Updated February 2021

COVID Protocols

We want to let you know about the measures we are taking, and how DreamWright’s Mobile Gaming Truck plan to prioritize your health and wellness, as well as that of your family and friends.

DreamWright’s Mobile Gaming is not a public access event facility, so you can fully control the guests and who your children come in contact with at your event. Each party takes place in our controlled environment which is thoroughly cleaned before your event.


We have a temporary $1 COVID fee to help us meet the new guidelines (this includes a mask if you don’t have your own).

Due to the recent rise in COVID cases here in South Carolina we ask that all participants be COVID free for at least 1 month prior to your party date. We will continue to follow the guidelines that our state has put into place to flatten the curve.

DreamWright’s Mobile Gaming is taking the following precautions for the safety of our attendees and staff:

  • We are limiting the number of guests at an event to 10. Only 10 people are allowed in the truck at any given time.

  • Our Game Coaches will wear masks when inside the trailer.

  • The host is responsible for providing masks to guests and screening their guests. If they don’t have any, no worries we will provide them with a pink or black disposable 3 ply mask.

  • Please do not invite anyone who is ill or has been exposed to illness.

  • Practice social distancing and explain social distancing rules prior to truck entry.

  • Our equipment will be cleaned after each party and will also undergo a deep cleaning at the end of each day.

  • We are asking staff members to stay home if they are not feeling 100%

  • All attendees will be required to sanitize their hands prior to all DreamWright’s Mobile Gaming activities and after as well.

  • Hand sanitizer and/or wipes will be available onsite.


We ask that all hosts:

  • Screen all guests for signs of illness prior to our arrival.

  • Provide masks to guests if desired.  Mask are mandatory therefore we will have some onsite.

  • Limit your guest list to 10 or less, if you have more than 10 they can take turns.


We ask that all gamers:

  • Wash your hands or sanitize for at least 20 seconds with soap and prior to and after the event.

  • Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing into your elbow.

  • Keep your hands away from your face, because germs routinely spread when a person touches something contaminated with germs, and then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth.


Screening Questions:

We will send you a confirmation that will ask you the following screening questions:

  1. Have you had any symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 10 days?

  2. Have you been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the last 14 days?

  3. Have you traveled outside of US in the last 14 days?

  4. Have you been asked to quarantine?

  5. Are you waiting for COVID Testing Results?


If you have any flu-like symptoms, runny nose, sore throat or are feeling off, we will have to reschedule you. If we arrive at your home and you’re not feeling well, we will have to leave and reschedule you at least two weeks from the date of your original appointment.  If you answered yes to any of the 5 questions please reschedule for another date, your deposit will be transferred to a safer date.

If our staff member is sick or exposed to COVID-19, we will not have them work. We will work hard to find a replacement for them. However, if we cannot find one, we will have to reschedule your appointment. This is for the safety of everyone. Thank you for understanding.

Our Commitment

As always, cleaning and the use of a medical grade disinfectant and sanitization will continue to be done, before and after each treatment.

If your child or any of your guests begin to develop cold- or flu-like symptoms or becomes ill, please minimize the spread to others by staying home. If you think you or your child have been exposed or may have symptoms of COVID-19, call your healthcare provider immediately. We continue to pray for the health and safety of all of our young gamers and hope this situation improves soon.



For additional resources and best practices for avoiding exposure, please visit the CDC website click here.