2015 was the best on record for laser tag system maker Laserforce, with over 60 high-end laser tag projects completed. The firm reported that this was the most business it’s seen in its 28-year history, with operators from Europe, North America, Asia and Australia installing Laserforce equipment in everything from stand-alone laser tag locations to massive entertainment centers.
“I believe our stellar company performance is a testament to our robust laser tag equipment and the best team in the industry,” said Len Kelly, company founder and owner of what he boasts is the world’s longest-running laser tag site (in Brisbane, Australia).
Some of that equipment includes new offerings from 2015: a massive update to player achievements tracked worldwide through the firm’s website (www.iplaylaserforce.com), Facebook integration of stats, and “Beacons” (interactive, digital modules that can be tagged and captured by opposing teams, offer power-ups and, according to its website, configured into ‘an infinite number of gameplay combinations and possibilities’).
This year, they’ve already released two new key products: LED vest racks and self-registration functionality through player kiosks. Both of these new offerings, they say, were developed with the feedback of customers in mind. “Our product development cycle lets us constantly put new revenue-generating features in the hands of our operators,” said Chief of Global Operations Jeff Willy. “There are some very exciting things in our pipeline that we think our customers are going to love.”
The company advised that nearly 20 new sites are scheduled to come online with Laserforce equipment in early 2016. For more information on the company, visit www.laserforcetag.com.