What is Paintball
Paintball is the fastest growing adventure sport in the world. Played over 200 counties in the world, this game is invented in U.S.A. Some big paintball leagues are there to promote this game to new heights. Paintball is a very good game as per corporate training tool prospect. Lots of strategy, team building & excitement involve in this.
Unlike other extreme sports like mountain climbing, motocross, stock car racing, sky diving, whitewater kayaking, paintball is the only extreme sport that gives you a high adrenaline rush without a risk of serious injury. It also does not require extensive training and has no barriers for gender, strength, or age. It is a challenging and exciting sport that teaches many valuable skills. The sport encourages youths and adults, and men and women to play together on teams. It encourages social interaction between younger players and adults and promotes equality between men and women. For these reasons, paintball is World’s fastest growing extreme sport.
Types of Games
There are many variations to the game, all of which are fun and exhilarating. The game most commonly played is Speedball Capture the Flag; this game involves teams using problem-solving skills to capture the opponent’s flag without getting tagged. Tagging is a direct hit by a paintball, anywhere on the body, which causes paint splat. If this occurs, the team player is out for that game. The key to winning the game of paintball is good teamwork and problem solving skills. You may have to overcome the challenges of being out numbered or having your own flag captured. If you don’t work as a team, you will not succeed in paintball. In fact, many large corporate businesses, youth groups, and families enjoy paintball to build teamwork skills.
How Do You Play
Although speedball is a team game usually involving 3, 5 or 6 players per team, it can also be played recreationally with more people for an even more intense experience. Speedball is normally characterized by a smaller playing field, bunkers, and a short game time. To succeed in this format one must gain individual skills and teamwork such as aggressive movement and non-stop communication. Because of the small size of the field and the small bunkers, both teams easily see each other, so this type of paintball is based on aggressiveness, marker handling, strategic movements, and communication.