Sterling, VA (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
Sudden Combat today announced the opening of Northern Virginia’s first extreme tactical laser tag multi-arena. The Sudden Combat multi-arena provides a scenario gaming experience powered by the iCombat / irTactical system; the newest and most advanced projectile-less training platform currently deployed with law enforcement, the F.B.I., the U.S. Army, and tactical training academies around the world. Sudden Combat will be able to entertain a multitude of demographics from pre-teens, teens, adults, gamers, law enforcement professionals, and shooting instructors. Sudden Combat is located at The Sterling Business Park near Rebounderz Sterling and will open to the public on August 9, 2013.
“We are excited to bring this type of scenario gaming, previously only available to professional organizations, to the consumer market”, said Katherine Webster, Owner of Sudden Combat. “Players will get a realistic close combat tactical experience in a variety of game formats that you can not get anywhere else in Northern Virginia.”
The 15,000 square foot facility will include four professionally themed gaming arenas, Reball, and mobile options. There will be many options for open skirmish, birthday parties, corporate events, Reball, and training for professionals. The arenas are designed to challenge participants to use mental skills to employ tactics and coordinate team efforts to complete the mission.
For more information, visit: http://suddencombat.com.
About Sudden Combat
Sudden Combat is locally owned and operated in the business friendly Northern Virginia/Loudoun County area by Katherine Webster and Tina West.
Katherine Webster is the owner of Rebounderz Sterling and CEO of B&N, W & W Educators. Katherine resides in the Northern Virginia area.
Tina West is owner of Rebounderz Sterling and CFO of B&N, W & W Educators. In the past, she has worked in varying capacities with Barnett Bank and currently resides in Port Orange, Florida.