joy-divisionWe’ve just confirmed that Joy Division will be playing at the PSP World Cup. This is the first time in over 2 years that Joy Division has competed in an American league. Previously, the team was a top contender in the NPPL Super 7 series and repeatedly finished within the top 4 teams at each pro event. Citing politics and biased judging from the NPPL administration, Joy Division withdrew from the NPPL and left their franchise to Aftershock for the 2008 season. Joy has been taking a break from competing in America, and instead have been traveling the world acting as ambassadors to the sport and competing in various countries. After a 2 year break the Swedish dudes in leopard print are back in action and will be rejoining the PRO series.

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Following on the heels of Joy Divisions retirement announcement, team manager Magued Idris has released a statement providing more information and insight as to where the players will end up.

PRO Paintball insiders indicate that Joy Division is retiring from professional paintball. Read on for an official statement from Magued Idris.

With the PSP World Cup less then two weeks from today, teams are getting their final days of preparation and practice in to prepare for the final PSP of the 2009 season.

After scanning the list of teams signed up for this event, we couldn’t help to notice that neither Edmonton Impact nor Stockholm Joy Division were signed up to attend the event.

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Our buddy Nima sent over a photo of the new Joy Division 2010 pro paintball jersey. Not exactly sure where this photo originated but its interesting never the less. For as long as we can remember Joy Division has been … Read More

According to CS@PBnation, DYE has expanded the sponsorship agreement with Joy Division. The team has been using DYE goggles and Rotor loaders, JOY Angel Fly markers, ANGEL airtime gear and eclipse pads. Croydon, United Kingdom (May 2009) – DYE Precision … Read More