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Paintball World Cup Asia 2011 Results

Paintball World Cup Asia

True to its name, Paintball World Cup Asia was a fierce battle between teams from over 32 countries from around the world. The World Cup Asia (referred to as WCA) hosted 1,810 paintball players hailing from 152 paintball teams. Teams competed in an indoor facility on astro-turf and millennium series bunkers. The layout itself lent to a defensive style of game play with 5 of the larger bunkers based in the back of the field. Paintball website View from the Deadbox had a spot on analysis of the game play.

Reaper Paintball Team

The final match up for the PALS World Cup Asia was hosted last night in the beautiful Langkawi, Malaysia. Hailing from Iran, Team Datis retained their World Cup title in a match up against Reaper from South Africa (final score 4-1, Datis). Team Datis played a no-nonsense, methodical game of paintball throughout the event. The players remained focus and respectful throughout and were the clear winners.

Ton Ton Paintball Team

Ton Ton's from France win the Intercontinental Cup

Intercontinental Cup

  1. Ton Ton’s
  2. Team USA (Ironmen)
Iran's Datis Paintball Team World Cup Asia

Datis Paintball Team from Iran

Pro / Am Paintball Division

  1. Datis (Iran)
  2. Reaper (South Africa)
  3. STK (Australia)
  4. Infernal (Thailand)

Division 2 Paintball

  1. Alien 11 (Thailand)
  2. Hellbourne (Thailand)
  3. Mamba (South Africa)
  4. Massacre (UAE)

Division 3 Paintball

  1. Diako (Iran)
  2. Rogue Assassins (Australia)
  3. Golden Dragons (The Philippines)
  4. Tension (Australia)

Division 4 Paintball

  1. Armada Shooter (Malaysia)
  2. Vindicated (Malaysia
  3. CMX Badai (Malaysia)
  4. Jogja United (Indonesia)
Redza from Team Xtioneers XFOX Paintball Team

Redza from Team Xtioneers XFOX Paintball Team is currently in Malaysia and will follow up this story with information and final thoughts on the event, the country and paintball abroad. Stay tuned.

Special thanks to Dez from for use of these awesome paintball photos.

Propaintball is attending PALS Paintball World Cup Asia


ProPaintball is proudly attending, covering and competing in the PALS Paintball World Cup Asia event. The WCA is taking place this Wednesday through Sunday in Langkai, Malaysia. Players, teams and manufacturers are flying in from all over the world to participate in what will surely be one of, if not the, greatest events in the world.

If you are attending the event be sure to keep your eyes peeled for ProPaintball staff. We will be wearing our trademark shirts and should be easy to find.

ProPaintball’s very own Justin Mason will be playing alongside Markus Nielsen, Redza, Allan Phang and the rest of the Xtioneers in Pro/Am.

Coverage over the next 24 hours may be light due to long flights etc.

Stay tuned for event reports, video interviews and photographs live from the event.


Free Paintball Trip to World Cup Asia Winners

Free Paintball trip winners have been selected

free paintball world cup

Allan Phang and PALS World Cup Asia are proud to announce the contest winners for the free paintball trip of a lifetime. 2 lucky paintball players have been chosen to be flown out on an all expenses paid trip to compete at the PALS World Cup Asia held November 10th-13th in Langkawi, Malaysia. This is going to be an amazing paintball tournament!

Watch the video below as Allan selects the winners of the contest.








For more information on the PALS World Cup Asia paintball event, be sure to visit the official website at

Interview: Malaysian Pro Paintball Player Amirhosein Doosthaghighi

This weeks interview gives readers an insiders look into the developing tournament paintball scene in Malaysia. ProPaintball’s Iranian corespondent Nima Razavi was able to catch up with international Pro player Amirhosein Doosthaghighi. In the seven years he’s been playing, Doosthaghighi has constantly been on the move between teams, playing locations, and tournament series. About a year ago he was offered a spot on Malaysian paintball pro team Demonz Red from team owner Patrick Tan. Since the pick up, they have gone on to win the 2010 MPOC (Malaysia Paintball Official Circuit) Series! Read on for the extensive interview and media collection.


Name: Amirhosein Dousthaghighi #777

Age: 34

Hometown: Tehran, Iran

Previous teams: Javidan (03-04) – Datis (06-09) – Persian legend (09)

Current Team & Home field: Demonz Red (2010-2011)- Canyon Paintball Field (Malaysia).

Sponsors of your team: Propaintball Resources – Style Supply – JT – Bob Long – VForce – Virtue – Critical pb.

Position you play: Goal keeper!

Favorite Pro team: PERSIAN GULF!

Favorite Pro players: Maximus Lundqvist

Favorite drill: Snap shooting

Favorite tournament accomplishment: World Cup Asia 2009, which was my first tournament that I played with Demonz Red. It was the first time I participated in a game that I didn’t win, and yet I had the most fun.

Advice to any new players: Don’t listen to anyone’s advice. Get out there and try it on your own!

Do you have any rival team or player? Oh yeah I do. I have one hardcore competitor. I have to try very hard to outperform him, yet I haven’t always been successful. He is more mentally fit, and I am more physically fit. We are best friends, but we won’t let our friendship detract from our goal to be better than the other. Right now we are playing on the same team. The interesting thing is that even though we have the same birth date, he is younger than me. His name is Amirhosein #777!

Mentors: Reza Badrian #03 (Datis)

You are now playing in two leagues (MPOC & MY-NPL) in Malaysia and you have the experience to play in INPL (Iran National Paintball League). What are the differences between paintball in Iran and paintball in Malaysia? (level of playing, discipline of holding tournaments, etc) In fact, I’m playing in 5 leagues this year. My team won’t be in MY-NPL due to some difficulties. The main difference between the two countries’ paintball scenes is the players’ practice mentality. In Malaysia, they do not believe in the value of training. They just want to play. On the other hand, in Iran practice is the key factor for the players. This of course will affect their physical strength. The most important difference is in the management. In Malaysia the tournaments are organized and performed at a higher level than in Iran. The organization in Iran is weak and scattered . In fact, without Datis [team], paintball in Iran wouldn’t be able to grow and Iran could end up like the rest of the Middle East. There are over 100 paintball teams in Malaysia, where as in Iran there might be less than 30 teams. Malaysia has the potential to be better but unfortunately it is not being utilized to the highest degree.

Goal for this season: MPOC, TPOC and WPPL Champion!

What are your plans for future? Next year I will be in Florida. I have had a few [team] offers however, I want to take my time and be able to pick the best team. [End]

Thanks for the interview Amirhosein. Check out the Derder footage of Demonz Red at the Malaysia World Cup Asia 2010 below and let us know what you think about the interview, the paintball scene in Malaysia, or whatever else is on your mind.

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World Cup Asia Paintball Videos by DerDer

Several paintball videos from the Malaysia Paintball World Cup Asia (held on 25-28 of November 2010) were uploaded in ‘DerderPaintball‘ Youtube channel. The videos are match style and provides a great opportunity to check out the World Cup Asia recently held in Kuala Lampur (Capital of Malaysia). Special thanks to Nima Razavi for the heads up.

For those of you who missed out. be sure to check out the World Cup Asia 2010 results and a great write up by our partner site PaintballNews.Asia.

Here are a few of the matches;

DEMONZ RED (Malaysia) vs. BAD ELEMENTS (France):
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DATIS (Iran) vs. S.T.K. (Australia):
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BAD ELEMENTS (France) vs. INFERNAL (Thailand):
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S.W.A.T. (Australia) vs. DIRTY ANNIHILATION (Germany):
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S.W.A.T. (Australia) v DEMONZ RED (Malaysia):
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DATIS (Iran) vs. BOONIE DOGS (Guam):
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XTIONEERS (Malaysia) vs. S.T.K. (Australia):
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KU (Japan) vs. DIRTY ANNIHILATION (Germany):
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ProPaintball player of the week Parham Nazari

International Pro Paintball Player Parham Nazari plays for team Persian Legend in Iran now. The team is sponsored by Angel and coached by Pro Player Maximus Lundqvist in the tournaments. Parham is without a doubt the best Paintball player currently playing in Asia. Everybody enjoys watching him when he is playing. He is extremely quick, maintains great field awareness and not to mention a phenomenal player! Continue reading Player of the Week: Aco Amir

This past weekend was host to the 4th and final event of the Iran Paintball League. Pro paintball player Maximus Lundqvist who played 3 of the seasons events said the event ran flawlessly! Pro Paintball representative Nima Razavi had a chance to sit down with pro paintball player Aco Amir of the Iranian national team DATIS. Aco Amir recently led his team to a season sweep in the Iran Paintball League. Read on for more about Aco Amir and paintball in Iran. Continue reading