Laserforce wins fifth Strike Bowling installation
Laserforce has opened its fifth state-of-the-art laser tag facility within Australia's largest privately owned bowling chain, Strike Bowling.
Strike bowling currently owns 12 boutique bowling bars throughout the country, providing customers with a high end bowling experience and sophisticated bar atmosphere.
Len Kelly, founder of Laserforce, said: "I am exceptionally pleased in the way Laserforce has been able to sync in with Strike Bowling's needs. They asked for a robust laser tag system, that was easy to use but had all the advanced features to keep their customers wanting more. It's exactly what we gave them."
Sam Milionis, infrastructure and development manager of the Strike Bowling chain, added: "The equipment has been put under significant demand and has shone through. It has proven the correct decision to switch to the Laserforce equipment."
The best-known children’s adult-play attraction, Kidzania, opened its 19th location on Thursday of last week.
Britain had 1,522 adult gaming centres (AGCs) as at March 31, 2015, compared with 2,103 at the same stage of 2011, reports the Gambling Commission in its annual report.
Switch Bowling has introduced several new features for its scoring system.
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