Despite lockdown disruption, laser tag forges on.

Laser tag

LASER tag is a sector of the industry that holds a special place in the hearts of those both young and young at heart.

It provides a fun, group-based activity for players of all ages, and would, under normal circumstances, be a lucrative anchor attraction for any number of FECs worldwide. The pandemic, however, has completely stifled out-of-home entertainment; the majority of the FEC-going masses worldwide have been kept indoors for the best part of two years, content only with solitary activities like home gaming/streaming services, with socialising taking the form of video calls.

The demand for a day out should now, theoretically, be sky high, but the damage done to a sector so heavily reliant on foot traffic could be insurmountable.

Read the full article in the September issue of InterGame

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