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Paintball Sports Promotions

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Paintball Sports Promotions (PSP), was an American national tournament series that traveled throughout the United States each year. It is regarded as one of the most popular paintball leagues. PSP holds five events throughout the United States each year. Teams compete according to skill level classified into separate divisions. Divisions are distinguished in ascending order as: division IV (D4), division III (D3), division II (D2), division I (D1), and semi-professional/professional (Challengers and Champions divisions). The season generally starts in March and ends with the championship in October; the NXL has back-filled where PSP left off and created its own series and championship event under their new format and rules.

General game play[edit]

As of 2013, a regulation PSP field is 150 feet long by 120 feet wide. Inflatable bunkers of differing shapes and sizes are placed on the field in mirrored symmetry with a flag in the center. Each end of the field has a start area containing a penalty box. Each team consists of five players.

A player is eliminated when they are hit by a paintball that breaks on any part of the body or equipment. Upon elimination the player must place their gun behind their start station and go to their team's deadbox. If a player fails to acknowledge a hit they run the risk of being given a penalty of varying intensity.

As of June 2013, PSP has introduced a new penalty box for the professional bracket.[1] The penalty box consists of three flat bunkers that form an enclosure. It has two doorways, one on each side, with the front blocked. Unlike the traditional penalty box which has a single opening in the front, this new version prevents the penalized player from seeing any action on the field of play. The enclosure also prevents opponents from seeing which side they will be exiting from.

Challengers/Champions Division (PRO) Teams[edit]

As of the beginning of the 2015 season, the following teams will be competing in the PSP pro division:[2]

  • Edmonton Impact
  • San Diego Dynasty
  • Los Angeles Infamous
  • Los Angeles Ironmen
  • San Antonio X-Factor
  • Houston Heat
  • Upton 187 Crew
  • Moscow Red Legion
  • Chicago Aftershock
  • Baltimore Revo
  • TradeMyGun Outlaws


The NXL (National XBall League) was a paintball league based in the United States. The league consisted of franchised and non-franchised teams, and was owned by the franchise teams. NXL competition was held in conjunction with PSP (Paintball Sports Promotions) events. At the start of the 2009 season the PSP decided to no longer use the NXL as their pro bracket.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. "PSP Introduces New Pro Field "Fort" Penalty Box". Social Paintball.

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