Benjamin Baker, an avid laser tag enthusiast, and also co-owner of Laserzone Brisbane, came up with a Kickstarter project to fund a documentary on the 2014 World Championships in Australia.
Ben along with many other hardcore players believe that laser tag is more then just an entertainment product, they believe is a great sporting event that keeps young people who do not play traditional sports active. Laser tag teaches everything that traditional sports do in a less intimidating environment. While playing laser tag you learn about sacrifice, team work, mental strategies, discipline, competition, and sportsmanship the same way you do on a football field or basketball court, but unlike those sports laser tag is a no contact sport.
Ben's project exceeded the goal on Kickstarter reaching over $10,000.00. The Laser Tag Museum was proud to back the project as it helped to globalize knowledge of the laser tag industry, by backing we received one shirt and a copy of the 2014 Nationals Documentary.
When Ben came to the U.S. he brought with him some goodies from Australia:
Zone Laser Tag Australian Championships 2016 Bag
Zone Laser Tag Australian Championships 2016 Play Card
Zone Laser Tag Australian Championships 2016 Shirt
Zone Laser Tag Australian Championships 2014 Shirt
Shirt only given to Kickstarter Backers who backed the 2014 Laser Tag Documentary Project
The 2014 World Championships Full Documentary
The Laser Tag Museum would like to thank Benjamin Baker for his donations and commitment to spreading the joy one can get from playing laser tag.