LAI’s Speed of Light redemption game was selected as the latest Reliant Energy Player Challenge, a program that benefits the greater Houston area Boys and Girls Clubs. Connor Barwin and Shaun Cody of the Houston Texans NFL team competed in a Speed of Light doubles match at a local Dave & Buster’s location. The result? Cody won with a score of 519, compared to Barwin’s 391. $1000 was donated in Cody’s name to the Boys and Girls Clubs. A link to a video of the challenge can be seen on the Texan’s website at www.houstontexans.com/tv-media/videos/community.html.
Houston Texans Shaun Cody (left) and Connor Barwin (right) take the Speed of Light Challenge.
LAI’s Chris Brady said, “We are seeing a large number of Speed of Light player videos posted to YouTube, and the formation of an active player community. It’s great to see professional athletes enjoying the game as well.” Player videos can be found at www.YouTube.com/LAIGames.
About Speed of Light
Speed of Light is a truly unique redemption game. It consists of an 8-foot high, visibly arresting display of lights arranged in a large matrix in front of the player(s). The objective is to press as many illuminated buttons as you can as quickly as possible to earn points and tickets. The result is a thrilling redemption game that tests players’ speed and reflexes, while giving onlookers an entertaining show in the process. Energetic music and lighting effects accompany game play.