Since early 2018, Flaktest has been working with LAN Centres across Australia in an initiative to establish a standard framework on safe spaces for children and young people. As pastoral leaders, Flaktest understands the complexities of Duty of Care with young people and the considerations of using technology during school and in the local community. We work alongside local businesses to empower them with the tools to build relationships that drive growth while maintaining quality assurance.
Today, we are excited to announce Checkpoint Esports as the newest member of the LAN-Safe Network.
Alongside ZEN Gaming (VIC), Wangyu Cyber Café (NSW) and Next Tier Esports (NT), Checkpoint Esports will provide access to technology, safety and top quality service to Youth Esports Clubs, schools, families and most importantly young gamers. We can’t wait to tell you what’s in store for 2019 with each location!!
If you have a LAN Centre near you or look to expand your business services to meet the growing needs of your local community contact Brett Sullivan at