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World Cup Fields

Chris LaSoya As with years past, most of the fields at the World Cup are in the Palmetto filled sandy forests of Paintball World, located behind the shops and carnival rides of Old Town Kissimmee.

These feilds are dense, shaded, and green - camo makes a difference.

In addition to the natural cover, they have colored wooden bunkers at key locations.

This year's Hyperball field, is only being used for the 10 man competition, and during the 5 man preliminary rounds, is still under construction.

Suzy and Keely Watson
Marshal Law After the Cup, it will be moving to its permanent location at Cousin's Paintball in Long Island, NY.

The big show has been at the Superball field, which players have often been calling the candy corn, or christmas tree field.

It's unique barricades and bunkers are inflatable!

There are a number of shapes.... horizontal cylinders, double cylinders, vertical cylinders and both horizontal and vertical cones. With the soft nature of these barricades, there are a lot of shots bouncing, and a number of players have been eliminated by rebound shots.

SuperBall Player
The WHACK! WHACK! WHACK! of paint on a pallette has been replaced by an echoing "ping" sound resounding through the air chambers. The wonder of this field, is that it can be deflated and moved to a new location easily, allowing traveling tournaments to set up fields almost anywhere, with a spectator friendly format game.

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