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History & Milestones

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2010

Oct 2017 – Through a re-branding initiative the Singapore Paintball Novice Series (SPNS) was changed to Singapore Paintball Series (SPS) so as to attract overseas players to participate in the SPS. A total of 30+ teams participated in the SPS 2010 held in East Coast Park which introduces the Electronic Division, Mechanical Division, Tertiary Division and Corporate Division.

The first ever SPS Referee Level 1 Certification Course was held to ensure uniformity in paintball refereeing in Singapore. Mr. Junaidi Kalil from the Malaysia Marshals was invited to Singapore to conduct the certification course.

2009

May 2009 – SPNS saw its first public edition when SPNS Leg 2 was held in Pasir Ris Park making it the first public paintball competition held in Singapore.

Dec 2009 – The “center line” was officially removed as part of the Licencing Condition by the Singapore Police Force through the Pro-Enterprise Panel with Ministry of Trade and Industry.

2008

Mar 2008 – Singapore Paintball Novice Series (SPNS) was established in March 2008 to cater to the growing sport of paintball in Singapore. A total of 8 teams took part in the first SPNS held in March 2008. Team PSG Warfreaks won the first SPNS Overall Series Champion.

Players have to undergo an introductory course to paintball known as the Basic Tournament Orientation (BTO) to facilitate familiarization to competitive paintball. The BTO is a 2 part course which involves taking a 40 Multiple Choice Questions test and a practical paintball test. Players who removed their mask in the field during the practical test will have to retake the BTO. The BTO was devised by members of the Paintball Association Singapore (PBAS) to convince governing authorities that players can shoot at close range without the need for a center divider. This regulation was removed from the licencing condition in 2009.

The Basic Marshal Orientation (BMO) was a referee course organized by the PBAS to engage the community with the rules and regulations of competitive paintball.