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Wanna play laser tag in office? This Mumbai-based startup is here to help

5 1 19

Bootstrapped startup GameGarage converts spaces into laser tag arenas for corporate events and individual parties, and aims to strengthen team-building skills and leadership abilities in a fun setting.

Fire away at your friends with guns - formulate strategies and ace the wargames to take your team to victory - only, no one here gets hurt (except maybe the losing team's ego) for the guns fire infrared beams that hit infrared sensitive targets worn by players.

While Laser Tag arenas are elaborately built spaces, what if you could play it anywhere?

To help physical gaming make a comeback, 34-year-old Himani Ladsariya started GameGarage that offers mobile laser tag events and setups.

Laser tag is usually played by two teams and anyone between the age of 7 and 60 years can play the game. These games may be as challenging, but the fun-filled environment creates the vibe of a party game.

Himani, who worked for Lehman Brothers, had earlier co-founded Moyyer Research, a platform to evaluate unlisted equities.

“While studying in the US, I played laser tag with friends and really enjoyed it. It was a fun and engaging team sport. After coming to India, I was exploring options to start something on my own. That’s when I started researching laser tag and its feasibility with respect to Indian markets,” Himani says.

So, late last year, she started GameGarage. Himani roped in her relative, Meeth Shaah, who worked for real estate firm Anarock and currently handles sales and marketing for GameGarage. Lancy Paul, Himani's gym instructor, currently runs operations for all their........

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