1. A racing arcade game released by Sega in 1994. Daytona USA took the groundwork laid by Sega in their 1992 release Virtua Racing and built upon it, with the smoothest graphics yet seen in a racing game at the time. The game was also a huge leap forward in multiplayer, with the possibility of linking four twin cabinets, or eight deluxe cabinets, to create a massive eight player competition. Deluxe cabinets also contained a camera attached just above the coinslots pointing towards the drivers seat, which could be linked to a television to show the player's facial expressions on a separate screen. Daytona USA also features a critically acclaimed soundtrack, in addition to drift-friendly handling. These points make it accessible as well as incredibly fun to play.
Daytona USA is the single highest grossing arcade game ever made; no game since has come close to selling as many units or receiving as much income for arcade owners
2. An interactive motorsports attraction located at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Opened July 1996
Visitors are able to call the end of a famous NASCAR race in the Speed Channel "You call the race" exhibit, experience an IMAX theater, "race" in an EA Sports racing simulator, and various other simulators.
The winning car from the Daytona 500 is displayed for the next year at Daytona USA.
1. Arcade Fan 1: Want to play Daytona USA?
Arcade Fan 2: Sure
2. 1. Nascar Fan 1: Want to visit Daytona USA?
Nascar Fan 2: Sure