Do you still remember my previous “tembak-tembak” blog post?

Okay, this is my another “tembak-tembak” blog post but this one is more extreme!
No more laser but this time is ball.


Why so special?
Glow in the dark

Recognised as the first night and ultraviolet (UV) light paintball tournament in Asia Pacific by the Paintball Asia League Series (PALS), the Energizer Night Strike features seven-minute ‘speedball’ rounds incorporating a ‘capture the flag’ scenario, played completely in the dark with only UV lighting and fluorescent paintballs to complement Energizer’s new Energy Beam brand image.

For those who do not know, Malaysia is the biggest paintball hub in Asia and Malaysia has single-handedly driven the development of the sport throughout Asia Pacific for the last five years *Malaysia boleh*

To attract more people to join paintball, Energizer is making the effort to support the industry with a one-of-a-kind event that most paintballers have never encountered before! Not only that, as the first UV night game in Asia, this could be the next big thing in paintball which will definitely interest more people to take up the game.

Guess what? Team A.C.E. emerged as winners of the inaugural Energizer Night Strike at Xtion Paintball Park Bukit Jalil on Sunday and not only that, they brought back RM20,000.
Team A.C.E was crowned the champion of the first Energizer Night Strike on last Sunday night

Team Double R celebrate after winning second place in the first Energizer Night Strike.

As the gameplay was the first of its kind, team members had to strategies well in order to coordinate movements in the dark.

Nick Wong of team Black Cell was almost invisible in his ghillie camouflage suit, which was effective for sniper duties.

The UV lights and glow-in-the-dark visual effects transformed the players and the game into flashes of light, imitating Energizer’s new Energy Beam brand image.

To play paintball, u must have a lot of stamina. So, make sure you guys have a lot of energy to defense and attack.

Marshalls could identify direct hits easily, especially when the fluorescent orange paintballs splattered upon impact.

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