SpeedQB is a form of speedsoft that has become quite popular recently and is played indoors or outdoors and uses wooden barriers as cover, rather than inflatable ones.
SpeedQB has become a popular and competitive branded sport of its own, with their own tournaments, rules, fields and even branded speedsoft equipment and clothing.
A point-based system, teams in SpeedQB race to accumulate 100 points (to a maximum of 125 or so with bonus points).
Playing out very much like a competitive sport, teams start with touching a wall on opposite ends of the field. When a horn blares, they take off down a safe zone tunnel and towards a flag planted in the middle of the field.
Capturing the flag first earns 25 points, eliminating an opponent nets 5 points each, touching the opposing team’s breakout wall with the flag is another 25 points, and so on.
There are also an assortment of penalties that reduce the overall points that a team has and can lead to disqualification, such as not calling a hit (-25), blind firing (-25), false starts (-25) and so on.
As can be seen, SpeedQB is a far more standardized, structured and organized sport within speedsoft (and airsoft) compared to many other forms of play.