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Paintball is one of two (modern) adventure combat sports (airsoft being the other) that simulate modern armed conflict without the associated bloodshed. In this sport, teams compete for domination and attempt to 'mark' opposing players, thereby eliminating them from the game. The goal of this study was to develop a quality-of-life framework for an adventure-based sport, namely paintball. To achieve said goal, the author first conducted interviews with 12 paintballers from across the globe. Preceding the survey, an extensive marketing campaign, targeting paintballers via Facebook, was done by D Venter, stating the goal of the study and encouraging them to join the dedicated Facebook group Global Paintball Research Project.
SANPA in conjunction with players, teams and venues assists various organizations and projects with support including feeding schemes, cancer awareness, animal welfare and others. The paintball community in general are always willing to go out of their way to assist those in need.
In the beginning of 2020, together with fields and our professional teams, SANPA embarked on a project to focus on getting more young people from previously disadvantaged communities involved in the sport, through various campaigns and projects.
This was unfortunately stopped short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we hope to get this project going again as soon as we are allowed.
The concept was for sponsored teams, through their sponsors and brands, to assist new players from communities to get involved in the sport and get active and learn from our top players in the country.
This project includes assisting new players with the necessary equipment, clothing and paintballs to train and compete.
The South African Regional Paintball League (SARPL), which is the national paintball league for South Africa, also generously waived all entry fees as well as membership fees for these players and teams to compete in this amazing, action packed sport.
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