The only thing is most of the younger and less funded teams can't afford to do any of the things you guys are talking about. Players can barely afford to do the small 3-man tournaments that promoters put on. The problem with team attendance is not completely the organizors faults. The players this last season for some reason felt practicing and talking trash on pbnation was adequate to becoming a successful paintball team. If paintball in the northwest is gonna grow, it is going to require the players to step up to the plate and actually compete. There is a few dedicated teams still left that make all of the events, speak with their actions (skip the trash talking), and play there hearts out; props to them. A larger series would be awesome, but I suggest first playing the tournaments that are happening first. It's great that the local promoters like KC are still even putting on some of these events.
We are working out details with sponsors now so we can try and bring the best paint at a affordable price. After the paint is taken care of we will annonce more. I have been a player for a long time and know how the cost of paint strains teams. We will do our best to keep paint prices down.
Just a update, we are trying to hold this event so it does not compete with anyother series. There is no point in trying to make teams choose between series. How would everyone like to see something happen after the Nwps? So we would start-up some tourn. around June or July and go through untill Sept. or October (before world cup)