India has long been known as a paintball paradise.
Paintball enthusiasts can shoot and enjoy games for hours.
But there’s a catch: The sport is illegal in India.
But now there’s an alternative.
The National Paintball Association (NPAA) is hoping to change that.
The NPAA’s Paintball Tournament in New Delhi is now in its second year and has become one of the best in the country.
In the past two years, the tournament has seen many of the top Indian paintball players get their start, and the sport has become more popular among the Indian population.
In February, the NPAA decided to change the name of its tournament.
It said it would instead call the tournament “The Ball,” as it was an Indian term for paintball, and it hoped it would get the support of the Indian government to make the name change.
The NPAAA has now been working on the name for more than a year.
On March 21, the association announced a petition on Change.org with the petition signed by over 2,000 people, many of them Indian paintballs players.
The petition claimed the word “ball” in the name was disrespectful and offensive to many paintballers in India, and added that the name could cause embarrassment and confusion among the community.
“If we are to get the government to change this name, the name is important.
We have a lot of paintball fans who are not aware of the sport and our game,” said Ajay Bhushan, one of those signing the petition.
What makes Paintball India’s unique?
There are more than 3,000 paintball tournaments in India alone, and this tournament is the first to get its own official name.
The association is aiming to increase awareness and increase the popularity of the game.
It is also hoping to help paintball become more mainstream.
There are over 500 paintball clubs in India with thousands of members.
NPAA said it was working on making the tournaments more competitive.
“The tournament should be a one-stop shop for the paintball community.
It should be more of a game, and not just a hobby.
We are hoping that the government will be able to support this and allow this to happen,” said Bhushal.
Paint ball competitions in India can cost between $250 and $1,000.
The Indian Paintball Federation (IPF) was not available for comment.
According to the International Paintball Union (IPU), paintball is a sport of skill, and has traditionally been associated with Indian culture and heritage.
The IPU has endorsed the NPBA’s name change, but is yet to officially endorse the tournament.
Why are Indian Paintballs so popular?
Indian paintballs are a popular sport because they’re relatively cheap and easy to produce, according to the NPAAA.
The players who play paintball are all mostly men, with about one-third of them having completed a paint-ball school or training program.
The average age of a paint ball player is 16.
The game has also helped the paint ball industry grow.
In the last 10 years, India has seen a boom in the industry.
According to the Paintball World Federation, India is the second largest market for paint ball, after China.
India has about 10 million registered paintball operators and has more than 2,500 paintball studios.
India has seen the growth of paint ball as a spectator sport, especially in the past few years.
Paintballs are popular in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
India’s Paintballs Association is also trying to attract paintball teams from other countries.
India’s popularity has also spurred other countries to adopt paintball as a sport.
In 2015, India’s National Paintballs Tournament won a gold medal in the Asian Games.
In 2019, China, South Korea, the Philippines and Thailand were also awarded gold medals.