Daily Discussion: Planet Eclipse moves away from traditional annual release cycle. What does this mean for the equipment industry as a whole? Lets talk about it..
ProPaintball’s daily discussion focuses on the term Agg. Agg has undergone as many transformations as the game itself. Now its the trademark of a new clothing company. Sold out or natural progression, share your thoughts!
This weeks discussion focuses on the recently PSP layout and provides an opportunity to share your thoughts about field play, timing, and training for events.
Rumors are circulating that Procaps is no longer supplying Walmart with paintball goods. Read on for Robbo’s (formerly of PGi) thoughts on what may be in store for PROCAPS.
Today we present a few questions on the subject of sponsorship. Both teams and manufactures are evaluating their options for the 2011 season. Check out the questions, share your opinion and maybe poise a few questions of your own.
Players, coaches and their fans have long debated the pro’s con’s of sideline coaching. Today’s opinion piece lays out several points and offers a few thoughts on the issue. Read on!
Its not too often that we as paintball players and fans get to see the pro fields from the eye’s of a pro. Tim Montressor of Chicago Aftershock has put together a few thoughts on the recent Phoenix Open, PSP’s season opener. Tim discusses the ever changing sponsorship, the disputed “over time rule” that affected X-Factor, and competitive paintball.
The following is an opinion piece written by Aleksey Kunyavsky Royt. Aleksey asks players to enjoy the game, stop bashing others, and support our local paintball stores. Sounds easy enough on paper, but is it too tall an order for todays new paintball players? Sound off in the comments below!
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