How To Get Involved

Are you looking to start a league, find a league, add your current group to the BTA listings, or otherwise get involved?

Players

  • Create an account here.
  • Find your local league and contact the league organizer here.
  • Find a team or other players in your league to form a team.
  • Read and learn the rules for the game type or types your league is playing! Rules can be found here.

Organizers must:

  • Be 18 or older
  • Be willing to register teams and input match information.
  • Collect waivers from all participants
    • If a player is under 18, ensure they have a parent or guardian to sign the waiver.
      • We recommend ages 15 and up for players, but as each group handles its own insurance, we leave each league to its managers discretion, however large scale events will be at our recommended 15 and up age group.
  • Ensure matches are played by the rules listed on the website.
  • Schedule and organize events, including finding a location and field essentials such as cover.
    • If your group does not currently have cover built, we recommend building cover with a minimum of 4 feet in height, and 4 feet in width. Or if you are purchasing pop up cover, for example the popular pop up changing rooms for use as cover, look for ones that have a footprint of 4 feet by 4 feet, or approximately 1200mm.This allows your group greater flexibility if you plan on playing more than one game type.
      • Funding field essentials, such as cover and darts, leagues may consider finding local sponsors, or having a league fee to be able to provide these things.
  • Be responsible for their leagues insurance.
  • Contact us through BlasterTagAssociation@gmail.com to set up a league manager account.

Team organization:

  • Teams must have at least the minimum number of players for the game type they are participating in. Maximum roster size for each game type
  • We recommend hosting one or two preseason games to allow players to form teams and get acclimated to playing with each other.

Referees

  • May be local for their leagues game types, or if they show proficiency in all game type rules, they may be certified for all of them. That process will be introduced in the future.
  • If there are not enough dedicated referees, players should be expected to fill those spots when their team isn’t playing.