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Dye team Moonwalkers win the first FPL!

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

March 22-23, 2014. The FPL “Federal Paintball League” was the first event of the year, in the city of Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires. The tournament had two division D4 and D5 with 8 teams per division

D4 Teams

Moonwalkers – Extasis – FTZ Crew – Overdose – Zorros – Redemtion – El Clan – Walking Dead

D5 Teams

Renegados – El Clan Army – Voodoo – TNT Crew – Tomacos – MCTV – TWD – FTZ Shadow

 

The event begun on Saturday with a Pro-Clinic from the hand of Marcello Margott, passing all his knowledge to the new players that attended the event. The prepared everyone for the battle they had ahead. With the clinic finished, the tournament began with the D5 division. All went smoothly and without any delay on day 1. Day 2 begun really early in the morning with the games from D4. The fist match was the Dye team Moonwalkers up FTZ Crew featuring Marcello Margott. After a close game, it ended in a tie.

Moonwalkers went to the semi-finals undefeated and had to play against FTZ Crew one more time. A tough gameplay from both of the teams resulted in a tie and an overtime game. But after a major penalty was assessed to FTZ Crew, they had to enter with 3 players and Moonwalkers take their place in the finals, winning 3 – 2 in overtime.

Final Standings

D4

1st Moonwalkers

2nd Zorros

3rd Redemtion

 

D5

1st Renegados

2nd Voodoo

3rd El Clan Army

Wrecking Crew Grabs 3rd Place at Perth Paintball League – Round 4

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013


New DYE Team Makes the Podium at Perth Paintball Round 4

photos by: www.wasppaintball.com.au

Wrecking Crew is a recent addition to DYE’s sponsored teams. We’re based at WASP Paintball in Perth, Western Australia.

A few weeks ago we played the 4th round of the Perth Paintball League. 2013 has been a strong year for us so far. We’ve been building on our cohesiveness as a team with our main attackers putting in work and our role players staying solid, allowing us to consistently place in the top 4 in the “Pro” division at these events.

A highlight game for us was close one against STK in which we prevailed. We lost our snake player on the break, but were able to fight back 4 bodies onto 5 to come away with the win.

The PPL is a round-robbin event with no finals. It relies a lot on just staying focused, playing it safe and minimizing mistakes. As the end of the tournament approached, Menace, STK and us were all tied, having lost 2 games each. All we had to do was win our final game of the day and the scoring system would grant us a hard-earned second place.

Our final game was against WASP, a group of experienced players, but they don’t practice a lot so you don’t know what you’re going to get when you play them. It was a long and close game almost going to time, but unfortunately they were able to pick us off and beat us, leaving Wrecking Crew with 3rd place.
We’ve like to thank DYE Paintball for our gear which was flawless at the event, and our home field WASP Paintball for their support.

-Wrecking Crew