Digital Ops is now part of All Hands Active! Digital Ops provides a unique social atmosphere for playing state-of-the-art games. Whether you’re a casual or hardcore gamer, we have something for you.
We are a multi-player gaming facility with two-level structure gaming stations. We offer video games on top-of-the-line custom-built Mythlogic PCs, Xbox 360s, PlayStation 3s, Wiis, and other systems. We also provide free WiFi access.
$5 an hour
$15 dollars all day (M-Th)
$20 dollars all day (Fri – Sun)
We provide positive social and educational technology opportunities to people of all ages. We do this by:
- Offering safe, unique and social gaming experiences
- Providing access to high-end workstations
Here is what you’ll find at Digital Ops:
- We have a friendly and helpful staff.
- We cater to individuals and groups and rent out for private parties.
- We offer casual gaming and tournaments in popular games.
- We sponsor events, and we support collegiate organizations in the area.
Our amazing commitment to the community
We feel very strongly about supporting our local community. We support charities, charity events, and local groups.
Here are some examples:
- In October 2012, we held a 24-hour game marathon through ExtraLife to support Beaumont Children’s Hospital. We teamed up with Gamers Outreach to help save kids through video games. All of our computers and consoles – as well as others donated by Gamers Outreach – operated continuously during the event to generate funds for the charity. You can still make online donations.
- We have held fundraisers for Mott Children’s Hospital.
- We have partnered with the Necto to sponsor and co-host large events, such as gaming tournaments and themed club nights.
- We have made donations to the Ozone House.
- We are becoming more involved with the local teen center, Neutral Zone.
- We offer computer classes after school for students from Ann Arbor Public Schools.
- We have partnered with Get Your Game On, a local gaming store, on various events.
In 2006, Digital Ops offered space to group of entrepreneurs, who later formed All Hands Active. In 2012 All Hands Active purchased the assets of Digital Ops and now runs the space as part of their hackerspace.