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PSP Paintball World Cup

Oct 20-23, 2011, Fantasy of Flight - Polk City, FL


Paintball World Cup started in 1992 as a Pro/Am event in the state of New York. It quickly became a part of the original NPPL tournament series and was relocated to Kissimmi, Florida, just south of Orlando, where International travel is easy and there are a host of activities for family members joining teams for the trip. When the event's promoter, Jerry Brain joined in with other promoters to form Paintball Sports Promotions (PSP) World Cup began benefitting from the pooled resources used to run not just one but a series of events. Having moved between various locations in the Orlando area, including Disney World's Wide World of Sports, Paintball World Cup re-settled at Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, about 45 minutes drive west of the Orlando area. Hosting a collection of vintage aircraft, Fantasy of Flight has something World Cup needs - space. With plenty of room for parking, and large grass fields with more than enough space for ten tournament paintball fields and the trade show that has become the tradition for annual product launches in the paintball industry.

As the final tournament of the PSP season, Paintball World Cup represents not only the chance to grab a prestigious World Cup trophy, but also the last chance to earn points towards the league's annual championship. See how the teams are ranking HERE. The competition was of course fierce, with 273 teams signing on to battle it out in 12 different formats and divisions.



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