Beat down your opponents in football and you will get disqualified, but in Ultimate Tazer Ball feel free to use a stun gun to pass electric current through your opponent's body as it could have you winning player of the game.
Ultimate Tazer Ball, or UTB, was invented by three friends: Leif Kellenberger, Erik Wunsch and Eric Prumm. According to the Huffington Post, they all wanted a game Kellenberger describes as more intriguing than the usual sports.
In UTB, two teams of four players face off against each other and try to get a huge ball into the goal of the opposing team. This is all done while tackling and definitely attacking the other team's ball carrier by giving him the shock treatment. Each player carries a stun gun.
Stun guns are usually used for defense purposes, as they weaken people through the use of electroshocks. The shocks affect the functioning of the muscles.
But Kellenberger told the Huffington Post that stun guns are still good for sports.
The stun guns make this an exciting sport for everyone, Kellenberger said. [Using them] equalizes the game so a small, fast player can handle a bigger player.
Kellenberger told the Huffington Post that the stun guns UTB players use have low-grade effects and doesn't carry any long-term dangers.
These give out between 3 to 5 milli-amps, he said. It feels like a rubber band snap. It's shocking but will only make you twitch or drop the ball. And it works on the nervous system so no one will get immune to it, so we won't have to raise the level in the future to get the same effect.
There are currently four official professional UTB teams. They are the Philadelphia Killawatts, the San Diego Spartans, the Toronto Terror and the Los Angeles Nightlight. The first official Ultimate Tazer Ball tournament was in January, according to the Huffington Post.
Mobile Magazine said a tournament is being organized in March in Bangkok.
Watch the game of UTB below: