Rules to play Paint Ball
A player is hit if a paintball leaves a solid, nickel-sized mark anywhere on the players body or equipment. Some variations of paintball dont count gun hits or require multiple hits on the arms or legs. Most professional fields and tournaments, though, count any hit on a person or their equipment. Splatter often occurs when a paintball does not break on a person but on a nearby surface and then paint bounces onto the player, but this does not count as a hit unless it forms a solid mark on the player.