Ricochet has said it best. This is what I was trying to get across.
And 100+ people playing airsoft could potentially be just a scrim. Or it could be a game on private property. This is an honor sport and so far lawsuits have been next to zero (that I know of). But all it takes is for someone playing at an uninsured game to fall through the floor of a building or into an unmarked pit (apparently it happened at mason relic) get seriously injured and that players family sues everybody and anybody because of the injuries. Worst case scenario someone dies at a game and then the organizer/property owner/whatever gets sued for the death of the player. If they proved negligence it could result in jail time even.
Insurance at airsoft games is more for the host, not the player.
Originally Posted by TokyoSeven
1+1 = 2
Were you maybe expecting 1+1 = donut?