Laser Tag Manufacturers Who Have Donated

The Laser Tag Museum is a collection of laser tag packs, taggers, and other incredible artifacts held in trust and placed on display for any one to visit for free.

Photon Artwork

What makes the Laser Tag Museum even more amazing is how so many laser tag manufacturers and distributors from all over the world have provided laser tag equipment to be displayed.  This donation is often at an expense greater than many would realize.

The following suppliers and single arena builder have contributed to the museum even though many are, or were, competitors with each other.  The owners and key personnel of the companies placed the industry museum over petty politics and competitive desires.  For that, the Laser Tag Museum would like to say "Thank You" to the following 30+ equipment suppliers:

Photon - George Carter
Star Laser Force - Bill Lewis
Vultrek - Graham and Robyn Vickridge-Smith
LaserTrek - David Groos
Delta Strike - Doug Willems
Quasar Elite - Bob Webb
Q-2000 - Steve Jennings
Q-Zar Systems - Sean Evans
Q-Support - Victor Miller
iCombat - Rick Jensen
LaserTag Pro - Aaron Fischer
Battlefield Sports - Nicole Lander
DDTR - Ivy Grcic
Action Tag - Ron Francis
Zone Leisure Technologies - Peter Davis
Zone Laser Tag, Inc - Simon Willetts
P&C Micros - Patrick Holmes
Zone New Zealand - Wayne Cortlett
Zone Russia - Game Vector
Laser Chaser - Andrus Ulyhryk
Laser Mania - Pat Rothwell
Laser Blast - Carla Ewald
Blaster Tag - Ron Leaventhal
Media Vision - Tom Appleton
Deep Forest Productions - Roger Nelson
Phaser Fun - Dan Newman
Laser Quest - Phil Pickersgill
Laser Storm - Dennis Potts
Lazer Runner - Paul Savard
Star Trooper - Pers & Lars Widing
Stunner - Ray Schaffer
Budget Arenas - Lathan Gariess
Ataka Laser Games - Alexander Tarasov
Laser Wars - Алексей Терещенков
X-RAID Laser Game - Cuiseppe Colazzo
Laser Quest International - Tim Aldous
Laser Venture - Jason Watkins
Laser Club -


Check back from time to time as we update this list as more laser tag manufacturers and suppliers create an association of equipment, history, artifacts, and lore on this website.


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