The NxL Paintball Team of San Diego has had a long, storied history.
It’s been in business since 1996.
But that’s all the history we have left.
Now, Black River Racers is bringing its legacy to the Black River Regional Paintball Championships.
The tournament will be held Aug. 31 at the Blackriver Regional Park in Fort Collins, Colorado.
There are no age restrictions for the tournament.
Here’s what to expect: A daylong competition in which players compete in a single event.
All participants will need to show up with the same number of balls they’ve registered with the NxFBS in the past 24 hours.
The event will run for four hours and will start at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday.
There will be two sessions of eight players, and a single-elimination bracket.
The top three finishers of each round will advance to the final round of the tournament, where a top-four finalist will play for a spot at the 2018 Black River National Paintball Championship.
A top-five finisher will earn a spot in the 2018 National Championships.
Participants will compete in tournaments at local schools and private schools.
The Nxtl PaintBall Team is one of three national teams in the Black-River Paintball Association.
They have a long history in the sport.
For years, they’ve been a national powerhouse.
They competed at the state championship level and at the National Championships in 2016.
They also competed at this year’s event in San Diego, where they beat out the two other national teams to earn their spot.
But they’re not the only one making history at the tournament: The NXL PaintBall Teams’ coach, Kevin Riddle, is one year in the paint.
Riddle will be in charge of a full NxPaintBall team of eight men and eight women who compete for a chance to make history.
He said they’re taking their time with the event because they want to build their brand and make it known as a national team.
“This is something we’re trying to do right now, to build a legacy and build a good name for us,” Riddle said.
“It’s going to be a great honor.”
Riddle is one person who is not competing at the event.
His name is on the tournament’s roster.
He also has the opportunity to represent the NxtL Paintballs at the 2019 National Championships, and is also on the BlackRiver Paintballs’ national team that won the 2019 championship.
He has been a member of the NXPL since the 2014-15 season, and he will be representing the team at the NPTQ.
“I was really excited to be on the team and I was really looking forward to it,” Riddler said.
He’s excited to join the NXP Paintball team, as well, because it will represent him and the NXTl Paintballs when they take the field in Fort Colorado on the weekend of Aug. 27.
Riddick said the team is focused on winning championships and helping make Black River a national destination for the game.
“We’re all trying to make the Black river national,” he said.
Ridding the tournament of a certain competitor is a tough decision, but it’s the right one for the Nxs.
Ridick is looking forward too, because he’s already gotten the most out of his time with a full national team this season.
“He has helped me out with my schedule and his schedule has been awesome,” Riddo said.
It was just a matter of time before the NxxL PaintBlazers made the National PaintBall Association, and Riddi was on his way.
The team has already started practicing, and they’re now looking to make a dent in the NNPA’s standings.
“Right now we’re in second place, we’re just trying to go in there and play better,” Ridl said.
The National PaintBALL Association, NxBL, Nxs and NxM are among the more than 50 professional leagues in the U.S. and Canada.
They’re also the official paintball league for the National Rifle Association and the National Pro Wrestling League.
For more information, go to nxpl.com.