half the price of our competitors
works in all weathers
scoring application for free
operators in 90 counties
60 business operators In the US
What laser tag business is?
In most cases, this business includes holding activities for children's birthday parties, corporate events, school holidays, summer camps and scouting organizations, fundraisers, etc.
It works simply, you have laser tag equipment (about $5500 worth) -> you get people together or organize an event -> they pay you money to play (about $300 per game session).
First of all, it is a perfect business that can be run alone or in conjunction with other types of entertainment, so it will be a great addition to your existing Family Entertainment Center, game truck, inflatable bounce houses or other attractions, and even for a martial arts club or self-defense training, and so on. It is suitable for all ages; you can hold events outside as well as in a specially created arena. You can have a specific place to play games or go out to the customer’s location and use our gear as a mobile laser tag equipment unit.
Key advantages of laser tag as a business
1. It is a bargain for the money because a dozen-player set of equipment costs starting from $5,500 and pays back in a matter of months.
2. it's safe because laser tag uses not the actual lasers but infrared beams, just like the ones in your TV remote;
no BB’s, pellets ⇒ no kinetic energy ⇒ no injuries ⇒ no need for protective clothing and expensive insurance.
3. It's not age-specific, so it's accessible to both seniors, adults, teenagers, and children.
4. It's fun and trendy. It's a sport-alike activity with a lot of positive vibes that can be played year-round, so customers will come back to you time and time again
See all the benefits of a laser tag business here >>>
What is laser tag equipment?
The commercial laser tag equipment usually includes:
• player kit, which is tagger + player hit sensors (headband or vest or both). The tagger ‘fires’ infrared beams, while the sensors register hits to the player
• additional equipment, such as player revival kits, control points that players can capture and defend, remote controllers for game managers, and software for scoring and setting up game kits before or during the game
Why is our equipment better?
• our professional equipment is 2-3 times cheaper than that of our competitors
• only our product line includes 100+ (from SciFi to similar to the real military or historical models of "guns") types of laser tag guns and 50+ auxiliary devices for the game
• it works in a wide range of temperatures and in all weathers.
• we do not charge for our software, we provide fast support, having service centers and a large community of operators.
Indoor vs outdoor laser tag
There are two types of laser tag, indoors and outdoors.
Outdoors and indoors (arena) laser tag differ only by the location where events take place and the looks of the laser tag gear.
Indoor laser tag is played in a specially outfitted (with sound and light effects) arena, which in a high passing traffic place, like a shopping mall or family entertainment center. Players use taggers similar to sci-fi blasters and vests featuring built-in hit sensors. Each game ends with a big screen display of individual player statistics.
In most cases, outdoor laser tag is carried out in the bush, and operators primarily use realistic laser tag equipment as a mobile hub, and headbands are used as hit sensors. However, there are no fixed rules here.
Laserwar produces mobile outdoor laser tag equipment which can also be used for arena games. The outdoorness of the equipment is simply a matter of a larger temperature range and all-weather capability.
Basic laser tag set
Where do you start your laser tag business? You would certainly want to purchase a basic set that can be used for event management. In order to have robust gameplay, you need two teams of 4-6 persons, so the recommended basic laser tag set consists of
• 12 laser tag player sets (tagger + headband), which is perfect considering our promotion of getting 2 free laser tag player sets for every 10 paid-for ones.
• 2 ‘respawn’ devices for each of the teams.
• 1 control point type device that the teams will be competing for (that will also extend the number of possible scenarios you would be able to conduct from common ‘team deathmatch’ and ‘free-for-all’ to ‘capture-the-flag’ and/or ‘domination’/team-centered ‘king of the hill’).
• Scoring software, which we present for life on a free-of-charge basis to all operators.