What is PaintBall?
Paintball is a sport in which participants use compressed air guns called markers to shoot small balls of paint to other players. In essence it is a persecution complex game, as players are hit by paint balls during the game have to leave the game.
Normally in a game of paintball, two teams will try to eliminate all opposing players or complete an objective (such as capturing a flag or eliminating a specific player). A set of typical non-professional paintball game usually lasts fifteen minutes to half an hour. The Basic equipment needed to play paintball is not expensive (although the markers can be). The number of paintballs fired during a game varies from one player to another: some shoot hundreds, some a few and some fail to shoot all the time.
Since its inception, paintball has drawn a crowd of casual players or permanent. The Sporting Goods Manufacturer’s Association estimates that about 10 million Americans annually play paintball. The Insurance statistics show that paintball is one of the safest sports, even more than golf.
Paintball games can be played indoors or outdoors and take various forms, and some of the most popular are the scenario fields and speedball tournament. The rules vary widely from one form to another, most are being designed for participants to enjoy the game in a safe environment.