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WOLLONGONG, NSW: A young entrepreneur’s daring and adventurous spirit drove him to a new town and a new business.

Stuart Joyce, 20, recently launched the adrenalin pumping Red Baron Laser Skirmish so thrill seekers can experience the excitement of live gaming either in their own backyard or in a bush land setting.

Originally from Goulburn, Stuart saw many of his friends moving to study at the University of Wollongong and although wanting to join the pack decided to do something different.

Quick to see the opportunity, Stuart decided to set up his Exergaming business in the Illawarra. Exergaming is the new term coined to describe gaming involving physical exertion and is a phenomenon currently sweeping the world.

New to the Illawarra, this is not paintball or laser tag. Rather Stuart and his team use sophisticated infra-red gaming guns that emit a harmless beam, similar to a TV remote to run mock missions, just like a live computer game.

“Our games are all action from start to finish. It’s often the only thing that will get kids and adults alike away from their video games or TV and not only do the kids love it, but parents see the benefits instantly,” said Stuart.

“Our inflatable battlefield is one of our greatest assets, as they look very realistic and add an urban feel to our games, while allowing us to travel anywhere around the Illawarra or Southern Highlands,” he said.

“The flexibility of our system allows us to offer our customers a number of alternative packages to meet their needs. We are available for fetes, private functions, corporate training events, and parties. We also hold weekend bush land games at the Mt Keira Scout Camp and will soon be introducing a weekly competition,” said Stuart.

About Red Baron Laser Skirmish
Red Baron Laser Skirmish runs unique battle missions using harmless gaming guns and inflatable barricades. It is fun for the whole family. Headquartered at the Mount Keira Scout Camp, Red Baron Laser Skirmish actually runs team building and battlefields all over Illawarra. www.redbaronlaser.com PH: 0439 463 264

Stuart Joyce, Red Baron Operations and Logistic Manager on the left, with Danny Killeen, Red Baron Laser Skirmish Events Coordinator on the right (higher resolution photo available if needed).

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