Young Gunz- For true beginners between the ages of 10-15
(This helps eliminate players who are new to tournaments but have been playing for years)
Division 5/Rookie- This is an open age division as long as registered players are not ranked higher than Division 4 based on their APPA ID rankings.
Free Entry to the 2013 Avid Extreme Sports tournament series! This is a 5 man tournament series. The Houston Paintball League is here to help grow new players and lift them to the next level to one day play at the national, 5 man level.
Division 5/Rookie Prizes-
1 Team trophy, 3 medals , $325.00 and Free Entry to next event + 3 Empire T Shirts
1 Team Trophy, 3 medals, $175.00 and 1/2 Entry to next event + 3 Empire T Shirts
1 Team Trophy, 3 medals and $100.00 + 3 Empire T Shirts
3 Medals + 3 Empire T Shirts
1 Team trophy, 3 medals , $175.00 and Free Entry to next event +
3 Dye T Shirts!
1 Team Trophy, 3 medals, $100.00 and 1/2 Entry to next event + 3 Dye T Shirts!
1 Team Trophy, 3 medals, $50.00 + 3 Dye T Shirts!
3 Medals + 3 Dye T Shirts!
Early Registration Discounted Price
Young Guns Division – $120.00 per team
Rookie Division – $150.00 per team
After Early Registration Price
(Less than 15 days before the event date)
Young Guns Division – $135.00 per team
Rookie Division – $165.00 per team
Registration Cut Off is 5 Days Prior to the Event Date
A huge thank you to Empire Paintball for allowing us to use the best paint in the industry at our events!
Division 5 teams can now add ONE Division 4 player to their roster.
This will allow the younger, newer players a chance to learn from a more experienced player but while not stacking any one team too much.
Young Gunz division is staying the same allowing only Division 5 players between the ages of 10-15.
Not trying to be ugly but why should winning one local 3-man tournament be a "money making" venture? Teams winning on a national level do not come close to breaking even - let alone coming out ahead. If anyone deserves to make money it would be those who have spent years honing their skills - not novice players. Do other local leagues (soccer, softball) pay winning teams big bucks to compete? Or do you pay money to receive a little trophy at the end? Why do you feel paintball should be any different? Do your skills and playing experience justify a big payout in the end?
"twistedpbmom who is the best mom that loves starbucks and brings me mochas in the morning"-Todd Martinez
onylu 300 bux for first palce..come one at least double that..your gonna waste that along on painnt and entry
Thank you for your feedback.
Average team will shoot 5 cases if they play for first and second. If you shot the most expensive paint that's $70 x 5 thats $350.
Minus your $300 cash prize and $150 entry your paint is covered and all but $50 of your entry. if you didn't shoot evil and went with premium for $60 then your entire event cost of paint and entry would be covered.