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WPF/ZAP Indoor Delta Challenge offers $75,000 purse and a new 10 Man competition

NASHVILLE, TN, May 5, 2001: The World Paintball Federation and Splat
1 Adventures announced today that the WPF/ZAP Indoor Delta Challenge
is offering $75,000 in cash and prizes and a new 10 - Man
competition, all inside a state-of-the-art Arena and Exposition
Center in Tunica, MS. Presented by Splat 1 Adventures and produced by
the WPF, the WPF/ZAP Indoor Delta Challenge is scheduled for July 13
-15, 2001. This 3 day, indoor event will consist of a consumer's
trade show; the new, open class, 10 - Man competition; as well as the
WPF regional 5 Man competition.

Hosted by the Paul Battle, Jr. Arena and Exposition Center in Tunica,
Mississippi, the WPF/ZAP Indoor Delta Challenge will provide teams
with a brand new, climatized, state-of-the-art, tournament facility,
including grandstands, skyboxes, ample field space, and secure
staging areas. Located near Tunica's famous casinos and theaters,
this facility offers all the amenities needed for a major indoor

Teams from across the U.S.A. will compete for $75,000 in cash and
prizes from paintball's leading manufacturers and distributors,
including Raven U.S.A., A.C.I., Indian Creek Designs, and National
Paintball Supply. As usual, ZAP Paintball, primary sponsor for all
WPF events, will be on hand to provide their ZAP Performance Plus
Tournament Paintballs, as well as to ensure the quality of every case

As part of it's commitment to meet the demands of it's members, the
WPF is introducing a new, open class, 10 - Man competition to the
traditional WPF 5 - Man format, for this event. Scheduled for Friday,
July 13, the 10 - Man competition will offer teams a shot at $10,000
in cash, prizes, and trophies. Participants in the 10 - Man
competition will compete indoors on 2 large concept fields.

 The 5 -Man competition, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, July 14
and 15, offers participating teams a $65,000 prize purse. Divided
into Amateur, Novice, and Rookie classes, the 5 - Man teams will be
competing indoors on 3 identical concept fields. The Amateurs will
vie for $10,000 cash, plus prizes and trophies, while the Novice and
Rookie class teams will each compete for $15,000 in paintball gear,
prizes, and trophies as well. In addition, teams in all classes and
competitions will be pursuing the most valued award of all, the WPF
Sportsmanship Award. Recipients of this award receive 15 cases of ZAP
Performance Plus Tournament Paintballs.

As part of the ZAP Tour 2001, the WPF will be awarding Ace Circuit
points to the 5 - Man teams participating in the WPF/ZAP Indoor Delta
Challenge whose players are members of the WPF. The WPF awards the
World Ace and Nov Ace titles, annually, to the Amateur and Novice
teams that earn the most circuit points from the ZAP Tour. Featuring
11 regional tournaments throughout the U.S.A. and Canada, the ZAP
Tour 2001 offers 5 - Man teams a wide variety of venues from which
they can earn their points toward the Ace Championship titles. From
the best outdoor paintball sites in North America to world's largest
indoor event, SkyBall, the WPF produces the best 5 - Man competitions
in the world.

For more information about the WPF/ZAP Indoor Delta Challenge, the
WPF, Splat 1 Adventures, and other scheduled tournaments, contact the
WPF at 615.383.6533, or go online to or

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