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We didn't really have a place to discuss this incredible series, so I wanted to make one.
People need to realize that if people do not support these projects, Eclipse won't continue to make them. They cost a small fortune to make and the Pay Per View doesn’t even cover the cost of just the music from a single episode!
Who has seen any of Season 2 yet? Has anyone bought the season pass?
Who watched the first season? Have any favorite moments?
Season 2 Episodes are $3 each or $10 for the whole series. So far, three episodes have been released.
Watch the trailer purchase the series here:
Let us (and Planet Eclipse) know what you think, what you love and what you want to see more of in the future!
Official Press Release
Over the years Planet Eclipse have created a huge library of Paintball video content under the banner of ETV, everything from tech video, pro training tips and drills, event coverage, team profiles/stories and now a Docu-series called The Roster, already into Season 2.
Planet Eclipse Owner Ledz said, “We all love the car crash style Paintball videos and the event coverage the PSP produce is amazing so we wanted to do something different. We wanted to see behind the curtain of a Pro team and to see what it takes to make it at the very highest level. Planet Eclipse and ETV have been extremely fortunate to be invited behind the X-Factor curtain and given a pretty much ‘access all areas’ pass to see what makes them tick and to really see who is behind the mask. I’ve played Pro myself for years, but this is another level. One that I don’t think a lot of people appreciate. We are really happy with what we are producing as we think it’s great for the sport and we hope you all love watching it as well.”
Planet Eclipse's The Roster is a six-episode, fly-on-the-wall docu-series that chronicles the off-season process of assembling a professional paintball team, from picking up experienced, free-agent pros to mini-camp tryouts trying to fine that diamond in the rough, the sports next superstar.
Season 2 follows San Antonio X-Factor over the course of four months during the 2013 pre-season, and the first-two events of the 2013 professional paintball season.
Beginning in January 2013, Planet Eclipse embeded their ETV production crew in San Antonio, and Austin, Texas with professional paintballers San Antonio X-Factor.
For the next eight months, the cameras rolled on X-Factor as they audition top pros, grind young amateur players through a brutal 2-Day elimination Mini-camp, on the way to collecting 15 top-notch players capable of winning a professional tournament.