We have received tons of questions about the recently announced National X-Ball League. People who have contacted us are looking for an inside scoop as they attempt to plan their seasons out and debate between which series to put their money behind. Below we have consolidated the information we have in an attempt to keep you up with the latest pro paintball gossip.
According to PRO paintball insiders, the PSP is working to change the rules regarding event paintball’s. This is thought to be in response to the issues raised during PSP Dallas 2015 by Jason Edwards.
The first 10 pro paintball teams have signed up to compete in the National X-ball League. This is a key milestone as this provides a starting point for the teams to vote on the many decisions that will impact the 2015 season including match style, rate of fire and coaching. NXL Official Statement: It is the NXL’s pleasure to introduce you to the first wave of professional teams committed to competing in the 2015 NXL Professional Division. The NXL Professional Division will represent the most…
Paintball just got a heck of alot more interesting. Only yesterday ProPaintball.com insiders broke the silence and shared inside information about the new national xball league that was in the works. Today, its official. Allow us to reintroduce you to the National Xball League (NXL).
On the heels of the PSP 2015 season opener and ProPaintball.com rumors of a new professional paintball league (update: NXL official press release), word comes that change is underway in the PSP. Former professional player and DYE/PSP/PBA business owner Dave Youngblood is said to be stepping down. Read on for additional details and official statement.
Pro Paintball team Los Angeles Infamous wins the 2015 PSP Dallas season opener. After several hard fought days playing in the Texas mud, Empire Paintball’s flagship professional team took the gold. Read on for notes from the final match and official results from the event.