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AOV Paintball Events

These are some of the events we have done since starting of AOV Paintball....


AOV Paintball is organising AOV Paintball Cup 2015 - EPL 3rd League - Co-organise by EPS Sdn Bhd (Speedball)

This tournament will utilize the M5 format (unlike Race to 2) which is a 5 minute game, lowering the expenditure for your team!

There will be 2 categories:

Amateur Division - E-markers

Novice Division - Mech Markers

Prizes for each category:

Amateur Division 
Champion: RM3500 + trophy + medals
2nd: RM2000 + medals
3rd: RM1000 + medals
4th: RM750 + medals

Novice Division
Champion: RM2000 + trophy + medals
2nd: RM1000 + medals
3rd: RM750 + medals
4th: RM500 + medals

The Allied advance from Paris to the Rhine was one of the final Allied phases in World War II of the Western European Campaign.This phase spans from the end of the Operation Overlord (25 August 1944) incorporating the German winter counter offensive through the Ardennes (commonly known as the Battle of the Bulge) up to the Allies preparing to cross the river Rhine in the early months of 1945. This roughly corresponds with the official U.S. European Theater of Operations Rhineland and Ardennes-Alsace campaigns. After the liberation of Paris by the Free French Army in late August 1944, the Western Allies paused to re-group and organise before continuing their advance from Paris to the Rhine. The pause by the Allies allowed the Germans to solidify their lines — something they had been unable to do west of Paris after their forces had been decimated during the Allied break out from the Normandy lodgement. This had allowed the Allies to advance rapidly against an enemy that was able to put up little resistance. Many towns and villages were liberated with little resistance.

By the middle of September 1944, the three Western Allied Army groups, the British 21st Army Group (Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery) in the north, the United States US 12th Army Group (General Omar Bradley) and to the south the Franco-American Southern Group of Armies (Lieutenant General Jacob L. Devers) that had liberated southern France after landing on the French Mediterranean coast — formed a broad front under the Supreme Allied Commander General Dwight D. Eisenhower and his headquartersSHAEF (Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force).
While Generals Montgomery, Bradley and Patton all favored relatively direct thrusts into Germany (with Montgomery and Bradley each offering to be the spearhead of such an assault), Eisenhower disagreed. Instead, he favored a "broad-front" strategy which would allow the Allies to regroup and shift their forces as needed, and to protect vital supply operations in the rear.
The rapid advance through France had caused considerable logistical strain, made worse by the lack of any major port other than the relatively distant Cherbourgin western France. Although Antwerp was seen as the key to solving the Allied logistics problems, its port was not open to Allied shipping until the Scheldt estuary was clear of German forces. As the campaign progressed, all the belligerents, Allied as well as German, felt the effects of the lack of suitable replacements for front-line troops.
There were two major defensive obstacles to the Allies. The first was the natural barriers made by the rivers of Eastern France. The second was the Siegfried Line, which fell under the command, along with all Wehrmacht forces in the west, of Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt.

There will be up to RM4000 CASH to be won during the event. A lucky draw will also take place at the end of the event where we will be giving out vouchers and lots of goodies. 

AOV Paintball is working with Kulim (M) Berhad to organise KMB Paintball Championship (KPC 2013)

This tournament will utilize the M5 format (unlike Race to 2) which is a 5 minute game, lowering the expenditure for your team!

There will be only 1 category:

AM NOVICE DIVISION - D2 and D3 players are allowed with only one D1 player per team

Prizes for each AM Novice Division:

Champion: RM5000 + trophy + medals

2nd: RM3000 + medals

3rd: RM1500 + medals

4th: RM800 + medals

5th: RM150 + medals + Hampers

6th: RM150 + medals + Hampers

7th: RM150 + medals + Hampers

8th: RM150 + medals + Hampers

9th: Hampers

10th: Hampers

11th: Hampers

12th: Hampers

13th: Hampers

14th: Hampers

15th: Hampers

16th: Hampers

AOV Paintball is working with Country Garden to organise a paintball event at Country Garden Danga Bay.

This is a 3 vs 3 speedball tournament and it is open to all paintballers.

Maximum number of registered players is 4.

The prizes for this tournament are:

1st prize: RM 8000.00 worth of prizes (4 x Samsung Galaxy S4)

2nd prize: RM 4000.00 worth of prizes (4 x Apple Ipad Mini)

3rd prize: RM 2000.00 worth of prizes (4 x Camera worth RM500 each)

4th prize: RM 1000.00 worth of prizes (4 x Swatch watches)

There will be NO registration fee.

But registration is only confirmed once 3 boxes of paintballs are paid in advance by each team.

Paintballs are selling at RM150.00 per box (2000 rounds)

Platers' ID Tag will be at RM10.00 for each player

AOV Paintball is organising AOV Paintball Cup 2013 (Speedball)

This tournament will utilize the M5 format (unlike Race to 2) which is a 5 minute game, lowering the expenditure for your team!

There will be 2 categories:

AM NOVICE DIVISION - D2 and D3 players are allowed with only one D1 player per team

DIVISION 4 - Only players without any D3 status allowed

Prizes for each category:


Champion: RM5000 + trophy + medals

2nd: RM3000 + medals

3rd: RM1500 + medals

4th: RM500 + medals



Champion: RM3000 + trophy + medals

2nd: RM1750 + medals

3rd: RM850 + medals

4th: RM400 + medals

The Battle of the Bulge (also known as the Ardennes Offensive and the Von Rundstedt Offensive to the Germans) (16 December 1944 – 25 January 1945) was a major German offensive (die Ardennenoffensive), launched toward the end of World War II through the densely forested Ardennes mountain region of Wallonia in Belgium, and France and Luxembourg on the Western Front. The battle was militarily defined as the Ardennes Counteroffensive, which included the German drive and the American effort to contain and later defeat it. Following the war, the U.S. Army issued a campaign citation for its units fighting in northwest Europe at the time. This was called the Ardennes-Alsace campaign and included the Ardennes sector (of the Ardennes Counteroffensive fighting) and units further south in the Alsace sector. The latter units were not involved except for elements sent northward as reinforcements. While the Ardennes Counteroffensive is correct military parlance, because the official Ardennes-Alsace campaign covers much more than the Ardennes battle region, the most popular description remains simply the Battle of the Bulge. The offensive was planned with the utmost secrecy, minimizing radio traffic and moving troops and equipment under cover of darkness. Although Ultra suggested a possible attack and the Third U.S. Army's intelligence staff predicted a major German offensive, the Allies were still caught by surprise. This was achieved by a combination of Allied overconfidence, preoccupation with their own offensive plans, and poor aerial reconnaissance. Near-complete surprise against a weakly defended section of the Allied line was achieved during heavy overcast weather, which grounded the Allies' overwhelmingly superior air forces. Fierce resistance, particularly around the key town of Bastogne, and terrain favouring the defenders threw the German timetable behind schedule. Allied reinforcements, including General George S. Patton's Third Army, and improving weather conditions, which permitted air attacks on German forces and supply lines, sealed the failure of the offensive. In the wake of the defeat, many experienced German units were left severely depleted of men and equipment as survivors retreated to the defenses of the Siegfried Line. For the Americans, with about 610,000 men committed and some 89,000 casualties, including 19,000 killed, the Battle of the Bulge was the largest and bloodiest battle that they fought in World War II

Omaha Beach is the code name for one of the five sectors of the Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings on 6 June 1944, during World War II. The beach is located on the coast of Normandy, France, facing the English Channel, and is 5 miles (8 km) long, from east of Sainte-Honorine-des-Pertes to west of Vierville-sur-Mer on the right bank of the Douve River estuary. Landings here were necessary in order to link up the British landings to the east at Gold Beach with the American landing to the west at Utah Beach, thus providing a continuous lodgement on the Normandy coast of the Bay of the Seine. Taking Omaha was to be the responsibility of United States Army troops, with sea transport provided by the U.S. Navy and elements of the Royal Navy.On D-Day, the untested 29th Infantry Division, joined by nine companies of U.S. Army Rangers redirected from Pointe du Hoc, were to assault the western half of the beach. The battle-hardened 1st Infantry Division was given the eastern half. The initial assault waves, consisting of tanks, infantry, and combat engineer forces, were carefully planned to reduce the coastal defenses and allow the larger ships of the follow-up waves to land.The primary objective at Omaha was to secure a beachhead of some five miles (eight kilometres) depth, between Port-en-Bessin and the Vire River, linking with the British landings at Gold Beach to the east, and reaching the area of Isigny to the west to link up with VII Corps landing at Utah Beach. Opposing the landings was the German 352nd Infantry Division, a large portion of whom were veterans who had fought on the Eastern Front.

AOV Big Game 2011 - The Battle of Central Highlands

The Battle of Central Highlands was a series of major engagements of the Vietnam War that took place on November 1967, in Kontum Province, in the Central Highlands of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam). 

During the battle, heavy contact with People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN) forces in the area prompted the launching of Operation Greeley, a combined search and destroy effort by elements of the U.S. Infantry Division and Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) Infantry Regiment.