Smaaash Arcade has a 40,000 square-foot space that features a multi-level go-kart track, virtual reality gaming and a lot of fun.

According to the Star Tribune, CEO Keshav Baljee and co-founder Shripal Morakhia, spent $12 million to build Smaaash and signed a nine year lease. This also means that it is the first time the entire fourth floor has been fully leased in years.

This is the first U.S. location for the company as it was founded in 2012 in Mumbai. I have never been more excited for an arcade since Grand Slam was opened in Canal Park. I'm super excited to see how this arcade turns out and I hope it stays.

The arcade opens up tomorrow (Tuesday December, 20th) and the Mall hopes it will make people visit the fourth floor. Let me know what you think of the big arcade in the comments below.