Paintball enthusiasts and owners are hoping to finally have their own battle royale event.
The SC Village Paintball Tournament will take place in Shocker, California, from October 25 to 28.
The tournament is expected to have a $100,000 prize pool, which includes $50,000 for the tournament winner and $15,000 to the tournament runner-up.
The Shocker tournament will be held at the SC Village.
“The tournament will not be sanctioned by the SC City of Shocker and will not require a permit,” the event’s official website reads.
This year’s tournament is not a sanctioned event, however.
SC Village Paintballs and Tournament Organizer Jim Pasternak told ABC News the event will not have a sanctioned tournament or any specific rules for entry.
Pasternak said this is the first time that SC Village is hosting a paintball tournament.
Shocker is a small town located about 25 miles north of Los Angeles, California.
Pawn shops are located in the area.
More information on the tournament can be found on the SC Villages website.
Here’s what you need to know about the Shocker paint balls.
Painted balls are typically created by a professional painter using a paint gun and paint thinner.
In this case, the artist painted two paintballs of different colors, which they sprayed onto the walls and floor of a small apartment.
Each of the paintballs have a hole in the middle, which is then filled with a clear liquid.
These clear liquids are then allowed to dry.
After a day, the balls are then taken to a shop to be processed and packaged for distribution to paintball tournaments.
As of this writing, the paintball market is still in its early stages.
There are currently four paintball shops operating in the United States: Bentonville, Kentucky; East Lansing, Michigan; Saginaw, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri.
A total of 16 states have enacted or are considering new laws aimed at regulating paintball.
Some states, such as South Dakota, have banned paintball entirely and others, such in New York and New Jersey, have restricted or banned paint ball use.
Last year, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning that paintball use can be harmful to the human body and is considered a form of “dangerous and dangerous substance.”