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Paintball Brings Its Show to Vegas
Las Vegas, NV—Paintball teams from all over the world battled for over $125,000 in cash and prizes in front of thousands of spectators at the NPPL Super 7 World Series.
The National Professional Paintball League presented the second of seven action sports events in the United States and Europe with top paintball teams competing for the 2003 World Series Championship. This unique event included a free concert headlined by B-Real from Cypress Hill and Everlast, as well as top teams from around the world competing against each other at
Sam Boyd Stadium.
The Las Vegas event showcased top professional and amateur teams from Russia, France, Sweden, Finland, Canada, Mexico, England and teams from across the United States including Hawaii and Alaska, all competing for over $125,000 in cash and prizes. Glenn Forester, owner of Warped Sportz Paintball in Los Angeles said, “I think the new NPPL Super 7 World Series
is just what paintball needs. It pits the best teams in the world, playing for one title, in the world’s best cities, for the most prize money.” Huntington Beach champions, Dynasty from San Diego, repeated their win in Las Vegas and took home top honors in the Professional Division along with a check for $20,000.
The year’s first event in Huntington Beach drew an estimated 60,000 spectators, and again in Las Vegas, thousands flocked to check out paintball, the third largest action sport in the world. The next stops for the NPPL Super 7 World Series are Chicago in June, France in July, New York in August, England in September and the grand finale, The Commanders Cup held in Miami, Florida this October.
For more information about the event, and articles about paintball, visit www.NPPL.tv or call (714) 536-9050.