Indoor fields

The main requirements for setting one up includes staff that have experience in such dealings or know how to work such an operation and how to take care of daily events, a good game site – weather and animals along with residences nearby have to be taken into consideration and the equipment being used should not be faulty as, if a paintball gun were to go off on a person less than a foot away major injuries can take place.

Your major upside apart from being able to be sheltered from the weather is that your field is operational on any day at any time. People can come and play after work in the middle of the night as the lighting is controlled indoors. You can also have a café with a view of the field (the café can be on a higher floor so players or people who aren’t playing can sit upstairs and watch the game can rest or have a bite.

Your major upside apart from being able to be sheltered from the weather is that your field is operational on any day at any time. People can come and play after work in the middle of the night as the lighting is controlled indoors. You can also have a café with a view of the field (the café can be on a higher floor so players or people who aren’t playing can sit upstairs and watch the game can rest or have a bite.

You need fire exits, you should check with your local fire department how many are mandatory for your site, fire alarm systems, fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems, washrooms, changing rooms (the washrooms and changing rooms can be joined), if providing food, you should make sure the health departments requirements are met, air conditioners and you should check with the government if there are any signs that have to be put up (no smoking).

If you’re planning on changing the scenery outside the building you should check with your landlord and if any permits are required. The flooring of your field should be thought out. Cement isn’t suitable as it’s slippery. You should try and get rubber granulated flooring or a carpet of artificial grass. You will need to make sure it’s cleaned on a continuous basis (check with your supplier)

The velocity of the guns should be lower as indoor fields tend to be smaller and encourage closer shooting. You should make sure there is extra padding or gear that can absorb the impact as there is a higher chance of being bruised.

Game time

Indoor fields being smaller, tend to have quicker games. This usually means that the amount of time a customer spends at a field is shorter as they finish their games faster.

Area for viewing

Friends of participants or people who aren’t playing should have an area where they can sit and watch the game in play. As mentioned before there can be a café where they can sit and get a bite to eat while waiting.

Sources:

How Do You Do Paintball? An In-Depth Look at a Profitable Business Opportunity by Ross Alexander
http://paintball.about.com/od/gametypes/Different_Types_of_Paintball_Games.htm
http://www.paintball-tips-and-tricks.com/paintball-blog.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paintball

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