Chief Executive Officer
The History of Laser-Tag
1977 – The Very first Laser-Tag environment was thought up by George Carter III, after watching the Millennium Falcon battle scene in Star Wars (A New Hope). The concept was named Photon, George believed that it would be the sport of the next century and anticipated world wide competitions in much the same way as other major sports. Though not there yet, Laser Tag is still growing world wide.
1982 – Research and Development for Photon started.
1984 – The first Photon Laser Tag Arena opened in Dallas, Texas in March.
1988 – Laser Quest, was established by Phil Pickersgill, Simon James and Nick Brunt.
1988 – Laserforce opened in Australia, this was a Laser-Tag arena and is now the longest running arena, still operating today. Laserforce as a company, go on to make there own equipment and become a big player in the manufacture and distribution of Laser-Tag equipment.
These were the early days of Laser-Tag, over the years the manufacturers of the various products have set up franchise opportunities, distributed to independent operators and generally grown their presence in the entertainment arena.
2003 - Cyber-Zone was created by Shannon & Mary Morgan. To create a safe place for people to enjoy. Over the years, Cyber-Zone has transformed in many ways, always keeping in mind the customers. It is a house hold name across Newfoundland and many other places around the world. Known for its WOW factor and its amazing staff.
2017 - Cyber-Zone Upgraded to a new system and incorporated several new games.
Today – Cyber-Zone is Longest Running Laser Tag operation in Newfoundland. It is A TRUE LASER TAG EXPERIENCE like no other and will continue to offer an amazing experience for everyone.