Welcome to the Pro Practice Schedule for the weekend of September 19th and 20th. For those of you whom are tuning in for the first time, the PPS is a series of updates in which we showcase the professional teams preparations leading up to the next major event. We do our best to provide the inside scoop on who, and most importantly, where your favorite Pro paintball team is playing in the weekends leading up to major events.

Read on for the latest news from some of the best pro paintball teams Aftershock, Aftermath, Damage, the Hurricanes, Mutiny and several others. You won’t believe who Dynasty ran into on the way to the Millennium Campaign Cup.

  • Chicago Aftershock is flying down to practice X-ball against San Diego Aftermath at Camp Pendleton Paintball Park in Oceanside, CA. Playing separately will be LA Infamous and Dynasty Entourage who are both said to be running team drills.
  • Tampa Bay Damage will be practicing at their home field Central Florida Paintball in Lakeland, FL. They will be scrimmaging Fierce in preparations for the upcoming PSP World Cup.
  • Indianapolis Mutiny will be practicing 7-man for the NPPL series finale. The team will be playing at Asylum Extreme Paintball in Louisville, KY so if your in the area, be sure to stop by and say hello.
  • After several weekends of back to back practices, the New England Hurricanes as a team are taking the weekend off. Last weekend, the ‘Canes competed against the All Americans at Fox 4. A weekend “off” isn’t what it seems as several of the ‘Canes will be representing their team and sponsors elsewhere. Brian Gigliotti and Billy Bernacchia will be joining the Upton 187 Crew and competing in the NAX Championships while teammate Mark Lancia will be in Puerto Rico hosting a paintball clinic.
  • Team USA will be competing across the pond in this weekends Millennium Campaign Cup being held in London. Representing San Diego Dynasty will be Yosh Rau, Ryan Greenspan, and LJ Schwarz. Joining the Dyna-cats will be JC Whittington, Justin Rabackoff, and Chris Designor from Arsenal and Frank Connell from Avalanche. The team is currently ranked 3rd in the paintball series. While the team was traveling to the event, Yosh ended up sitting next to Richard Dreyfuss and Frank ran into Bobby Knight in the security line.


Playing regularly since 1997. Competed in local, regional, national and international paintball series. Founded and lead Long Beach State to a National Collegiate Championship victory. Proudly banned from the NPPL after legitimately winning a 5 on 1. Have since made it a hobby to promote paintball and at the same time make a point to call out paintball industry shenanigans and those that intentionally impede the growth of paintball. Welcome to