GSDI France dressed a livery in the colours of the famous manga "Dragon Ball Z" on the occasion of a Yes GO operation. A design that will allow travellers to live an experience in augmented reality!
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Gare de Lyon welcomed the first train OUIGO dressed in the colors of Dragon Ball! On the occasion of the release of the feature film Dragon Ball Super - Broly at the cinema on March 13th, the BANDAI company celebrates the Super Saïyen through this exceptional device. On the arrival on the platform of the Gare de Lyon, the Dragon Ball train did not go unnoticed.
From February 24, travellers will be able to board OUIGO trains dressed in the colours of Dragon Ball for an exceptional ride. More than 30,000 people are expected to travel in these trains that will run for two weeks.
Trains will run between Paris, Marseille, Lyon Saint-Exupery, Marne-la-Vallee, Roissy CDG, Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, Lille Flanders, Toulon, Nice, Antibes, Cannes, Saint-Raphael and Nice. On February 27th only, BANDAI NAMCO Group and OUIGO will offer their travellers the opportunity to play and participate in a tournament around the now famous DRAGON BALL Fighters video game in one of the central train sets of the 7:07 train departing from Paris Gare de Lyon. (Paris / Nice, round trip). A key, his journey by train to win! BANDAI NAMCO Group will also be celebrating Super Warriors and Dragon Ball Super - Broly 's theatrical release in mid - February by setting up corners dedicated to the intergenerational hero in two distinct locations in the capital during the school holidays.
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