NO physical contact is allowed. All players
must remain a minimum of six (6) feet away from any opposing players
at all times.
No behavior is allowed that could cause injury or
harm to any person.
Laser Sports USA is a non-contact sporting event,
do not take any action that may harm yourself or others on or off
the field of play. You will also take no action to cause harm or
damage to any property or equipment belonging to Laser Sports USA.
No one is to use their taggers before the whistle is
blown. When the Start Game Whistle sounds, you may then pull
your trigger and begin the 5 second countdown. Only after this
countdown is complete will your tagger be active in game.
All players will cease using their taggers at the end
of each game.
In general, no person may move more than 5 feet from
the team bases before the start of a game.
The mission Start and End will be marked by a single, long
sounding of the referee’s whistle.
Normally each person starts with
thirty (30) Hits, or ‘lives’. If you are hit enough times to
bring your total Hits to zero (0), then you have been eliminated
from play and must immediately leave the game field by the safest
route and return to the Staging Area marked by the orange cones.
Once out of the game you are allowed to assist team
mates by spoken word, but only when standing in the Staging Area.
Laser Sports USA reserves the right to reorganize
team size and order, or refuse participation at any time during an
Every participant MUST complete and sign a copy of
the Laser Sports USA Release and Waiver of Liability before being
issued any gear or equipment, to show that you are fully aware of
the risks of laser tag play and that you play at your own risk.
NO real weapons, hazardous materials, or illegal
substances or alcoholic beverages are allowed near or on the field
of play at any Drop Zone Laser Tag event.
No one is to leave the area of play while still in
possession of any Laser Sports USA equipment or property.
If you encounter a member of the public on the play
field, ask them to step off the play field, then contact a referee