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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Paintball Manager - Web based paintball game (Season 10)

I have reviewed this game before and since then it has getting alot of attention from Malaysian ballers. Not to mention from other Asian countries as well such as Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines.

As at the time of this posting, the total Malaysian teams stands at 116. In a few days time when season 10 starts, inactive managers and teams will be remove. Previously I tried to get as many Malaysian teams to get registered so we can have our own national league, and it has become a reality! Thank you guys. We made it the first season and we already have the winners.

Those that played this game would also know that the first World League has already started and Malaysia finished first in the World League: Division 1.2 and earned a spot in the Championship Series against the World's best.

So, if you haven't join the game like us here, what are you waiting for? If its too hard at the moment you can always ask any of the Malaysian team's manager. I'm sure you'll get the help you need. If you want to read the review of this game in detail, here's the page -->

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Public Hearing Regarding The Formation Of The Malaysia Paintball Federation

The Public Hearing For The Formation Of The Malaysia Paintball Federation / Sesi Pendengaran Awam Berhubung Penubuhan Persatuan Paintball Malaysia

To All Site Operators/Owners, Vendors and Team Captains,

The Public Hearing For The Formation Of The Malaysia Paintball Federation / Sesi Pendengaran Awam Berhubung Penubuhan Persatuan Paintball Malaysia will be held on the 25th Feb. 2010.

To all paintball field operators/owners, vendors and paintball team captains (speedball/recball), please send 2-3 representatives to the public hearing for the formation of the Malaysia Paintball Federation. Please find below further details regarding the date, time and venue:

Date: 25th February 2010
Time: 10.00AM till 5.00PM
Venue: Dewan Perdana Institusi Sukan Negara

Please click the link below for more details:

Note: This is interesting. Let's see if this can get the all paintball promoters/organizer together in shaping the future of our sport.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Cyberjaya Paintball Championship League (CPCL) - 6 - 7 Mac 2010

Date: 6th ~ 7th Mac 2010
Place : Cyberjaya Sports Arena

GPS coordinates:

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Tournament type : League
Field type : grass field
Categories : Novice & Open
Format : v3.2 (novice) & v5.2 (open)
Bonus round : 1-on-1 knock-off game among quarterfinalist
Marker : house marker (novice only), open (open)
Shooting mode : USPL (uncapped) & PSP/Millenium mode (15bps)

The Prize
novice v3.2
1st place - medal + RM15001 + 30% fo winners' pool2
2nd place - medal + RM1000 + 25% of winners' pool
3rd place - medal + RM500 + 15% of winners' pool
4th place - medal + free registration to next leg + 10% of winners' pool
5th place - 5% of winners' pool
6th place - 5% of winners' pool
7th place - 5% of winners' pool
8th place - 5% of winners' pool

Open v5.2
1st place - medal + RM3000 + 30% fo winners' pool
2nd place - medal + RM2000 + 25% of winners' pool
3rd place - medal + RM1000 + 15% of winners' pool
4th place - medal + free registration to next leg + 10% of winners' pool
5th place - 5% of winners' pool
6th place - 5% of winners' pool
7th place - 5% of winners' pool
8th place - 5% of winners' pool

Bonus round
1-on-1 knock-off winner gets 1 box of paint

1-bigger prize is possible IF more bigger sponsors & contributors joining in
2-winners' pool - RM100@RM200 x number of participating teams in novice@open category respectively
*cash prizes will be deducted 20% if 10 or less team participating

Novice v3.2
RM500.00 (inclusive of 1bx paint)

Open v5.2
RM700.00 (inclusive of 1bx paint)

28th Feb 2010

Novice - D4 & below only
Open - anybody also can lah

*tourney roster - up to 10 players allowed for both category


ID Tags
Players - RM25 (per season)
Crew - RM40 (per season, limit to 2 crews per team)
*also valid for Werdna Hol Cup (WHC) as long as same team

Miss Fifi - 016 337 9373

Tourney is brought to u by werdnahol sportz & will be covered by as the official broadcaster

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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Paintball in the New Sunday Times

Paintball is more than just a casual sport, writes MAX KOH

Armed with jerseys, masks and guns — oops, markers — a bunch of guys and girls entered the field with one goal. Like Jason Bourne, they were out to get the enemy, and not get eliminated. One shot and the person is down on the ground.

No, it’s not a computer game played tamely at the desk, but something far more exciting — paintball. The pain of getting hit is very real.

Once considered a casual sport, played on weekends and during team-building sessions for corporations, paintball is getting serious.

The recent Paintball World Cup Asia (WCA) organised by PALS Events saw more than 118 teams from 40 countries descending on Bukit Jalil last November.

Local teams such as Dark Angels and Rock’n’Rolla have a strict weekly practice regime and have competed in international tournaments. “There are 12 million serious paintball players in the world. Today, the game is played in 104 countries,” says Amber Wong, the head of media and promotions for PALS Events, and a member of paintball team Rock’n’Rolla.

Paintball is a competitive sport where players in teams eliminate each other by shooting paint pellets at each other using a special gun called a paintball marker. The game can take place indoor or outdoor, with natural or artificial terrain.

There are two game variants — speedball and recball.

Recball is a military-type game played in a natural setting such as a jungle. The players reenact actual military situations and settings such as Black Hawk Down.

Speedball is played in a confined playing field with inflatable bunkers and an equal number of players on each side.

“This makes for a fast-paced game and is a popular format for competitive paintball. WCA and the local leagues follow this type,” says Nicholas Chan, captain of Dark Angels.

“Winning a game is dependent on these factors as well as employing the right marking techniques.” The WCA saw the teams competing in four divisions, each separated by the level of skills. “There are no rules to stop rookies joining the first division (called Elite) but they cannot join the lower divisions after that,” adds Chan.

Team Hostile Intentions from Australia took home the grand prize for the first division at the WCA last year.

The tournament also saw the teenage team Vindicated clinching seventh place in the Fourth Division. Many believe that paintball is an expensive sport. “For rookies, most equipment and gear are provided in a game and it costs between RM100 and RM200 for a team of five to 10 players,” says Chan.

For serious paintballers, there are two paintball leagues to join in Malaysia: Malaysian Paintball Official Circuit (MPOC) and Malaysia National Paintball League (NPL). The two differ in format, organisation, playing styles and have their own set of teams. The MPOC leads to the World Cup Asia (WCA).

“The WCA was established five years ago to cater to the local needs for a tournament. It is the only tournament of its standard in Asia,” says Wong.

The 2010 season of the Malaysian Paintball Official Circuit kicked off on Jan 23-24 at the Xtion Paintball Park, Kompleks Sukan Negara, Bukit Jalil.

The tournament leads up to the World Cup Asia 2010. Over 60 teams are in the first leg, vying for RM50,000 in cash and goods to be won throughout the season, Says Wong: “It’s like being part of an action film. The adrenaline rush is addictive.” To find out more about the sport and the leagues, visit or You can also call Allan Phang (019-6667932, 012-3062583, or Amber Wong (012-3345630,

*Article from New Sunday Times.

Monday, February 08, 2010

How many 'licensed' operators are out there?

So I've been told that there are only a few licensed paintball operators here in the Klang Valley. And there are a few more in other states. Not sure who they are? You can start by asking at your favourite place.

Is your regular hangout is 'legit'? No harm in asking right? It's your right to know.

If they can't give you a definitive answer, maybe it's time to take your business elsewhere. Then please share with others of your findings here. Maybe we could compile a list of 'legit' operators for all to see. Would it be an awesome 'list' to have for the new year

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