Posts Tagged Asia

Dye Asia Contest Winner

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

We had over three hundred entrants for Dye Asia’s i4 Goggle contest, and after a few days of guessing a winner has emerged.

Hope everyone had a great holidays, and keep checking the Dye Asia Facebook for more contests like this!

 

Team Duckside Grabs 2nd Place at 2012 World Cup Asia

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Dye would like to congratulate Team DUCKSIDE on their impressive performance at the 2012 World Cup Asia in Langkawi, Malaysia.

Duckside was lucky enough to pick up our entire 2013 line of products, including DM13 Markers, Rotors/i4 Goggles in the new ’13 color ways, and customized C13 pants and jerseys just before WCA; the biggest event of their season.

“Team DuckSide is grateful for Dye Precision’s support and for the new line of Dye products, especially the Dye DM13 that performed outstanding, was consistent, and gave Team DuckSide [a big] advantage over our competition” Duckside mentioned on their blog.

Team DuckSide’s 2012 Accomplishments:

1st Runner Up at WCA

2nd Runner Up at MPOC (Malaysia Paintball Official Circuit) 5th Leg

2nd Runner Up at WPPL (World Paintball Players League) 2nd Leg

Infernal & STK: 1-2 Finish at 2012 World Cup Asia

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

PALS never fails to put on a spectacular final event, with one of the classiest venues and extreme PR initiatives in paintball, the 2012 World Cup Asia on the island of Langkawi, Malaysia was a major success to say the least.

Dye is proud to announce that two of our flagship Asian teams, Team Infernal of Thailand and Team STK of Australia, met in the finals in Division 1 and brought both the gold and silver medals home to their trophy cases.  Both teams rolled through the prelims and kept their momentum going up until their epic finals match, which ended 4-2 in Infernal’s favor.

Infernal and STK not only competed at WCA, but also had the privilege of competing for the Inter Continental Cup, a division of it’s own that featured some of the most legendary teams in paintball like TonTon and Dynasty.  Despite the intense competition, Infernal finished strong with a fourth place finish, adding yet another accomplishment to their long list of success in the world of competitive paintball.  Congrats guys!

Infernal: WCA Champions Division 1, 1st overall in the PALS Series, and third runner up at the Inter Continental Cup

Facebook.com/InfernalTeam

STK: WCA 2nd Place Division 1, 2nd overall in the PALS Series

Facebook.com/STKAustralia

For more information on World Cup Asia visit www.paintballworldcupasia.com/

Photo credit goes to: Mary Walker

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All-Female Team Poison Ivy to Play Division 1 at World Cup Asia 2012

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

For the last 7 years, Team Poison Ivy has been gracing the paintball community with an attractive (and deadly) female roster, ready and willing to compete against any opponents that get put in front of them.  In 2012, Poison Ivy has made a few key pick ups that are going to help them compete against the worlds best at the 2012 World Cup Asia, including Karoline Seheim, Linda Graue, and their newest roster addition/coach Christopher Rønneberg from Drammen Solid.

“It is fun to see that in the last few years, the amount of females playing paintball is growing rapidly” mentions team co-founder Linn Andersen.  ”We attended WCA in 2011 and are excited to be back to the beautiful island of Langkawi and to experience what the organizers say will be even better then the last year. We didn’t think it would be possible to top last year’s event, but we’re sure that if anybody can do it, it’s the WCA organizers.”

What makes these girls different?  They know how to win.  ”We play smart, have very technically good players on the team, and have a good team spirit. All that and more are going to help us go all the way to the top during WCA.”

The 2012 Poison Ivy Roster:

Benedicte Rønneberg (Captain)

Linda Graue

Silje Eriksen

Linn Askevold

Guest players:

Freddie Brockdorff and Cecilia Rickardsson, our friends from FLCharms.

And last, but not least: our coach, and co-player this time, Christopher Rønneberg from Drammen Solid

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Want to find out more about Poison Ivy?  Check out their Facebook Page – Facebook.com/Team-Poison-Ivy

Watch out for these girls and their custom Reflexes and Dye Gear at the 2012 World Cup Asia in Langkawi!

 

Grammaton Clerics secure 2012 MPOC D2 Championship

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Ask any competitive paintball team what they want at the end of a season and their answer will always be this: “A Series Championship”.

by: The Grammaton Clerics

“Great news for the Clerics as this year we got the title handed to us on a silver platter… just by registering!  For some odd reason, our closest competitor Team Votolocos did not register for the event, which made us the champs. Of course that’s good, but being Grammaton Clerics, we did feel a wee bit dissappointed. We want the title, but we also like the challenge that normally comes with it.

As consolation for being guaranteed a series championship, we played even harder to get the gold at that event, which was held again at Xtion Paintball Park in Bukit Jalil.

After a difficult semi-finals match, we had made it to the finals and had a chance to take home not one, but two 1st place honors at this series finale.  The finals were long points. Both teams played cautiously and maintained their lanes well. We shot them off the break on a few occasions, but the mid-game-lockdown they deployed proved frustrating for our forwards. Our back line had to place accurate shots to tuck in their forwards while our snake and dorito inched to get the angles they need. We got the kills and led 2 – 1 with a bit more than a minute left of regulation time.

We were exhausted so we made one final push. As the seconds passed we were getting careless moving up and crossing shots.  Lost Boys tried to push snake side and reach the 50s, but our backs held their lanes and crossed it up to put their pace to a stop. As our friends and crew counted down the seconds, Lost Boys could not break our defense and at the horn the game was over. We got the championship trophy and also the gold medal to match.

It has been a long and hard season. We came in to the division as rookies and trained very hard every weekend to improve every aspect of our game. There were no shortcuts or discounts for our success and without the help of family, friends and sponsors we would not have made it this far, this quick. Coming to the end of the third year as a team we thank everyone who parted advice, words of wisdom and contributed directly or indirectly to the team. Our success is as much as yours as it is ours, and we really appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts.

What’s next? There is WCA and that D2 PALS title we have been had our eyes on. For now… we will see you in Langkawi World Cup Asia! Stop by and say hello. We won’t bite… promise.”

Images are courtesy of Mohammad Azzuddin & Dez of ResidentEvilChef.com

 

 

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