Paintball or Laser Tag, which do you prefer to play?

Many of our customers ask us which game they should play, either paintball or laser tag. Our response to this is why not try both and see for yourself which you prefer. With many of our customers being repeat visitors to our centre for either paintball or laser tag, we are now seeing many customers booking both games. They both offer great fun in their own way.

Paintball has been around over thirty years and has developed into a global activity where there are even professional players. For the majority of people paintball is a fun day out in the fresh air, with a competitive aspect. With the advent of low impact junior paintball, which uses smaller 50 calibre paintballs it is now much more accessible to all types of people.

The latest Laser Tag equipment is just like what you would use in online gaming. It is a great option for you to try as your first shooting type activity. Laser Tag at Teamforce Swansea has proved to be really popular since we introduced it almost 3 years ago. Laser Tag is now very popular for all sorts of customers. More and more corporate business groups have booked to have some fun whilst building their teamwork skills.

Whichever you want to play, here at Teamforce our goal is to provide our customers with the best experience possible. Whichever you book, or perhaps you will book both, we look forward to providing a great day out for you.

Attack, hide or Run Away?

Lock and load with paintballs, pop that smoke grenade and then…………….?

The age old paintball question does not go away when you are behind a barricade covered in paintball splats. Do I go for the flag in the Castle Zone and win the game for the team, or do I just hide there hoping the other team will run out of ammo? It doesn’t matter which way you cut it, if you are behind this sort of barricade and you are feeling the heat from the other team, make that decision and go for it.

The old saying attack is the best form of defence is often true in our experience at Teamforce Swansea. Ask for covering fire from your team mates, check you are fully loaded with paintballs, pop that smoke grenade to provide some cover and then go for glory. You know you want to!

All the info you need for the 2019 Six Nations!

With everyone’s favorite time of year almost upon us, here are all the upcoming fixtures for the 2019 Six Nations Championship!

Round One

France vs. Wales – Stade de France (Paris) – Friday 1st Feb – 8pm – Available on BBC.

Scotland vs. Italy – Murrayfield (Edinburgh) – Saturday 2nd Feb – 2.15pm – Available on BBC.

Ireland vs. England – Aviva Stadium (Dublin) – Saturday 2nd Feb – 4.45pm – Available on ITV.

Round Two

Scotland vs. Ireland – Murrayfield (Edinburgh) – Saturday 9th Feb – 2.15pm – Available on BBC.

Italy vs. Wales – Stadio Olimpico (Rome) – Saturday 9th Feb – 4.45pm – Available on ITV.

England vs. France – Twickenham (London) – Sunday 10th Feb – 3pm – Available on ITV.

Round Three

France vs. Scotland – Stade de France (Paris) – Saturday 23rd Feb – 2.15pm – Available on BBC.

Wales vs. England – Principality Stadium (Cardiff) – Saturday 23rd Feb – 4.45pm – Available on BBC.

Italy vs. Ireland – Stadio Olimpico (Rome) – Sunday 24th Feb – 3pm – Available on ITV.

Round Four

Scotland vs. Wales – Murrayfield (Edinburgh) – Saturday 9th March – 2.15pm – Available on BBC.

England vs. Italy – Twickenham (London) – Saturday 9th March – 4.45pm – Available on ITV.

Ireland vs. France – Aviva Stadium (Dublin) – Sunday 10th March – 3pm – Available on ITV.

Round Five

Italy vs. France – Stadio Olimpico (Rome) – Saturday 16th March – 12.30pm – Available on ITV.

Wales vs. Ireland – Principality Stadium (Cardiff) – Saturday 16th March – 2.45pm – Available on BBC.

England vs. Scotland – Twickenham (London) – Saturday 16th March – 5pm – Available on ITV.

Now that you have all of the fixtures for the upcoming 2019 Six Nations Championship, why not organise a session of paintball at Teamforce Swansea!

With morning sessions available, you’ll have plenty of time to cover your mates in paintballs before you head to the pub to watch the game!

Click here to book now or call us on 07541512405 for more info!

Top 5 tips for an awesome ambush! | Perfect for our activity days!

Here are our top 5 tips for an awesome ambush – perfect for our Easter half term activity days!

1.Communication is key! – Make sure you know what you’re doing and that your teammates know what the plan of attack is. Have a quick team meeting before the mission starts!

2. Stock Up! – Never ambush the enemy when you don’t have enough ammo! Know your team’s ammo state so you know how much everyone has and how many grenades you can use (Top tip – use a ThunderFlash to signal the ambush or even a BB Grenade!)

3. Position yourselves! – Have every one of your teammates in position – you should already know your team’s numbers so make sure you put an even number of players in each position (Top tip – when defending the castle, don’t forget to position players all around to stop the enemy sneaking up from the side!)

4. Don’t be a sitting duck! – If the enemy spots you, don’t become a sitting duck! Instead, run in a zig-zag to new cover until you are out of their line of sight! (Top tip – before you come to our Easter Half Term Activity days familiarise yourself with our zone maps so you know your way around!)

5. Dress the part! – Finally, make sure you and your teammates are well cammed up so the enemy doesn’t see you before the ambush starts!

Now that you have our top 5 tips for an awesome ambush why not put your skills to the test during our Easter half-term activity days! Find out more about our adventure filled days here!

Father’s Day @ Teamforce Swansea

PBALL Father’s Day is one of those celebrations we always tend to forget about until the very last minute. It doesn’t help matters that the date changes every year. Father’s Day is always on the third Sunday of June, which means there’s no fixed date for it each year.
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