Our Laser Tag League will give your child the opportunity to play a lot of laser tag. The games we play consist of various missions that aim to challenge your child to use strategy and teamwork while incorporating physical activity.
If your child is typically disinterested in organized sports and is falling into habits that include a lack of exercise and anti-social behavior, then our program might be a good fit for your child. Or, maybe your child is looking for a sport that is all inclusive and promotes teamwork and communication like no other sport that exists today… then your search is over.
Our TLTL (Tactical Laser Tag League) is unlike any other organized sport… It taps into the already massive video game industry but adds a level of exercise that most “couch commandos” do not get. We call it “exertainment”. Many of the parents of our middle school players have approached us during a league season expressing their excitement that our program has gotten their kids off the couch, and away from FORTNITE and Call of Duty… allowing them to play with their peers and get some much-needed exercise. With childhood obesity on the rise, and the interest in organized sports on the decline… there has never been a better time for us to introduce a new exciting option that overcomes the challenges needed to attract players into our programs.
We learned a lot in our first season of Laser Tag League and just like the video games, we have made a few changes to our league to improve the experience.
First, We have reduced the number of players in a session to 20 players which means 4 teams instead of 5 teams. This ensures that all players will get more playing time even though we have shortened the session to 90 minutes. We have optimized transitions to maximize play time. We will also be using Callsign accounts this season which will allow players to view their game statistics from their phones at the field or at home.
Each laser tag team will be made up of 4-5 players depending on the number of total registrations in the league. Teams will stay together over the entire season. Teams will receive currency each week that each team can use to upgrade their taggers or purchase other advantages for each match. Teams must budget and plan how they would like to spend their currency during the session.