Why Team Combat

Comprehensive Training and Support

Operations

Comprehensive support from daily operations to our world-class guest experience.

Marketing

We provide support and advice for website, social media, print, and more.

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Systems

Support for networking, software, game servers, taggers and props.

Location

We provide site-selection assistance and tools to find the perfect location.

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DEVELOPMENT

Our team of developers focus of optimizing, updating, and implementing waiver management, reservation, networking, and scoring display systems.

Like-Minded
Franchisees

Our network of like-minded franchisees allows us to constantly refine our business processes and the guest experience.

Generous
Territories

Territories will include a defined area and will be documented as a 500,000 population center or a 15-mile radius from the location.

Diverse Vertical Markets

While general sessions targeted at adults and teens account for a majority of our business, we also have to opportunity to target multiple diverse vertical markets.

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Celebrations

Birthdays, anniversaries, graduation parties and more.

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Bachelor/Bachelorette

Suprisingly fun for both bachelor and bachelorette parties.

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Team Building

Corporate team building events designed to boost morale and foster productivity.

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Fundraisers

A platform for guests to raise funds for scout troops, youth groups, schools, sports teams and more.

Investment

Team Combat Management has provided financial information for an average Team Combat unit. It represents the range of the initial investment for a new franchise. It shows the potential frachise buyer what it will cost to open the business. The expense items are preopening start-up expenses and do not represent any ongoing expenses unless identified otherwise.

Royalties and Fees

Team Combat understands that your success is our success. As such, we've opted to omit monthly franchise fees. We collect a simple 6% royalty of net ticket sales.

Initial Startup Expenses
Initial Franchise Fee $49,000 $49,000
Facility Remodel Costs (Leasehold Improvements) $45,000 $250,000
Market Introduction Program $18,000 $22,000
Furniture, Battlefield Fixtures, Point of Sale System, Misc Technology, Party Room Supplies $50,000 $65,000
IGS Software, Lighting, Sound, Network Systems, Servers, Taggers, Mission Packs, Props with Optional VR Labs $178,000 $201,000
Signage $5,000 $12,000
Professional Fees (lawyer, accountant, etc.) $1,500 $3,000
Licenses and Permits $250 $750
Travel, lodging and meals for initial training $4,000 $8,000
Operational Cash (first 3-6 months) $94,290 $197,130
Estimated Total Initial Start-Up Expenses $445,040 $807,880
Monthly Operational Expenses (after initial operational cash is exhausted)
Real Estate/Rent $5,000 $12,000
Utilities $650 $2,000
Insurance $200 $400
Network/Game Servers Maintenance Fee $400 $750
Office Expenses $100 $200
Online Systems (Reservations, Staff Scheduling, VOIP System) $100 $175
Food Inventory $250 $500
Local Marketing $2,500 $4,000
Payroll $6,000 $12,000
Licenses and Permits $15 $30
Marketing Coop (Shared Images, Videos, Brochures, Flyers, Etc) $300 $300
Estimated Total Initial Start-Up Expenses $15,715 $32,855

National Membership System

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Recurring Monthly
Revenue

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Engages Our Core
Audience

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Builds
Loyalty

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Drives Repeat
Business

Perpetual Innovation

We believe in constant innovation and evaluation. As such, we prioritize optimizing and perfecting all aspects of our business model and the guest experience.

MARKETING PROGRAMS

Tailored to laser-focus on your target audiences.

Missions

Updated and refined missions and battlefield configurations.

Equipment and Props

New and updated equipment developed and released regularly.

Software Systems

Game servers, guest experience and operational software systems.

Sound Scenes

Immersive environmental sound effects and music.

Integrated Lighting

Ambient lighting and objective-triggered cues.

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