DYE Precision’s factory team, the Los Angeles Ironmen, one of the world’s most successful and longest running professional paintball teams, is proud to announce the new addition of 28-year-old Corey Hall to the 2019 lineup.
Playing since age 15 and moving from Arizona to California three years ago to chase his dream of becoming a pro player, Corey’s drive in competitive paintball has fueled his relentless pursuit to climb to the top. With one season of professional paintball under his belt, Corey is eager to officially cement his position in the pro ranks and produce for the shield in 2019 with Team Ironmen.
Ironmen Coach, Todd Martinez, stated:
"Corey Hall is a second year pro with a high level of understanding for the game. His fundamentals are crisp and confident. Also, his swag is sleepy so you better keep your eyes open and stay woke. Finally, he has great leadership qualities. We are excited for his role on the team."
Corey Hall had this to say about joining such an iconic team:
“I can honestly say this is the most excited I’ve ever been to play paintball. To have the opportunity to wear the shield on my chest is a true honor. The legacy of the Ironmen and the history behind the name is one that everyone knows. I can’t wait to see what this team is going to accomplish together in 2019."
Ironmen Team Manager, Billy Wing, had this to comment:
“Corey Hall is a great pick up for the Ironmen. There is no question he can compete at the highest level, and his talents will be an absolute asset to the team. I am very excited to see Corey compete with the shield on his chest this year.”
Excited about using the line of DYE Paintball top performance gear, Corey Hall stated:
“The first national event I ever won was World Cup in 2009 wearing all red DYE gear and shooting a DM9. Now, 10 years later, I have the chance to walk out on the field again decked out head to toe in the best gear in the game, including the all-new DYE M3+ marker, DYE i5 Goggle System and DYE R2 Loader.”