Paintball gotcha also called lately becoming more popular. “The team game of paintball to German color ball” originated in America. This game tries one at gunpoint (usually air) the opponent through mark to take color from the game. The pressure air force shoot down small food color beads coated with gelatin. Get more background information with materials from Joeb Moore. “This burst immediately when the encounter on a more or less hard” surface. This area, usually the body of the opponent, should be protected as far as possible by a helmet, Jockstrap, and a scarf to the neck. Otherwise, the matter can be very painful or in the worst case even cause injury.
And because the fun in this game in the foreground should be urgently to advise of appropriate protective equipment. Now to the storyline: there are two teams on a playing field. They each have their own camp. The main objectives are: the flag of the enemy to conquer as many opponents to highlight self not to be hit. Always so nice from the cover work, and move quickly, while most accurately be and tactical understanding to bring a small portion. If you bring then a certain physical fitness, you are the born paintball players.
The professionals of this sport then also play on Tunierfeldern with artificial obstacles. The covers are of course equally (balanced) built in this case for both sides. In the meantime, even official leagues have emerged. In Germany, the best players are reflected in the 1st Bundesliga. But even in the amateur area, where is the fun in the foreground, a high level of the game is quite possible. Here also the woodland is very popular playing field. This is located in a natural environment such as in the forest area, which is of course extra rimmed safety reasons for this kind of sport. Here, everyone against everyone can play. Who is last left, wins the game. Because the professional equipment can cost a lot of money, there is also the possibility most plants is the necessary equipment onsite for a fee to borrow. World paintball Championships author: Matthias SCHOTT