Official Millennium series Rules
(Version 6.0 – April 2006)
The Millennium Series website www.millennium-series.com is the most up-to-date source of information regarding each Millennium Series paintball event. Information about the latest Millennium Series paintball rules, entry fees, prize packages and of course each event can be found on the website. The Millennium Series will publish the following information about each tournament a minimum of 30 days prior to the start of each tournament: • The venue used for the tournament, including directions • A registration form • A waiver form • Information about hotels A ref meeting will be held on the eve of each tournament and the time and location of this meeting will be published on the leagues’ website a minimum of one week prior to the start of the tournament. The purpose of this meeting is for the officiating staff to review schedules, rules, and on-field assignments. A mandatory captains’ meeting will be held on the eve of the tournament and the time and location of this meeting will be published on the leagues’ website a minimum of one week prior to the start of the tournament. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information to the captains of the teams attending, on organization, general regulations and important rules governing their participation in the tournament. A complete schedule for the preliminary round of play - consisting of each teams opponents, the fields it will play on, and their scheduled game times - will be published on the leagues’ website and distributed to each team upon their registration the day before the tournament. At the latest, and thereafter posted on the scoreboard All playing fields will be available for review by any team competing in the event at least 24 hours before the start of the first games. Only approved individuals will be allowed to film, photograph, tape, or record games. Media personnel must apply at the administration table at each event and, if approved, the Millennium Series will assign a press/media pass to individuals. Photographers and other media personnel are not allowed within the marked boundaries of the playing field during a game, and furthermore, are required to do their work in cooperation with the referees and other league personnel, especially if it regards the possibility of impeding or influencing a game. Photographers and other media personnel may be allowed within the netted area of an arena unless restrictions are imposed by officials of the Millennium Series.
1. Field Size and Requirements
1.01 A playing-field is defined as being a flat, level area, surfaced to minimize injury and completely surrounded by league approved netting to ensure safety. M7: 46x38 meters, at least 35 obstacles D7: 55x33 meters, at least 35 obstacles M5: 55x20 meters, at least 25 obstacles Obstacles will be placed a minimum of 1.5 meters off the boundary. The playing-field boundary shall be marked clearly visible and will be placed a minimum of 1.5 meters off the netting. 1.02 A flag station is at least 2 meters wide and placed in the middle of the back boundary of the field. 1.03 No team or member thereof shall in any way alter any playing field at any time. Altering the field in-game on purpose will lead to elimination of that player. Any player altering the field at any other time before or during the tournament will be suspended for that ongoing tournament.
2006 Entry Fees
Entry fees for each season and division will be announced on the leagues’ website.
2.02 Entry fees are to be paid in advance to the Millennium Series in accordance with the published deadlines, failure to do so (or failure to complete any required paper work or supply required information) may result in a teams entry being refused or ejected or a fine imposed.
Player Identification Cards and Classification
3.01 Players must have a valid player...
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