New Kinect Game Mat Keeps Game Play In the Zone

Brooklyn, NY - CTA Digital ( launches the Perfect Range Game Mat for a fun motion gaming experience. Millions of Kinect owners are discovering the joys of controller-free gaming, but in all that activity it is easy to become misaligned with the camera and end up outside the gaming zone. The Game Mat has padded protection for your floors and is precisely sized to establish a clear visual guide for an optimal play space when centered at a 4-6 foot distance from the Kinect's camera.

The game mat is of an optimal 55" to 78" size to fit almost any entertainment room, with enough space between each player also helps avoid any possible chances of bumping into each other while playing. Its colorful design delineates 1 and 2 player gaming zones to avoid losing track of where to stand. Even if a player does hop out of sensor range, it's easy to quickly get back into the game with the help of the visual markings.

This mat can be enjoyed with all Kinect games, such as Fighters Uncaged, Dance Central, Kinect Adventures, Your Shape, and Kinectimals. Even while punching, kicking, dancing or bowling; players of all ages will have an instant reminder of their proper play-zones. Made of durable anti-slip material, it reduces noise and gives padded protection to floors and rugs. Once the game session is over, the mat rolls up easily. The package also includes a practical storage bag for the mat.

The  Perfect Range Game Mat is available for pre-order at Amazon ( and other retail outlets. For questions please contact Amna Nadim at

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Lois Eiler

Marketing Associate, CTA Digital, Inc.

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