Paintball 3X just did a great job of summing up 30 years of paintball history with brief profiles of some of the people who built this game.
Watch the new MiLP video from Sina Azmoudeh, creator of The Impact Series.
Minor League Paintball held their 4th event, the Dye Pr1me Time Challenge, at beautiful Pr1me Paintball in leeds, AL, home of PSP Teams Pr1me and Prime Minionz. This is undoubtedly the Southeast's nicest all natural paintball playing surface. The MiLP hosted their first three field event, hopefully of many to come.
Impact faced off against the Ironmen in a must win game on Saturday at the PSP West Coast Open. The winner would advance to Sunday, but no one expected the penalty filled chaos that would follow.
Paintball Access hooked us up with the entire video of the game. Watch it now and let us know your favorite part.
The Pinokio SPEED is finally out! We just got the news stright from Pinokio: 2,200 hoppers are for sale and ready for the field. Get them while they have them in stock.
Capacity: Holds 180 balls.
BPS: 30+ (UNCAPPED RAMP EGO SL94 "33")
Weight: 14.7 oz - less than a pound
Height: Lowest profile loader on the market
Art Chaos took on Dynasty in one of the first games of Friday morning. Dynasty entered as the higher ranked seed against a mostly unproven Art Chaos. However, this game went the distance and had more than its share of ups and downs. Not just that, this match seemed to set the tone for the entire event. This includes one of the best moves of the entire tournament during a crucial point where Glenn Takemoto of Dynasty shows why he is one of the top players in the game.
Art Chaos from Moscow has already experienced a roller coaster of a season dominating the PSP Challenger division but struggling in the PSP Champions division against the best teams in the world. The team came together and played excellent paintball against a strong Edmonton Impact team that was hurt by penalties and an injured star player in the final game to take the win.
Thanks to Helen Grose for the photo