Alex Savino

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Alexander Michael Savino was a professional paintball player for the team Los Angeles Infamous. He is a middle-insert player. He lives in San Diego, CA with fellow professional paintball players Scott Kemp (Ironmen), Kenny Rosenberg and Brandon Short (Ironmen).

Biography[edit]

Alex Savino was born June 2, 1986 in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Monterey Bay, CA at age 6. He started playing paintball with friends from North Monterey High School as a sophomore. He played with several novice and amateur teams in Northern California, including the Kamikaze Kids and Twisted Revolution, before turning pro.

Professional career[edit]

At age 18, Savino moved to Las Vegas, NV to join LTZ (Less Than Zero), an amateur team that worked its way up to the pro ranks. LTZ broke up in 2007 and Savino moved to Southern California to pursue his pro career.

In 2008 Savino played for Dynasty Entourage, a semi-pro feeder team for San Diego Dynasty. Dynasty picked up Savino for the pro PSP X-ball squad mid-way through the 2008 season. Savino won his first pro tournament with Dynasty at the 2008 PSP Northeast Open.

In 2009 Savino was released from San Diego Dynasty and joined Los Angeles Infamous. Savino has played for:

  • Auckland Menace
  • Dynasty Entourage
  • Hollywood HK
  • Lisbon Benfica
  • Los Angeles Infamous
  • LTZ
  • San Diego Dynasty
Year Team League
2007 Las Vegas LTZ NXL & NPPL
2008 Dynasty Entourage
San Diego Dynasty
Auckland Menace
NPPL
NXL
Australian Super 7s
2009 Los Angeles Infamous
Lisbon Benfica
Auckland Menace
NPPL & NXL
Millennium Series[1]
Australian Super 7s
2010 Los Angeles Infamous
Auckland Menace
NPPL & NXL
Australian Super 7s

Accomplishments[edit]

  • SPLAT Magazine's Top 25 Players in the World, Ranked #24[2]

2007

  • Australian Masters Champion w/ New Zealand Menace[3]

2008

  • 1st Place PSP Northeast Open[4]
  • 1st Place, Super 7s Series—Perth, Australia w/ Auckland Menace[5]
  • 1st Place, Super 7s Series—Sydney, Australia w/ Auckland Menace[5]
  • Australian Masters Champions, Super 7s Series w/ Auckland Menace[5]

2009

  • 1st Place, Millennium Series—Bitburg, Germany w/ Lisbon Benfica[6]
  • 1st Place, Millennium Series—London, England w/ Lisbon Benfica[6]
  • 1st Place, Super 7s Series—Perth, Australia w/ Auckland Menace[6]
  • 1st Place, Super 7s Series—Sydney, Australia [5]

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