Yes, it uses technology very similar to a TV remote and a wireless microphone, not an actual laser. Our systems have been approved for use in the U.S.A., Europe, Canada, and the rest of the world.
Our minimum age requirement is 8 , but we do ask that anyone wanting to play is able to do so without dropping the gun.
Our system does not have a vest, everything is built into the gun. This allows us to do some things that others can't, as well as allow you to do things that others won't. For example, if you want to run, run. We don't understand how you are supposed to play laser tag with that restriction at other locations.
In the United States, no one. We are one of four companies in the world using this gear and the only one in North America.
We range from 11-21 players depending on our system on-site. Due to the constantly changing mobile events, we never guarantee more than 11 rifles in our arena.
Not with our gear. In fact, our guns are accurate to 120 meters (about 425') in full daylight, even further in the dark.