Singapore’s Red Sevens capture the MPOC’s Division 2 Overall Title
Red Sevens (Singapore) has done Singapore proud once again by winning the final leg of the Malaysia Paintball Official Circuit (MPOC) 2011 Division 2 title. The Red Sevens paintball team has been instrumental in the promotion and development of paintball in Singapore since 2007 and a staunch supporter of paintball events in Asia. By winning the title in the final leg of the MPOC, the Red Sevens has also clinched the MPOC Division 2 Overall Series Champion making a historical feat as the first international team to win a series title in Malaysia. “On behalf of the team, I would like to thank our main sponsor Dye Precision Asia for supporting the team since our early formation. As part of the Dye Precision family, we are proud to represent Dye Precision in all paintball tournaments in the Asia region. The Red Sevens would not be as successful if not for the wonderful paintball gear that Dye has produced.” exclaimed Arthur Chan, Captain of the Red Sevens (Singapore).
The Red Sevens (Singapore) is Singapore’s first tournament paintball team which was formed in 2007. Paintball in Singapore would not be what it is today without the commitment and dedication that the Red Sevens has put into the development and promotion of Singapore paintball. Since formation, the Red Sevens has played in countries such as Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan and India. They became the first Singapore team to win the Paintball Asia League Series (PALS) Division 2 title during the Thailand Paintball International Championship 2010 held in Pattaya, Thailand. In 2008 and 2009, the team represented Singapore in the Asia NPPL Invitational Championship held in Malaysia and World Games 2009 held Kao Hsiung, Taiwan respectively. Members of the Red Sevens also found the Paintball Association (Singapore) in 2007 and Singapore’s premier paintball league, the Singapore Paintball Series which has now more than 400 players and up to 30 paintball teams in its database.