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UKPSF (Virtual) AGM 2021

As part of the UKPSF constitution we are required to hold an annual AGM where we update members on any progress from the previous year. Historically we have linked this with a conference and trade show, but due to the ongoing carnage caused by Covid-19 this is obviously not going to be possible. That said, there is nothing stopping us from doing this virtually, as we are really keen to let the membership know how things are going.  Therefore, the current plan is to host a Livestream on Thursday the 25th of February starting at 7 pm, scheduled to last for approx. 1 – 1 ½ hours, if there is sufficient interest, so if you would like the UKPSF to host this live stream please drop us a quick email reply to the email we have sent you already, so we know player members want this to go ahead. If the live stream does go ahead, we want to give the player membership an opportunity to ask us some questions. As I am sure you can appreciate its just not feasible to have an open Q & A with over 8

UKPSF Team Spotlight - Mayhem Tigers


The UKPSF Spotlight now shines onto a team that have been part of the fabric of UK Paintball for a Loooong time, Thanks for your support...

Alan Smith let us know a little about the Mayhem Tigers:

The Mayhem Tigers are one of the longest running teams in paintball history, first formed as the Mayhem factory team in 1986 by Steve Baldwin. Over the years the team has evolved with the game, playing across all formats from its woodsball origins to full xball and everything in between, competing at the Pro level internationally, the squad has featured many well known names and faces over the years.


At the end of 2003 the team name changed to the London Tigers as the nature and mainstream image of pro paintball was changing. Over the years the team has competed against the very best in the sport in the UK and internationally. Including legendary teams like Dynasty and Russian Legion. 


In 2019 the lure of playing Joy Division at the GCC was too strong and we relaunched the Mayhem name to compete in ‘open’ 10 man cross format events. International open events are what made paintball great and gives an easier route for new players in to competitive paintball. We had lots of help to relaunch the team and send a huge thank you out to Mayhem Paintball, Planet Eclipse, Inception Designs, GI Sportz and Anthrax Paintball for all their help and support.

2020 has seen the squad grow to two 10 man teams that blends youth and experience, sup air and woodsballers. The team won the Open division at the ECPL, our first 10 man tournament since reforming as well as the Hyperball 6 man Covid cup. As the team gets more playing time together we are confident we can get back on the Pro podium again. The growth of classic and mixed format events is good news and is helping to bring new players in to the game and encouraging some of the old guard to dust off their kit. 

We are 100% behind the UKPSF and support the amazing work they have done over the years to protect Paintball for all of us. Being a member is a no brainer. We should work together to better represent and grow the game we all love. 

Check Out the Mayhem Tigers Socials Below:




If you want to see your team featured in our team Spotlight section please send in your team logo, links to your social media and tell us a bit about your team... And don't forget your ALL need to be members of the UKPSF!


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