and Mario Bros., people can request football parties with NFL-themed games.
According to Levis, the chance to operate a family business motivated him to invest in the franchise in October. While Levis declined to provide his initial investment, the parent company says franchise owners can expect to spend $85,000 to $210,000, depending on which vehicle they choose, and the options. Other vehicles in the Games2U fleet include a 32-foot-long gooseneck tractor-trailer and a smaller van with a portable tent.