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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Sarawak to host paintball tourney

ATTRACTIVE cash prizes amounting to RM40,000 are up for grabs in the inaugural Sarawak Chief Minister’s Cup 2010 Paintball Tournament.

The tournament, the biggest in Borneo, is organised by Borneo Paintball Sports Club in collaboration with the Social Development and Urbanisation Ministry. It will be take place at the Jubilee Ground in Kuching on Oct 30 and 31.

The champions in the Open Division (Pro) will walk away with RM8,000 plus a trophy, medals, free Sarawak Cup 2011 registration fee and five boxes of paintballs.

The first runners-up will receive RM5,000, medals and free Sarawak Cup 2011 registration fee.

Popular sport: Borneo Paintball Sports Club liaison officer Paul Ajah (left) and Soedirman checking out a paintball gun during the press conference in Kuching. Emergency drill at Kuching airport

In the Amateur Division (Semi-Pro), the champions will receive RM6,000 plus a trophy, medals, free Sarawak Cup 2011 registration fee (Open Division) and five boxes of paintballs, while the first runners-up will receive RM4,000, medals plus free Sarawak Cup 2011 registration fee (Open Division).

In the Rookie Division (New), the champions will receive RM3,000 plus a trophy, medals, free Sarawak Cup 2011 registration fee (Amateur Division) and five boxes of paintballs, while the first runners-up will get RM2,000 plus medals and free Sarawak Cup 2011 registration fee (Amateur Division).

Speaking at a press conference yesterday, organising co-chairman Soedirman Aini said the tournament was aimed at promoting extreme sports and unearthing new talents from the younger generation and provide local paintball players the opportunity to compete in major tournaments.

Borneo Paintball Sports Club liaison officer Paul Ajah said that 35 teams of seven people had registered for the tournament including teams from Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Sabah.

“We even have top players in the Malaysia National Paintball League coming to compete. We hope to attract international players next year and this will be good for our tourism sector,” he said.

He added that paintball was a hit among Americans and Europeans with more than 10 million players while in Malaysia there were about 10,000.

Note: Story and photo by ZORA CHAN (The Star)

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Cyberjaya Paintball Championship League (CPCL) - 23-24 Oct 2010 Results & Conclusions

Here's the official results of the recent concluded CPCL 4th Leg in Cyberjaya. COngratulations to all the winners.

Open Division

Novice Division

1on1 Bonus Round (Open Div)

1on1 Bonus Round (Novice Div)

Prelim Ranking (Pool Money winners)

Open Div (RM2600)
CMX -10%

Novice Div (RM1500)
REJIMEN 66 -25%

Sorry for the late posting. Better late than never ;) Thanks Inche Badrul for the info.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Justin Rabackoff Paintball Clinic

Looks like its confirmed that we'll be having Justin Rabackoff Paintball Clinic right before the World Cup Asia. Justin has won many Pro events and is currently playing with Russian Legion (PSP), Tamapa Bay Damage (NPPL) and Frankfurt Syndicate (CPL).


Justin "J-Rab" Rabackoff
Birthdate: October 6, 1988
Hometown: Washington DC
Pro Experience: 4 years
Total Years Playing: 11 years

I got involved in my paintball because of my Dad, Steve Rabackoff – legendary, old school, original Avalanche paintball player and Coach. I was lucky enough to be around some of the great paintball players as I grew up, watching and learning from the best. In 1998, I played in my first event with a team called Ham & Cheese – the Great Western Series at Camp Pendleton in San Diego. In 2004, I started my first true Xball team - D.C Devastation. Coached by my dad. My brother, Brandon Rabackoff also played with me. We won our 1st event in 2005!

At the end of 2005, D.C Devastation broke up. I went on to try out for and made the team - Sacramento XSV. I played with XSV at a time when they were one of the best teams in the world. World Cup 2005 was my first tournament playing with them. We finished second place to dynasty. The following year I joined Team Infamous. That was a great time in my career.

In 2007, I did something most pro players would not do I went back down to Division 2 to play with Team Nasty. My dad was coaching and my brother was playing on the team. I got to take a year off from being a pro. I was able to play with my friends and my brother. Taking a step back to play with Nasty helped me work on my leadership ability.

At the end of 2007, I received a chance to tryout for the Russian Legion. I was one of ten players competing for three positions. I earned a spot on the team playing the snake side. I was off to a slow start in 2008. I was trying to learn the Russian Legion’s winning skills. I continued to work hard. My hard work paid off, I made the first team in the middle of the year. I was also playing in the NPPL 7-man series with D.C Arsenal Evolution, semi-pro 7-Man team. In the two years that I played with DC Arsenal, we won seven out of nine events.

Splat Magazine named me the “2009 Paintball Player of the Year.” I also made their “Ultimate 7-man team.” These are amazing awards that were only possible with the help and support of my many talented teammates.

In 2010, I joined Tampa Bay Damage for the NPPL 7-man series. I also joined Frankfurt Syndicate for the European Millennium series. I currently play with the Russian Legion for PSP Xball’s “Race to 7.”

My successful career and accomplishments are only possible because of the continued support and encouragement from the many people in my life: Jon Richardson, Rusty Glaze, Sergey Leontiev, Brian Fow, Kevin Rudulph, Tom Fore,G-no Benedicto, my Russian Legion coaches, Nicky Cuba, Alex Fraige, Ryan Greenspan and most importantly my dad.

Career Achievements

3rd Place Frankfurt Syndicate Millennium Series 3rd place overall
1st Place NPPL Pro Overall Champions Tampa Bay Damage
1st Place NPPL Las Vegas Championships
1st Place PSP Mid-Atlantic Open
2nd Place Millennium Series London England
1st Place NPPL DC Challenge 7-Man
1st Place NPPL Chicago Open 7-Man
3rd Place Millennium Series Bitberg, Germany
3rd Place Millennium Series Malaga, Spain

1st Place Russian Legion Overall PSP World Series Champions
1st Place PSP World Cup Champions Russian Legion
1st Place PSP Chicago Open
1st Place Millennium Series Antalya, Turkey
2nd Place Millennium Series Paris, France
1st Place Millennium Series Bitberg, Germany
1st Place NPPL 7-man semi-pro Huntington Beach, California
1st Place NPPL 7-man West Coast Open
1st Place NPPL 7-man DC Challenge
1st Place 7-man Super 7 Perth, Australia

1st Place 7-man Overall Champions Semi-Pro
1st Place NPPL 7-man semi-pro Huntington Beach, California
1st place NPPL 7-man semi-pro Jacksonville, Florida
1st Place NPPL 7-man semi-pro Buffalo, New York
1st Place NPPL 7-Man semi-pro San Diego, California

1st Place 7-Man Commanders Cup Semi-Pro

2nd Place PSP World Cup Pro

Monday, October 11, 2010

The Energizer Night Strike Event

The Energizer Night Strike will be the first-of-its-kind among paintball tournaments in Malaysia, and possibly in Asia.

  • Unlike other night paintball games, the Energizer Night Strike features 7-minute ‘speedball’ rounds incorporating a ‘capture the flag’ scenario, played completely in the dark with only ultraviolet ...(UV) lighting and glow-in-the-dark paintballs to complement Energizer’s new Energy Beam image.
  • Players and spectators stand to be treated to a visual feast of neon colours, fast-paced action and adrenaline with the glow-in-the-dark pellets, uniforms and props.
  • Will be held throughout January next year, with games happening every weekend leading to the finals at the end of the month.
  • Registration is RM300 per person for teams of 10 with prizes of RM20,000, RM10,000 and RM5,000 for teams placed first, second and third respectively.
  • Participation is expected from all over Malaysia and the world.
  • Details of the Energizer Night Strike will be announced soon and can be found here:

Visit their facebook page here

Screenshot from the website

Note: Something definitely interesting coming up next year.

Friday, October 08, 2010

MSL 2010 this weekend!

Malaysia Super Lite 2010 is happening this weekend at MAPAAC Padang Astaka, Petaling Jaya. It's a Race to 3 format. Organized by NEMESIS PAINTBALL CLUB (NPC) & The Malaysian National Paintball League (MY-NPL, its the second edition Super Lite Race to 3 in 13 minutes tournament format.

MSL'10 Information

8th - 9th - 10th October 2010
1400hrs to 1900hrs Friday (Field Walking)
2000hrs to 2130hrs Friday (Team's Captain Meeting)
0800hrs to 1800hrs Friday (Site closes at 2030hrs)
0800hrs to 1700hrs Sunday (Finals held on-site at approx. 1700hrs)

Malaysian Paintball Academy (MAPAAC), Kompleks Sukan Astaka, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

For more info on ISSC'10 contact: -
Nemesis Paintball Club @ (+6) 013-271 0054 (Awe), 012-322 5280 (Loco)
or Mr. Sofian Daud (MY-NPL Tournament Director)
H/P: 016-332 3337, E-mail:

The MSL'10 is supported by the presenters of The Malaysian National Paintball League (MY-NPL)!

Thursday, October 07, 2010

MPOC 2010 - After the Finale

The final leg of MPOC 2010 finally rolled down its curtains last weekend. MPSJ Stadium in Subang Jaya provided a great backdrop to a finale that everyone is waiting for. The field was in excellent condition even after heavy downfall the night before and in the morning of the first day. The track side provided alot of cool shades and dry ground for players area. The grandstand offered a unobstructed view of both fields and spectators gets to enjoy the weekend watching good paintball from a covered stands.

The new scoreboard was introduced first time in the final leg and it added a different dimension to the game. Especially Division 1 players where time is always a factor. It felt good to always know the current score, time left and time break in between. It helped alot on your strategy and gameplan. The scoreboard works beautifully on the first day. The distinct sound of game buzzer helps the game to start much efficietly. Somehow on Sunday morning, the scoreboards wasn't working and we had to resort back to manual scoring. But they got it back to work soon and everything was smooth sailing.

Another point of interest was that Thailand's team Infernal made their debut in this final leg of MPOC. They were expecting to give everybody a run for their money since they have been performing consistently in Malaysia for the past few years. Winners of ISSC 2010 and World Cup Asia 2008, surely that are the team to be expected to be in the finals. In their way, Macdev Ronin, X-Fox and Demonz Red were fighting for the overall Championship with only ONE point difference between them.

As expected, Infernal made it into the semis along with Ronin, X-Fox and Demonz. This promises a great matchup between Ronins vs Infernal and X-Fox vs Demonz. Demonz brushed aside the Foxes to reach the final while Ronins beat Infernal. In the finals, Demonz edged Ronins slightly to take home the win and the overall Championship. Heartbreak for Macdev Ronins, as the have been leading the MPOC rankings up till the end but only lost out the title only from a countback. Getting into four finals in a season was a huge achievement and they showed remarkably high consistency finishes.

I could never praise enough on the amount of upgrades that have been poured into MPOC. This year, they have invested heavily in the Sup'Air Arenas and new venues. Now with fill stations in each pit area and a spanky new LED Scoreboard for X-Ball type games, it can only get better towards World Cup Asia. Despite all of these, one thing that weren't consistent enough was of course the refereeing. I had to find out the hard way and we had some really poor refereeing made against us while other teams got off lightly. I also noticed that with there weren't enough referees to cover the action especially Division 1 games and sometimes players get pulled out very late or nothing happened at all. Spectators also saw that some calls can be made easily and straightforward had the referees were more alert to spot the hit.

In future events, I hope more referees will be placed in the semis and finals game of Division 1 and 2. It's already hard enough to play against any Divsion 1 team and when you have calls went the wrong way cause of zero alertness, that is just heartbreaking. PC Trauma was one of the victim and they subsequently shied away from this leg. Our friends from STK Australia, told us of how one Malaysian team with their notorious reputation made it all the way there. But they came anyway for some good time with us and they did! They enjoyed the atmosphere, field and the whole Malaysian hospitality. We'll be seeing them again this November - as the enemy!

A big shout out to team sponsors and friends: Macdev, PBFashion, Napshot, TAG Paintball, Sabah Paintball Association, PALS and not to forget Rock N' Rollas for pitting and coaching whenever they can, friends and family. We also took best team for East Malaysia Region; Sabah represent - Boleh bah kalau kau! And last but not least, Desmond Foo (residentevilchef) for those wonderful photos!

Action photos by and Bob Tahar.

Monday, October 04, 2010

MPOC 2010 - Event 5 - Results & Conclusions

Here are the results of the recent concluded the Finale MPOC 2010, at MPSJ Stadium, Subang Jaya. Congratulations to all the winners.

Division 1
1st - Demonz Red
2nd - Macdev Ronin
3rd - Infernal
4th - X-Fox

Division 2
1st - Kai Fan Killerz
2nd - Jokerz
3rd - Red Sevens
4th - Urban X

Division 3
1st - Demonz Lucifer X
2nd - Hammer Zero
3rd - Grammaton Clerics
4th - Zoo

Division 4
1st - KSK Flash
2nd - Kejahatan 1
3rd - Prolintas Legion X
4th - Bukit Tempur Tigers

Overall Series MPOC 2010

Div 1 : Demonz Red
Div 2 : Eastsiderzz
Div 3 : Hammer Zero
Div 4 : KSK Flash

I'll add some more posts later today.

As usual, you can visit for event photos. Give it a few days for all the photos to be up.