Rules and Regulations

To ensure that every participant has a fantastic day with us at Gelsoft Australia, we have a list of rules and regulations to help players understand the safe and most enjoyable way to play Gelsoft!

Rules and Guidelines for Indoor Gelsoft Sessions

  1. Referees and Staff ruling is final. Any harassment of staff or players will result in immediate removal from the session.
  2. No dry firing or magazines in blaster in the indicated safe zones at any time. Repeated failure to uphold this rule may result in removal from the session.
  3. Players must wear enclosed shoes and full face mask rated for suitable protection for Gelsoft Australia. Paintball or similar full face masks are satisfactory.
  4. Players must wear safety gear on field or when instructed by a Staff member.
  5. No climbing on structures or obstacles.
  6. No blind firing. All players must shoulder or look down sights to fire to ensure fair gameplay.
  7. Most events do not have a minimum engagement or 'bang bang' rule. However we highly encourage restraint being used on younger participants to ensure fun for everyone.
  8. Minimum age of participating in our field is 8 years old. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a guardian or parent present to sign a participation waiver.
  9. Children between 8 - 15 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We do not supervise participants between match rounds and are not responsible for watching patrons.
  10. Horns will indicate end of game round, safely discharge your blaster and ensure that all magazines are removed prior to exiting the field.
  11. There is absolutely zero tolerance for verbal and physical altercations. If you are not having fun or are becoming frustrated, please remove yourself from the field and seek out a staff member or referee, who will be happy to assist you.
  12. In the event of a injury occurring during a session, the words "No Duff Medic" will be shouted, in which case all games must cease immediately and anyone not involved to leave the arena safely and adhering to rule 10.
  13. Referees are there to ensure a safe and fun session for everyone. For any problems involving other players or staff, we encourage you to seek out a referee for help.

Rules and Guidelines for Gelsoft Outdoor Sessions

  1. Referees and Staff ruling is final. Any harassment of staff or players will result in immediate removal from the session.
  2. No dry firing or magazines in blaster in the indicated safe zones at any time. Repeated failure to uphold this rule may result in removal from the field.
  3. Players must wear enclosed shoes and adequate eye protection rated for similar activities for Gelsoft Australia. Safety googles, paintball masks are satisfactory.
  4. Players must wear safety gear on field or when instructed by a Staff member.
  5. No climbing on the field vehicles when stationary or in motion.
  6. If a vehicle is moving through the field, players must keep a 5m minimum distance around it for the safety of all players. Players are not to stand in front of the vehicles at ANY TIME.
  7. No blind firing. All players must shoulder or look down sights to fire to ensure fair gameplay.
  8. Most events do not have a minimum engagement or 'bang bang' rule. However we highly encourage restraint being used on younger participants to ensure fun for everyone.
  9. Minimum age of participating in our field is 8 years old. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a guardian or parent present to sign a participation waiver.
  10. Children between 8 - 15 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We do not supervise participants between match rounds and are not responsible for watching patrons.
  11. Horns will indicate end of game round, safely discharge your blaster and ensure that all magazines are removed prior to exiting the field.
  12. There is absolutely zero tolerance for verbal and physical altercations. If you are not having fun or are becoming frustrated, please remove yourself from the field and seek out a staff member or referee, who will be happy to assist you.
  13. In the event of a injury occurring during a session, the words "No Duff Medic" will be shouted, in which case all games must cease immediately and anyone not involved to leave the arena safely and adhering to rule 10.
  14. Referees are there to ensure a safe and fun session for everyone. For any problems involving other players or staff, we encourage you to seek out a referee for help.

These rules are made for your safety and the safety of others. Failure to comply to these rules could result in expulsion from the field. If you have any enquiries, please let us know at gelsoftaus@gmail.com and we will be happy to answer!