Welcome to Paintball
Paintball is a competitive team shooting game in which players prevent opponents from playing by hitting them with spherical dye-filled gelatin capsules (“paintballs”) that break on impact.
Paintball is usually shot using a low-energy air weapon called a paintball marker that is powered by compressed air (nitrogen) or carbon dioxide and is basically used to mark trees and cattle from afar. Was designed for
The game was initially developed for recreation in May 1981, but is now often played at a formal sports level with organized tournaments consisting of 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. Paintball markers may play a role in the riot response and non-suppression of dangerous suspects. [Citation needed]
Games can be played in different sizes of indoor or outdoor areas. A playing field is dotted with natural or artificial terrain, which players use for tactical cover.
Game types and goals vary, but may include removing the flag, eradicating, attacking or attacking a particular point or area, or capturing objects of interest hidden in the game area. Depending on the version played, games can last from minutes to hours or even days in “scenario play”.
The validity of paintball varies between countries and regions. In most areas where regulated play is offered, players are required to wear protective masks, use barrel blocker protection equipment, and strictly enforce safe game rules.