Code Of Conduct

IF UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT OR GUARDIAN PRESENT TO SIGN A WAVER

 
 
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS PLEASE READ THE CODE OF CONDUCT.
 
 

• NO BLIND FIRING

Sticking the tagger around or above obstacles without looking where you are firing.

• NO SPAWN CAMPING

Hiding by the opposite team’s re-spawn station and tagging them as they are coming out of the station.

• NO RUNNING

Absolutely no running in the arena, if you are caught you will be removed from the game.

• NO CLIMBING

Do not jump or climb over at any time. You will be disqualified and removed from the game if found climbing, jumping, or destroying the obstacles/structures and will not receive a refund.

• NO LAYING DOWN ON THE FLOOR

Laying on the floor is not permitted. Players might not see you and trip causing injury.

• DEAD MAN DOESN’T TALK

If you are eliminated, you can not tell your team mates the position of the other team. If so, both you and informed team mate will be removed immediately from the game.

• SENSOR MUST BE ATTACHED

A sensor that fails or is pulled off must be put back on immediately. While the sensor is not worn, the player is not allowed to use his/her tagger. If the sensor has a malfunction, please notify a referee immediately so that it can be fixed.

• NO PHYSICAL CONTACT

Inappropriate physical contact is not allowed at any time.

 
 
 
KNOW AND RESPECT THE BATTLE GROUND COMMANDER
 
 
 

The Battle ground commander will have the authority of each mission. Not complying to Arena Marshall can result into disqualifying yourself and removed from the game.

• BE RESPECTFUL TO ALL YOUR FELLOW PLAYERS

Be courteous of all players. Profanity will not be tolerated. You will be removed from the game.

• LASER TAG IS A GAME

Just have fun.

• NO SURRENDER LASER TAG IS A TEAM SPORT

Again just have fun…

 
 
 
EQUIPMENT RULES
 
  • Taggers are never to leave the the armory and arena facility.

  • Tagger are used for the game and should never be pointed at anyone unless during actual game play in the arena.

  • Always hold taggers with two hands at all time in game play.

  • Do not rest any part of the tagger on the ground, obstacle, or structures.

  • No pressing barrels into the ground.

  • No diving on top of taggers.

  • Sensors must be attach at all time to taggers during game play.

  • Sensors must be visible at all time.