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2012 PSP MAO Pro Scrimmage - Tampa Bay Damage vs. Los Angeles Infamous

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Published on Aug 8, 2012

Tampa Bay Damage held a scrimmage against Los Angeles Infamous at Central Florida Paintball in Lakeland, FL, something they routinely do to get ready for a major tournament. Both teams benefited from the practice session, tightening up loose-ends and ironing out weak points in their strategy. Watch as these two tournament champions face-off in a scrimmage. Will they have success at the 2012 PSP MAO (Mid-Atlantic Open)?

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Social Paintball
As reported on our website, Alex Spence will be playing pro at MAO.
Revo900
good to see spence playing pro this season! 
Revo900
Nha I made this name before I heard about them, weird I know. I play for a d4 team called Ground Assualt over the summer and Penn State when NCPA kicks in so I have played Revo, pretty damn good team. 
Revo900
True but it doesn't make sense to scrim in tournament simulation with someone on your line that's not on your registered roster... right after MAO would make more sense but not the Thursday before. 
asthmaticrhino
anywho, i look foward to seeing infamous' r7 footage
asthmaticrhino
depends on what feels better in ur hands. they have different ergos but otherwise u cant go wrong with either
asthmaticrhino
It depends who you are. I consider it more of a hobby or game to me, but others play it as their sport and love it
asthmaticrhino
to us thats fine to normal people its still, uh, shooting people with guns! Now have the german and french national teams play. Awk. imagine israel vs palistine. Awkward. US vs China, awkard. People read way to much into paintball for it to be an olympic sport at this point
Jared Emberton
Those bunkers look like the ones the NCPA use
Mickken
justin is very strong now!
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