Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
Combat Houston is a paintball facility designed with the professional and near-professional player in mind, but on November 3, 2013, it will give those discovering the game a day with the “The Winter Series” tournament.
The Saturday event is meant for D5 players. Paintball players are to able identify them according to skill and experience level. Much like college sports, the lower the number, the higher the skill level (the highest being D1), so tourneys dedicated to those who are completely new to the game or those who are honing their skill with their markers, discovering how to use the bunkers to their advantage, or simply learning the lingo, are rare.
Those offering at least a $2,000 prize for the first place team are even more uncommon. This is the minimum to be won, as more teams that register and potential sponsor contributions may increase the final winnings.
Teams are made up of five players, and they can register at the Combat Houston facility in the Galleria area in Houston or at the website (http://www.combathouston.com). Teams can also register and pay the entry fee at the official American Paintball Player’s Association site (http://www.paintball-players.org).
Combat Houston is keeping registration open through November 1. The entry fee is $275, and, in addition, teams are required to pay a paint fee of $50-$65.
“This is a great opportunity for those interested in paintball to experience the thrill of an all-day tournament,” said Combat Houston owner and operator Stacy Young. “It is also an incredibly easy field to get to for those beginners, as we are located in the city, near The Galleria.”
About Combat Houston
Combat Houston is the only paintball facility in the upscale Galleria area in Houston’s Uptown District. The facility is comprised of two fields, one standard Air Ball field with mirror air-filled obstructions and one Rec Ball field with shacks, abandoned cars, and tire piles. These two fields make this lot the perfect place to spend an afternoon capturing the flag or engaging in team building exercises. The operation boasts the leadership and vision of a former U.S. naval officer who brought the game to Sicily.