Originally Posted by John
Right now there is no scenario league that classifies their players as "professional." There is actually no scenario ranking system and no player tracking at all that I am aware of. Without those things in place, I have no idea how we would track "professional scenario teams" or even determine who is one.
No seriously. This and this alone is the reason why their is no professionals in scenario paintball. Scenario paintball has no standards of measurement. Anybody who calls themselves a professional in their field is someone who has proven their worth in a standardized field. In sports it's other opponents. With jobs, it's who can sell the most/do the most/make the most money. Etc...