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Your Battlefield Business, Networking Event a Real Humdinger

Networking Event a Real Humdinger

The UK/EU Networking Event closed last week in Birmingham and it was a real humdinger.

The Networking Event held at Coleshill Inn was well attended from battlefield business operators from across both the United Kingdom and Europe.

The event featured interactive seminars facilitated by Nicole Lander and Peter Lander founders of Battlefield Sports. The event also featured a Case Study from the longest running battlefield in the UK by David and Lisa Pointin.

These battlefield entrepreneurs explained how they have used the Battlefield Sports gear to help build their battlefield business.

One of the highlights was a focus group session with battlefield operators giving their input on features for SATR 2.0.

The event, drew together owners of live gaming parks, indoor arena operators, transportable attraction managers, and battlefield entrepreneurs from all over the UK and EU.

The one-day event had hands-on live games, Live-Play development, the latest SATR innovations (including a briefing on the new version 1.65), battlefield business and technology, and the low-down on social media.

The battlefield business community is growing.

What with the new www.BattlefieldLIVE.com  web portal launch and there was a real excitement to work together, across counties, even across countries.

Powerpoint Presentations from the Networking Event

As promised here are the powerpoint presentations from the Networking Event:

  • UK Networking Event, click here
  • Success Factors, click here

average age of gamersAverage Age of Gamers at Battlefields

One of the interesting things that came out of the Networking Event was the average age of gamers. Very few said their average age of player was only 6 or 7 years. A handful said they cater for mostly 8 or 9 year olds.

By far the most popular age was 10 or 11 years old.

Then the bell curve tapered off with some battlefields indicating that the average age of their gamers was 12 - 13 years old. And a couple saying they get mostly 14- 15 year olds.

Then only one saying that their average age of player was over 16.