USA: LTMSA was closed.
January - New domestic outdoor laser tag system - Poligon64 - was introduced in Russia.
February - Laser Light Entertainment Inc. (California, USA) officially claimed that they had purchased Q-Zar assets, Q-Zar brand and Q-Zar Logo (with the priority period started in January, 2008). The company started mass sale of Q-Zar equipment (including a rather rare modification of it, Q-Kidz) and announced their plans concerning development works aiming at bringing the Q-Zar equipment to the modern level.
June - Russian manufacturer of military combat simulation system - CDB TochPribor (Tselik / Nora brands) presented commercial version of the equipment - Ataka-3 laser tag system.
August - TRUTNEE.COM published analytical survey - European Laser Tag Industry Ranking. According to it, the strongest national laser tag industries in Europe may be observed in Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom ('Group A+'), followed by Cyprus, Finland, France, Ireland and Norway ('Group A-').
October - World: Zone Laser Games started marketing their new laser tag system, RIFT Blaster.
Australia: Outdoor laser tag components' manufacturer - Laser Combat Technologies - was closed.