What is EC Tactical?
We defy what one would normally think about when they hear the words “laser tag.” We feature state of the art weapons, indoor arena, and objective-based game play. We’re far closer to a modern video game than traditional laser tag. We offer walk-in play, birthday parties, bachelor(ette) parties, corporate team building, and whatever type of event you can come up with!
Our sensors are lightweight, and are only worn on the head. This combination creates a realistic tactical experience. If you can see someone and shoot them, you’re also capable of being shot. Each of our guns is equipped with red dot sight with unparalleled accuracy. Just place that dot on your enemy’s head sensors and BANG.
Scoring at EC Tactical Lasertag is never based on how many kills you have or how few times you died. You gather points based on how your team performs. You win as a team, or lose as a team. In a typical hour and a half session in our arena, you’ll play between 6 and 8 different missions. With each mission we’ll give your team an objective to accomplish, like capturing crucial med-boxes, dominating areas in the arena, or even arming a bomb and making sure it blows up.
This arena simulates room-to-room, and close quarters combat. Time in this arena is split up into hour and a half sessions consisting of 4-6 different missions. Sessions create a bigger incentive for teamwork, as games are chained together and scores are added up.
close quarters combat?
Fight your way to command the battlefield. Just like real life, those who control the high ground can control the game.
The arena is dotted with rooms and windows that make for perfect sniping spots. Get a good look and pick your shots on your unsuspecting enemies.
Fight your way through, but learn to watch your head. Remember you’re extremely vulnerable. So get ready for some close quarters combat. You’ll have to work to win the mission.
EC Tactical Lasertag has many exciting missions and eye-popping props made exclusively for combat in Chaos City. For example, in Search and Destroy one team must transport a briefcase bomb to a designated area and detonate it. To make matters more complicated, when it’s detonated, they have to fend off hordes of enemy soldiers while they wait for the explosion.