The Millennium Series updated their rules for 2015 and also comment on the PSP's controversial changes.
Tom Cole and Lane Wright of the PSP were kind enough to answer some of our questions about the new rules. It sounds like they are still dialing in the rule changes, so we appreciate the insight into their progress.
Will pros be playing at a capped rate of fire or uncapped? Tom Cole - We have not capped the ROF as of now...
You can take the player out of paintball but you can never take paintball out of the player. After retiring from playing more than 5 years ago, a few of the guys from Joy Division got the itch to play paintball again. A few calls and the band was back together. But could they compete after so many years away from tournament paintball?
Watch how they did.
Impact takes on Vicious in this amazing back and forth World Cup professional paintball match from Paintball Access.
This might very well be the last professional match Omaha Vicious ever plays in the PSP.
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Sina Azmoudeh shot this raw footage from the Millennium Series World Cup in Chantilly, France. Watch as Montreal Image does battle against this remarkable backdrop and hear the codes, calls, crowd and firing guns, point by point until the fight is done!
Chantilly is simply one of the most amazing venues in modern competitive paintball.
PSP is pleased to announce several changes for the 2015 season designed to allow players competing on the Pro Champions and Pro Challengers fields to showcase the individual skills developed over several years of training. These changes, limited to the Pro Champions and Challengers fields, include elimination of spectator communication to players, field layouts released on-site at each event, and using guns in semi-auto mode.
Grayson Goff from San Antonio Xfactor has written a second article reviewing the most common mistake he sees players of virtually all calibers make. Read and learn:
"We play a game on inches. Just like Al Pacino's speech in 'Any Given Sunday,' one inch can be the difference between living and dying in our sport...."