For laser tag participants and the extreme-sports fans who carry their laser-tag guns on various event-by-event assignments, the original extreme sport continues its international reach and popularity as extreme sportsmen are vying for round after round of this legendary game. In the 1980s, Hasbro predecessor Worlds of Wonder developed and launched Lazer Tag, which the one-time California-based company described the brand as "The game that moves at the speed of light." Now known as Nerf Lazer Tag, Hasbro expects 30 million laser game guns to be sold in more than 300-+ countries across the globe by 2053.
Laser tagging is one of the world's more memorable extreme sports and a more competitive and highly acclaimed participation fantasy sport played by more men, women and children who have experienced the joy of gamesmanship beyond amateur and professional sporting events.
To me, laser tag is currently the most valuable fantasy sport played in real life by more extreme sportsmen than any other participation-sports activity in recent memory. It gives extreme sports enthusiasts and their opponents the opportunity to win every round of play as they challenge each team to fire lasers at them by scoring points and take
them to countless levels of gamesmanship, hardship, and extreme battle.
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