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PSP Race FormatEvent 1Event 2Event 3Event 4WORLD CUPSeries Champions
2004

Socal Open


Orlando


Chicago Open


NEO


World Cup


Series Champs

2005

Socal Open


Orlando


Chicago Open


NEO


World Cup


Series Champs

2006

Texas Open


Las Vegas


Chicago Open


Socal Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2007

Socal Open


MAO


Chicago Open


River City


World Cup


Series Champs

2008

Phoenix Open


MAO


Chicago Open


NEO


World Cup


Series Champs

2009

Phoenix Open


MAO


Chicago Open

4 Event Season


World Cup


Series Champs

2010

Phoenix Open

No Event


Chicago Open


MAO


World Cup


Series Champs

2011

Dallas Open

No Event


Chicago Open


NEO


World Cup


Series Champs

2012

Dallas Open


Phoenix Open


Chicago Open


MAO


World Cup


Series Champs

2013

Dallas Open


MAO


Chicago Open


LA Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2014

Dallas Open


MAO


Chicago Open


LA Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2015

Dallas Open

PSP Folds
NXL Forms
No Event


Great Lakes Open


Virginia Beach Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2016

Las Vegas Open


Dallas Open


Music City Open


Great Lakes Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2017

Las Vegas Open


Dallas Open


Atlantic City Open


Chicago Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2018

Las Vegas Open


Dallas Open


Atlantic City Open


Chicago Open


World Cup


Series Champs

2019

Las Vegas Open

PSP Paintball Events Race format :

The PSP stands for Paintball Sports Promotion and was formed by the original major event hosts who assisted in putting on most of the 10 man events. The PSP was formed to break away from the sanctions of the NPPL committee. The promoters wanted to put paintball into their control. In 2003 the PSP made a bold move to change from the tradition 10 man format and jumped head on into the modern day accepted Race format. The vision was to create a format that could present paintball in a more exciting way to get more people involved and seek a TV deal. The NXL was where a lot of the professional players competed in the early years of 2003 – 2005.

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