Sunday, 11 September 2016

Purge 2 - 1st October 2016

Adrenalin Paintball presents The Purge 2. The 8-hour scenario game will happen at 9am on Saturday, October 1st 2016 at Big Indian Paintball & Airsoft, located at 301 Valley Drive Perry, GA.

It was a traumatic night two years ago when Allison learned that her father had lost against the Annual Purge. She was so devastated by the news of her father that her family had to commit her to the Perry Hospital’s psychiatric ward. She vowed that one day the man who took her father from her would pay and this was the year to make that happen. She was able to make a plan to escape the ward and find him. She was dragging him through the town towards the house she grew up in as a little girl. Her plan is to hold him captive until the next purge.... 

In 2014, Adrenalin Paintball held an 8-hour Purge Game.  The success was so overwhelming that players were asking for another.  Hollywood recently released the new “Purge” movie and the Purge 2  8-hour game is coming this October 1st to Big Indian Paintball Field in Perry, GA.  Register early at the events page.  Early registration cost is  $50.00 per person, which includes a case of paint.  After September 19th, the cost goes up to $65.00.  The first 85 players who register will recieve a free headband.  Information can be found at Adrenalin Paintball LLC’s Facebook page at and be sure to go to the Big Indian web page to watch the trailers.

Sunday, 4 September 2016

PBClub Win Danish League....

The Planet Eclipse sponsored paintball team – Copenhagen PBClub just won the Danish paintball league for the second year in a row!

The DKPL has been played on commercial paintball fields all over Denmark, in the hope and goal to introduce site players into the sport. Copenhagen PBclub have been superior all season and the results speak for themselves!

The rumour has it that the DKPL will be changing to 100% supair next year... so make sure you get in contact to book your spot!

Well Done from everyone at Planet Eclipse HQ

Sunday, 28 August 2016

The Adventures of Rebels from Basildon to Gjøvik

The Millennium in England have been in a lot of different places during the years, the most memorable for me was Crystal Palace Stadium 2003 with 8 different fields to walk. And no, there was no possibility to practice on the fields beforehand and we were the lucky winners of playing 7 of 8 fields that tournament. And to get around it was a walk of a lifetime, but it was still spectacular with the big bleachers and sport-arena feel.

The last few years the events have been held in Basildon in a place called Barleylands Farm. It took some getting used to for the players driving through farms with its distinctive smell and being greated with a red carpet of hay - but i think it has a certain charm to it . Ultimately the fields are the most important for us, and the grass is good there :)

The weather in England also has it's charm sometimes, this time was no different - sun, rain, cold and heat all on the same day. But overall it was good, nothing like 2008 where all the sliding pics looked like it was surfing not paintball we were competing in :)

Rebels had a good preparation before this tournament with a hard grind practice weekend against CPL and SPL teams like Scorpions, Blast,Solid and PBClub - the feeling before the tournament was good :)

A mishap with the rental car made the practice time on Thursday run too close, so they practiced a bit alone instead of playing against someone.

First game up on Friday was Poison Ivy, a team they always struggle against in tournaments - a mental thing no question, even if practice against them is another story. The score ended 4:3 and the first win was secured.

Next up was Rain of Fire, a team they have lost against before, but this time Rebels came prepared - winning a solid 4:0

On Saturday the opponent was Droogs. It was a hard game, both teams fought well and hard. Even the overtime point ran out of time, opening for the next endeavor - 1 vs 1. Alexander Høiseth got voted by the team to step up to the plate, and he did! Høiseth had a year off last year to tend to his family, and we respect that, but we are really happy he is back! The 1 vs 1 was closed out securely making the score : 6:5

So, 3 wins, victor of the group and a lot of big smiles on the Rebels boys. Sunday club!

Sunday club was unfortunately a different story, it started with some new rules of seeding that were hard to understand resulting in the meeting of Five Star lleida. Five Star is a really good team who already this year have 2 podium placings. The game was a 141 bonanza and not much good was accomplished. It was some long and hard fights, but it ended with a loss 3:6.

Dissapointed to yet again make it to Sunday club, but not much further, Rebels decided to play a volleyball game - which they won :) Frank totally saved the day :)


No time to feel sorry for ourselves... off to NPL 3 Gjøvik we go.

New tournament, new possibilities and new challenges. Two of the Rebels originals have gotten new jobs this fall, so they haven't got their bosses used to the paintball life yet and couldn't play this tournament. So what do you do, you get some good old Bandits/Carbon players back on the field. :) Ingar and Torje hadn't played since 2013,  but for some time  both have felt that paintball itch. And now they are fired up once again:) I was really happy to see that and fortunately they remembered their old tricks :) Did I hear anybody say "comeback"?

Rebels started against Degernes, another Eclipse team working their way up in elite. They shot well off the break and made an exiting game, but Rebels still won 4:3.

Next game was the old,but not at all lost - Menace. The years has slowed them down,but all their game,experience and all their training is still visible. You don't wanna pop out twice in the same spot against these. Rebels played well and won 4:2.

Xsportz was the last opponent in the prelims, and a fight we knew was gonna be hard. Both teams took turns on scoring points, but Xsportz took the last winning 4:3.

With two wins and good points it was time for the semi and yet another Eclipse team - Blast. Everyone who knows Blast and their hard training and dedication knows that they will always give a good fight. This time was no different. Rebels got in some really good fights and scored some points, but Blast were stronger this time and Blast won 6:2.

So yet again, second time this year, the bronze final and Degernes Rednecks was up. Last tournament Rebels won 5:1 ,but this time Degernes was stronger. All the points were slow and could go either way, but Degernes won 3:1 and secured the bronze this time.

Høiseth continued the 1 vs 1 streak from Millennium winning 2 of them this weekend against Menace and also winning one 2 vs 1. Go Høiseth!

So Rebels had a lot of strong individual players, but obviously not the same communication and teamwork as they use to so it didn't go all the way this time. Thanx to Degernes Rednecks for a great fight for 3rd and 4th. Always disappointing not to win, but given the player challenges its not that bad to keep the top 4 placing.

Its great to see that the Norwegian top division is so close and strong, it means a lot for Norwegian paintball. Now were all looking forward to NM, Rebels has 2 titles to defend: Norwegian Master from 2014 and 2015.

Its also great to see the top Norwegian teams using the best equipment there is - 3 of 4 top placed teams (Blast, Degernes Rednecks and Rebels) are all using Planet Eclipse, Virtue and Anthrax :)

Rebels want to thank our sponsors for having our backs and believing in us: Planet Eclipse and Virtue Paintball for awesome equipment - it never fails us, Anthrax for rocking cool jerseys and coffe in their booth. Blitzed media,Woodie Photography and SH (Stian Håvak) for making us look good. 

We would also like to thank: Fight Back Design, Energima, RVS, JKS rør and Proteinfabrikken

Love from Kristine Myhre Andersen

Saturday, 27 August 2016

Sydney SWAT win Super 7's Planet Eclipse Open !!

Super 7's Paintball Series Round 3, the Planet Eclipse Open is finished and what a fantastic event for the team. We were able to assert strong control in most of our games with a clear 4-point mercy victory in all but 2 of our preliminary matches.

We were able to keep this momentum into finals, winning both matches with the 4-point mercy and taking the title.

The level of play this event was fantastic and it was clear early on that this was going to be a 4 horse race with top level teams from WA and NZ entering into the mix. Teams were all playing the exciting layout slightly differently and it made from some really good and interesting games.

The lads all played great paintball and as always we were well supported with our amazing Geo's and soft goods from Planet Eclipse. Also our KLR masks, TFX hoppers, HK Supreme paint and soft goods from HK Army performed fantastically. One major advantage we had this weekend was how dependable our gear was on the field.

As always the amazing team at and Action Paintball Games and Paintball Assassin, especially Mike, John and Pete for our ongoing support. We would like to thank our support team; Kristy and Moe and everyone else that lent a hand over the weekend you are all very much appreciated.

And lastly we would love to thank Ryan Greenspan for coming all the way over from San Diego to help us on the field as well as helping people off the field with playing tips. The US players that come over are a wealth of knowledge and it’s great to see how much they are pushing our sport forward so we can keep up with the rest of the world.
We are all looking forward to the Masters now which looks to be an even better event than Round 3

Great win from Sydney Swat @ the Super 7's Planet Eclipse Open

Planet Eclipse teams dominated taking 1st and 2nd place in every division !

A stat we quite like here at Planet Eclipse HQ :-)

Check out some drone action here:

Well Done to SWAT and all the Eclipse teams... 
The Emortal Army is strong down under !!

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Ryan Greenspan (Dynasty) - CS1 Settings Video !


Ryan obviously likes to run things very close to the edge. We set the ROF to 10 because we have seen chronos register very different reading especially when the battery gets low. We wouldn't recommend anyone running at 10.4 or 10.5 in the NXL, Millennium Etc and thus set them at 10 to be on the safe side... But that’s a risk you might want to take !!!

Thanks for sharing Ryan !!