San Diego Dynasty have won the 2020 NXL World Cup. The team faced off against San Antonio X-Factor and won the tournament on the back on Golden Barrel winner, Finals MVP and Event MPV Ryan Greenspan. This is Dynasty’s 20th professional season.
The first Ultimate Shoutout is almost in the books, and as we wrap up the first event the 2nd round of players are being announced. The upcoming Ultimate Shoutout will features: Nick Slowiak, Chad Bouchez, Cody Mickowski, Fred Berkley, TJ Danner, Harrison Frye, Colt Roberts and Jeremy Zimmerman. The first event was all Texas guys, this time around the lineup is a little bit more diverse there are players from all over the US.
Grief spread across the paintball community today as news spread of Tim Montressor passing. Through Tim’s years playing professionally with teams like the Philly Americans and Tampa Bay Damage Tim’s got to live his passion for paintball every day.
GoSports are up to to something new. GoSports entire business model centers around the NXL, the NXL holds pro paintball tournaments and GoSports broadcasts them. With the NXL canceling events GoSports had to do something to keep its current subscribers happy, so they birthday the Ultimate Shootout.
Like every year the pro paintball season was packed with roster changes. We say Dynasty, Impact, Infamous, Ironmen, and nearly every other team makes changes, some major some not. We are going to cover just the top 5 roster changes in the NXL.
Stopped by Capital Edge for a quick peek at the pro paintball Seattle Thunder and Sacramento DMG practice.
I love pro paintball and I would love it to again reach the highest that it did in the early 2000s. I think by making some changes to the way we watch paintball, we could make it a little bit more fun to watch.