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Q: When is the paintball tournament?

  • A: Saturday, October 7, 2017

Q: I don’t own paintball equipment but I have a team that wants to enter. What do I do?

  • A: You are in luck! We will have masks and guns available to rent on event day for $20. We will also have paint balls for sale. (500 for $15)

Q: How do I register my team?

Q: What happens if it rains?

  • A: This is a rain or shine event. However, in the event of lightning, the tournament director will communicate with team captains on the tournament procedures. (If it starts snowing, we will play Rock, Paper, Scissors to determine a winner…kidding)

Q: Where can I park?

  • A: On site parking will be available to the public for $5/car. All proceeds will go to United Heroes League and will help keep military kids healthy and active.

Q: Will bathrooms be available?

  • A: Of course! We want you playing in the woods, not peeing in them.

Q: Can I cancel & get a refund?

  • A: All registrations are non-refundable.

Q: Are there age limits for participants?

  • A: We welcome everyone 12+ to register for this tournament. Ages 12-18 are permitted to play as long as they have a parent/guardian sign a waiver.

Q: If I get muddy will I be able to shower?

  • A: No showers will be available for freshening up. Keep the dirt on, it makes you look tough.

Q: Are spectators allowed?

  • A: Absolutely! Bring the entire herd out to the event!

Q: Can I register as an individual?

  • A: At this time, we are only accepting teams for registration.

Q: Will food be available?

  • A: Oh, heck yeah! We’ll have the grill fired up with plenty of food for purchase.

Q: How does United Heroes League keep military kids healthy & active?

  • A: We do this in four mail pillars. The first one is, we provide sports equipment free of charge. Secondly, we issue grants to offset league dues. The third way we help military kids is by sending them to skill camps. And lastly, we send families to collegiate and professional games across the country.

Q: This sounds like a non-profit called Defending the Blue Line. Did you guys copy them?

  • A: Nope! We WERE Defending the Blue Line. We made the name change so we could branch out from hockey & help military kids that want to play all sports.