About Paintball

Paintball is a competitive team shooting sport in which players eliminate opponents from play by hitting them with spherical dye-filled gelatin capsules ("paintballs") that break upon impact. Paintballs are usually shot using a low-energy air weapon called a paintball marker that is powered by compressed air (nitrogen) or carbon dioxide.The game was initially developed in the 1980s for recreation, but now is frequently played at a formal sporting level with organized competition that involves major tournaments, professional teams, and players.Paintball technology is also used by military forces, law enforcement, paramilitary and security organizations to supplement military or other training.

Rules

  1. Players eliminate each other from the game by hitting their opponents with a paintball that breaks upon impact and leaves them visibly marked with paint. Rules on how big a paint mark must be to count as a hit vary, but a paint mark from a paintball that breaks on some other object before striking a player, referred to as splatter, generally does not count as a hit. Once a player has been marked, they are eliminated from the game.
  2. Most fields consider hits on any body part, clothing, gear, or object the player is carrying or wearing as an elimination
  3. If a player is uncertain whether a mark they have received is a valid hit or not, the player should ask a referee or a nearby teammate to determine whether or not the player has a valid hit.
  4. Players may also be eliminated from the game due to a penalty, such as stepping out- of - bounds or leaving the starting station prior to the beginning of game.
  5. A player within a certain distance of an unaware opponent, usually 10 to 15 feet, should offer the unaware player's surrender by yelling "Surrender!" before they may open fire.

Elimination Description

  • Players are divided into two teams. The two teams start at opposite ends of the playing field. The object of the game is to eliminate your opponents before they eliminate your team.
  • A player is considered eliminated when a paintball breaks on them, leaving behind a paint mark.

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