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Shoot Dye CG Paintballs at the 2013 PSP West Coast Open!

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Shooting Dye CG Paintballs at a PSP Event is easy.  E-mail Paint@DyePrecision.com with your:

1. Team Name

2. Division

3. Approximate number of cases needed

Leave the rest to us!

Don’t forget to ask about the Dye Podium Program to find out how your team can win FREE paint at the 2013 PSP West Coast Open!

 

2013 PSP Chicago Open Video

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013


Check out Dye’s latest video from the 2013 PSP Chicago Open at CPX Sports!

Featured Dye Teams:

-LA Ironmen

-Tampa Bay Damage

-Toulouse TonTon

-Chattanooga CEP

-San Jose Royalty

-New Jersey Wolfpack

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Minor League Paintball 2013 Summer Shootout Results

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

MiLP 2013 Summer Shootout Results

Chattanooga, TN-

36 teams competed this past weekend at Minor League Paintball’s Summer Shootout, the third event of the series. The tournament was held at Central Alabama Paintball Park in Alabaster, AL, just outside Birmingham, AL. The weather was perfect and the competition was fierce, with several teams in each division fighting not only for the tournament win, but also for the Series Championship and free entry and 20 cases of paint at the PSP’s World Cup in Orlando at the end of the season. Dye Paintball provided 5 i4 Masks and 5 Rotors to add to the cash and additional prizes.

Division 3 saw some amazing matches, including the Kastaways vs. Pappa Squat match that came down to a one on one shootout with the first teams to score 2 points winning. Pappa Squat was able to pull out the match and went on to beat 65 Astronauts in the finals to win the tournament. Final results in D3 are: Pappa Squat 1st, 65 Astronauts 2nd, P.C. Katana 3rd and Kastaways 4th. Final Results in D4 are: BKS 1st, Midsouth Outlaws 2nd, Atlanta Rising 3rd and New Class Killers 4th. Final results in D5 are: Pr1me Minionz 1st, Katana Guntai 2nd, O.G. Syndicate 3rd and Axis Red 4th.

Registration for 2013 River Jam: http://www.paintball-players.org/cgi-bin/signup.cgi?LID=142&EID=2681

View a complete list of the Summer Shootout scores here: http://www.paintball-players.org/scores/L142/E2680/scores/index.html

MiLP League Standings: http://www.paintball-players.org/scores/L142/seasonrankings2013.html

Get your boys together and come play the best tournament series in the Southeast. Be sure to get your team signed up as soon as possible for the 2013 River Jam event. We can only take a limited about of teams and we will sell out in a couple of the divisions.

Connect with Minor League Paintball on Facebook here – https://www.facebook.com/minorleaguepaintball

 

Dye CG Paint & Podium Program Available to all Teams at PSP Chicago!

Friday, May 31st, 2013

 

Have you shot the Dye paint?

Join the ranks of the already successful teams shooting Dye CG in the PSP, including: Tampa Bay Damage, LA Ironmen, Toulouse TonTon, Chattanooga CEP, San Jose Royalty & San Diego Aftermath.

For pricing info and to find out more about the DYE Podium Program e-mail Paint@DyePrecision.com

 

 

TonTon Win Back-to-Back Millennium Series Events

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

TonTon are back on top.

After a win at the 2013 European Masters Millennium Series event TonTon are currently the #1 ranked professional paintball team in Europe, as well as an elite member of the PSP Champions Division.  With five more PSP/Millennium tournaments left to go in the 2013 season,  how great of a year can the TonTon have?  For this team… the sky is the limit.

Here are some words from Loic Voulot of TonTon after their win at Millennium Series Event #2 – The European Masters in Bitburg, Germany:

“After winning the first Millenium event in Frejus, getting qualified for the Champions Division at PSP Dallas, kept our spot at MAO, we have won again last weekend at the second Millenium event in Germany!

Winning 2 events in a raw is never easy, especially this season. The Millenium Series level has been increased by three US teams, the two Russians teams are strong as usual, and none of the 16 CPL teams are easy to play.

During this german event, as at the first one in France, we had to beat all three of those PSP teams to win the tournament.

The first day of the event was kind of strange for us. Pascal Hausser (our team coach) and Fabrice Colombo (our team captain) were not there.  Their flight was delayed but we managed to play strong paintball against Outrage, then Heat, finishing the day with a 2-0.

Playing sunday is always a good reward, but it can be a disappointed day too if you don’t do the job or play well.

In the quarter finals we played against Infamous. We lost the first nine minute point which had Infamous leading 0-1, but then we scored one point, then an other, and won this game 4-1.

Our semi final game was against Impact, a close game where we managed to keep control on the canadian team to go to the final 4-3.

After three days of the tournament, we played against Heat for the second time.  Heat was leading 4-2 at 1 min 17 before the end of the game, forcing us to score 2 quick points to equalize then a third 17 second point to win this final. We did it, final score 5-4.  To score 3 points in a min to Heat prove that the team is able to play on different rhythms, slow or fast regarding what is needed.

The CG paint, shot by the DM13 was absolutely perfect, brittle and accurate, for sure a BIG part of this win.

What a great 2013 season start for the team! If we want to be considerate as a world class team, we need to confirm those good results in Chicago during the next PSP event. This is why we’ll practice hard for the next four weeks.

Thanks to all the people rooting for us.

TonTon 4 Ever ” – Loic Voulot

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