On 25 May 2018, Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) comes into force, replacing the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive. The GDPR ushers in a new era, unifying data protection rules across Europe, strengthening the Read more…
We’re pleased to announce that in 2017 Zone Membership, our global membership system, reached 50,000 active members. We know people love laser tag, but it’s just great to see this reflected in the number of Read more…
We’ve been listening to our customers! Based on your feedback, ZLTE has re-launched its document-sharing system to make accessing Zone laser tag documents easier. Previously, customers had to log-into the Customer Portal section of the Read more…
Improving the game experience – lockout, friendly fire, good shot feedback and more… The laser tag game is so much more than tag and deactivate. This is especially true when you have a dedicated competitive player-base. Read more…
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