No speed limit for Highway Star

hws_01Paintball has been played in Thailand since the late 90's with recball fields sprouting up all over the country to cater for locals and tourists alike. Tournament paintball in the country has grown at pace with its close neighbours Malaysia and with teams like Infernal leading the way,  it is no surprise that teams from Thailand are now highly regarded in the region for their fast-paced playing styles and skills.

PaintballNews.asia recently caught up with team Highway Star, another Division 1 team from Thailand who have helped raise the standards for Thai tournament paintball. Thanawat Songwathana aka 'Kaii' founded Highway Star in 2007 after returning from America where he played in the NPPL, PSP and CFOA. Three years later and the squad now has two teams Highway Star and Highway Star Kids that compete at local and regional paintball tournaments. We talked to Kaii about the Highway Star journey so far.

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