Codo Online Summer Camps

Need something fun for your kids to do this summer? Join our online Codo Summer Camps!

Most camps are 5 days long with a 2 hour session each day. They’re based around your kids favourite video games, including Minecraft and Roblox.

They’re led by an experienced staff member from Laser City (our laser tag facility) who’s there to keep everyone engaged, safe and having fun.

All the kids can see and hear each other via our secure and private video conferencing system.

We play games on our private servers, so it’s only that group of kids playing together. No random people here!

Category: 2021 Summer Camps

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Frequently Asked Questions

Legitimate questions!

We’re a business based in Alberta, Canada. Our main business is our laser tag facilities in Edmonton and Calgary called Laser City. We’ve been around for 8 years now. Click Here to visit the Laser City website!

We started Codo in May 2020 after temporarily closing our laser tag facilities in mid-March due to the pandemic.

We wanted to help keep kids social, having fun and being safe online. It also allowed us to hire a ton of our part time staff back to run our online camps, clubs and parties.

Since then we’ve grown a ton and hosted hundreds of kids!

Codo Camps are online weeklong camps for kids ages 6 to 12. They’re based around kids favourite games (like Minecraft, Roblox and Among Us) and are hosted by our awesome staff. They’re safe, secure, supervised and convenient.

Kids get to socialize with other kids, make new friends, learn about their favourite games, and more.

Parents get some predictable free time, knowing their kids are being supervised. Plus, no driving them all over town!

We totally understand that the concept of Codo is completely new to most people. Take a look around our site to learn more, but please get in touch if you’re left with un-answered questions.

Generally no. Most kids are absolutely fine on their own once they get going. Some younger kids might need to assistance from mom or dad with using the computer, but we make everything super simple.
Before your first camp you’ll do an orientation to make sure all of your technology is properly setup and everything is working.
It’s totally cool if you want to hang out with your child, but most parents take the opportunity to get some work done or have a break while their kids are at Codo Club.

Yes. Our camps are private (it’s only the kids in that camp and their host) and secure (we use a unique “Codo Code” system to prevent un-authorized access).

All of our Hosts are vetted and trained, plus all our camps are monitored by a supervisor at all times.

One of the big advantages of Codo Club is that your child can play online with other people, but without the dangers of playing with strangers

Codo Club is made up of two parts: Base Camp (our video conferencing system) and the actual game itself.

Depending on how you play the game, you can often use the same device for both (usually a PC or a Mac). But sometimes it makes more sense to play the game on a different device (like an iPad) and then use a computer (including a Chromebook) for the video conferencing part.

Take a look at the Hardware section above to see all the different combinations. If you want to check your setup, just get in touch and we’ll guide you through!

For Software, you’ll just need a web browser (Google Chrome is best) and then a copy of the game on whatever device you’re using. 

Each camp is ran by a live adult host. They’re there to organize the activities, supervise the game play, help the kids as needed and generally entertain!

All of our hosts are vetted and experienced with kids. They’re all adults and work for our Laser Tag facility, Laser City.

They either work from home or from one of our locations in Edmonton or Calgary. To be honest, they’re awesome. They’re the cool older cousin!

Up to 6, plus the Host. (Among Us Clubs have up to 9, to make the games run better)

Fair point! We feel there’s “good screen time” and “bad screen time”, and we obviously feel our clubs fall into the “good” category.

Why? Well, rather than just mindlessly watching YouTube or playing video games, while kids are in our clubs they’re getting to socialize, develop important communication skills, plus being exposed to positive role models (our hosts).

We totally understand that parents are wary about adding more screen time to their kids days, but our clubs are about as good as screen time can be!

Awesome, we want to hear them!

The world has changed a lot in the last year, and there’s lots of questions. The whole concept of Codo didn’t exist a few months ago, but now it’s real thing, but to people new to it, there’s lots of questions.

Please get in touch. We’ll take the time to answer your questions and concerns, even if they might seem silly.

Call us at 780-800-2324, email us at or use the chat in the corner. We’re friendly people, we promise!