By now you’ve heard of the new league in Badlands, Minnesota, and what you probably missed out on.
It’s called the PBL and the league is set to launch in mid-August.
The league, which will be called the Badlands PDL, will allow players to compete for the league title in four categories: Best Paintball, Best PPL, Best National Championships, and Best Regionals.
It sounds pretty similar to the current PDL in the US, but it is set up a bit differently.
Badlands has the same rules as a PDL but it’s split into four separate leagues with different rules, which makes it even more competitive.
Players can only compete for one of the four leagues in a season.
The teams can only play in one division per team, with no split-out divisions.
Each league also has a different prize pool and ruleset.
For example, the PPL has a prize pool of $500,000, while the PDL is $1,500,0000.
All of the PFL’s tournaments will be held in Badland, which is a city that is in Minnesota, but there are other locations as well.
The leagues are set to begin in August and will have a six-month season, which means players will only play for one team in the first six months.
The PBL will also have a playoff system and players can earn points for the first and second places in each league, while playoff winners will get points for winning the second place match.
The second place teams in each division can also earn points if they win all three divisions.
There will also be an additional $5,000 in prizes awarded to the top teams, and players in each of the divisions can earn an additional point based on how many points they score in a single season.
For more information about the league, check out the Pbl’s official website.
The first PDL season starts on August 2, but the league will run through October, which was the first week that Badlands had a paintball team.
You can check out some of the best highlights from last year’s tournament, and watch some highlights of the teams that will be competing in this year’s PBL, on the video above.
The next season of Badlands will kick off in October.
In the meantime, here’s a look at some of what the league’s teams will be able to play in next year.
Paintball Team Rankings The PBL teams will feature players from the four regions.
The three regions are: the Midwest, West, and South.
The Midwest has a lot of teams, but they are located in the Southeast and Northeast.
The West is located in California and the South is located north of Florida.
The South is home to the state of Texas, and is home of the state’s major oil and gas industries.
The Southwest, in addition to the two major oil & gas areas of North Dakota and Montana, is also home to a lot more teams, which might be a bit surprising for a paintballs league that is primarily based in the Southwest.
PPL Rankings The PPL rankings are based on the number of points each team scores during a single tournament.
If a team has two or more points, it’s in the top 10 of that region.
The bottom five teams are the lowest ranked teams in the league.
There are eight teams in that bottom five, and the top three are the top ranked teams.
If two or fewer points are scored, it goes into the next round of the rankings, where the teams from the bottom three are relegated to the next region.
PBL Playoffs The playoffs will feature a double elimination bracket.
The top four teams from each region will advance to the finals, which have a best of five format.
The winner will go on to face the winner of the regional finals.
Teams that finish in the bottom two spots from the playoff will then face the top four finishers from each regional.
The league is currently running out of money and has a $5 million budget.
There is currently no team that has been able to sign up players and the leagues funding is dependent on players and their willingness to sign with the league to compete in the PEL.
There has also been no sign of the league being profitable, which could lead to players quitting and the PCL losing its funding.
PPL Schedule and Schedule The schedule for the PLL will look similar to that of the PDBL.
The starting point for each region is the mid-June to mid-July time slot, and each team will play their first two games in that region during the first two weeks of August.
The playoffs begin the following week, which brings us to the PGL schedule.
There will be four teams competing in the next PGL season: the winners of the Midwest region, the top five