The axe throwing decompression trend has swept the United States, Australia, and Canada, and a local whirlwind has also attracted many people's attention. The new decompression method allows you to lose all your worries with the axe thrown out.
Axe Factor Singapore, which introduced this new concept of competitive sports to Singapore, was run and managed by three partners. Founders Samuel, Derrick and Lewis. Since the official opening of Axe Factor in Aug 2018, this novel way of decompression has attracted many members of the public, especially young people, and many companies are also here to host events such as parties, team-building and corporate events.
In facts, Axe throwing is one of the world's most exciting new sports, over 56 million Axes Throw Worldwide in 26 countries. Globally recognized as one of the world's fastest growing sports which is now in 26.
Our vision to become a Sport media company and make Axe Throwing as a Sport in Sea Games.
Our mission is to expand our Axe throwing range in almost every part of Asia through Franchise model , Licensing and JV and organize first Asia Axe Throwing Tournament in Asia.
The island’s sole urban axe-throwing facility overcame cautious public perceptions to become an increasingly popular recreational activity for individuals, groups and workplace teams.
Axe Factor Pte Ltd won in the Hospitality & Leisure category of Singapore Business Review’s National Business Awards, which honours exceptional homegrown businesses in Singapore.
As may be suggested by its name, Axe Factor operates the first and only indoor axe throwing range in Singapore. It may seem counterintuitive to set up this unique recreational facility in a country that ranks highest in Asia when it comes to personal safety, but the company reckoned the idea of throwing axes in a secure, controlled environment has actually been met with a lot of enthusiasm since the facility opened in August 2018.
Aside from individuals and groups of friends, Axe Factor founder said one of the key groups driving demand are companies that are attracted to the idea of axe throwing as an engaging teambuilding activity. “We are receiving more corporate bookings than ever, which further solidifies how much the public trust us in terms of safety and unique fun,” the co-founders said. “The public is also slowly starting to see that axe throwing is not dangerous after all, from our track record or zero accident.”
Axe Factor has been featured by CNA lifestyle, The Straits Times, The Smart Local, Vulcanpost, Mothershipsg, Shout.sg, Night owl Cinematics, Power 98 , Kiss92 ,Money FM89.3 , Channel 8 , Channel U and other media outfits. The axe-throwing range was also used in the filming of the Chinese drama called “My One In A Million,” which is slated to air in July 2019 and expected to provide greater brand exposure.