WCPPL Event #1 went down last weekend at Camp Pendleton Paintball Park in sunny SoCal. We posted up an article yesterday with the results and a sample...
Pro Paintball caught up with Raney Stanczak for some insight on his recent move to Tampa Bay Damage. PPB: So the parameters have been made clear, the fine...
Nico Perry of Seattle Thunder sat down with Michael Borenstein to talk about playing professional paintball. Read on to learn about professional paintball's youngest athlete.
ProPaintball caught up with John Robinson, President & CEO of KEE Action Sports (home of Empire, JT & BT Paintball), for a quick chat about NPPL vs PSP debate, his background in paintball, and growing the game. Read on for an awesome interview!
Pro Paintball caught up with Cassidy Sanders, arguably the best paintball videographer in the world. In this exclusive interview, Cassidy tells Pro Paintball about his background, influences, and news of a fresh series of paintball videos.
Today's industry spotlight focuses in on Audrey Whiddon, owner of both Diamond Hill Paintball in Harrisburg, Oregon and the Seattle Thunder Pro NPPL franchise. Audrey talks about building paintball in the Pacific Northwest region, state fair events, and growing the game.
On this weeks POTW, Michael Zapantis sits down with Dan Zaleski, a key member of the Upton 187 Krew. The team has stormed their way to the top of the divisional ranks, winning 2 out of 4 D1 PSP events this season. Read on to find out how Dan and 187 will prepare for their move to the pro division in 2012, and gain an insight into New England paintball.
This week's featured team is upTon 187. The 187 crew has powered through the 2011 season and finished the season on top in division 1. ProPaintball's JJ Roth caught up with Dave Painter after the teams 2011 PSP World Cup win for an exclusive interview.