This past week was the last time players could take advantage of All American Paintball Park’s great facilities, for the time being. As the Smart Parts proceedings continue, one may speculate as to how long until this field is back up and running. The All-American paintball park, is no longer taking private groups as of April 18th 2010. All future events have also been cancelled. Officials are expected to make their public announcement very shortly.
The Long Awaited Chicago Open 2009 Sunday Paintball Photos
Tradition holds for paintball tournaments in Chicago: winter weather stays strong up until the very day planes start landing and tossing paintball gear onto the baggage cars. When we arrived to the field on Tuesday it was apparent that we … Read More
[PPS] Weekend of September 12th & 13th
Welcome to the Pro Practice Schedule for the weekend of September 12th and 13th. 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 … Read More
Damage and Philly both win matches
Tampa Bay Damage put the stomp on the Bushwackers 7-0 this afternoon, not much to say about that one. The Seattle Naughty Dogs came out strong this morning defeating Impact 7-4, but did not manage to pull it out against … Read More
Update from Smart Parts regarding layoffs
As a follow up to yesterdays paintball news update that Smart Parts had laid off employees, we have an official press release from the company with statements from former All American pro paintball player Adam Gardner.