MacDev pick up Miami Rage for the 2008 season
MacDev are proud to announce a new sponsorship with Florida based pro team Miami Rage. The guys from Miami have opted to shoot a combination of Droids and Cyborgs in 2008, and started using their new toys at the PSP World Cup in Orlando.
Everyone at MacDev are proud to be associated with Miami Rage, and we look forward to a great season in 2008.About MacDev
From MIami Rage:
Miami Rage is proud to announce its new deal with MacDev. We will be shooting a combination of Droids and Cyborgs for the last event of the season and all of the 2008 season. We have had a good run with Angel, but we thought we were due for a change of scenery. We thank everybody at WDP and wish them all the best. Miami Rage has had an existing relationship with MacDev as they were our bottle sponsor for the 2005 season as well as gun and bottle sponsor for Miami Rage's Str8killas a sister team of Miami Rage. Our players have been familiar with the
guns for a while now and have always liked the Cyborg. So when the discussion came up of the Droid we where pretty confident that any MacDev product would be one hell of a product. We look forward to representing MacDev and giving back to them what they have given us. It is a pleasure to work with James, Dianne, and Bourke. They are wonderful people with a wonderful product. To put the icing on the cake MacDev USA is now located about a mile from Miami Rage's retail store and is run by Pete Bofill and Jerry Desvarieux two good friends of Miami Rage.
-Art Mendoza, Miami Rage
MacDev were established in 1969 in Sydney, Australia. Since that time, MacDev engineers have been working in the fields of pneumatics, hydraulics and engineering consultancy.
In the mid 90's, MacDev engineers designed and manufactured the worlds first all aluminium bodied paintball air system, and continued on today by manufacturing markers, barrels, air systems, accessories and clothing for the paintball industry.
In 2003, MacDev created the Cyborg electronic range of markers, releasing subsequent models in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
In 2007, MacDev created the Droid marker - revolutionising the expectations of spool valve driven paintball markers. This revolution continues with the release of the Clone marker in 2009. (SOURCE)