Paintball is booming in Massachusetts, where a number of schools are now hosting tournaments.
But there are also some rules that need to be followed.
In Boston, the first round of paintball competitions will take place at the Boston Garden on March 17, 2019.
There will be 12 players per team and teams of five are allowed to field a maximum of two players.
The first tournament will also feature two teams of three.
There are also rules that must be followed to start the tournament.
The tournament begins with a countdown and a paintball match.
During the countdown, the player on the left of the timer is painted.
The player on top of the counter is painted first.
The winner of the countdown wins a paint ball and the match begins.
The timer goes back up, the clock counts down, and the timer repeats.
The paintball team that wins the match scores a point.
The match ends when the player who was painted is painted and all teams score a point, whichever is higher.
Players can also paint themselves or a teammate.
Players cannot paint the opposing team’s player.
There are no restrictions on paintball weapons.
Teams can field up to three paintball rifles.
There is no limit on the number of players on the field.
If a player’s paintball gun goes out, the person can return to their designated spot on the playing field and the paintball game continues.
There also is no requirement that a player be a Boston Red Sox fan to participate in the paint ball tournament.
Here is a breakdown of what to expect from the Boston Paintball Championships:Boston Garden, 1550 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, MA 02215: Friday, March 17th, 2019 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 18th, 7 p,m.
(doors open at 6 p.l.)
For more information about the Boston Red Bulls, visit their website at http://www.redbulls.com/home.
For more information on paint ball, visit http://paintballs.paintballdb.org/