The NBL acts as a successor to Nerf's official Nerf Dart Tag League. Some teams are captained by a popular Nerf YouTube personality. Running commentary is provided by Tyler Lemco of Epic Meal Time, and Jordan The Future.
Each match has a different game type, ranging from Capture the Flag to King of the Hill. "Power Cards" can can be played by team captains before or mid-game to affect game rules, such as changing how tagging out players works or forcing players to drop excess ammunition. Blasters are also limited each match to a single brand series (such as N-Strike Mega or Adventure Force).
Unlike the NDTL, though, matches are scripted and footage is edited in post.
The first season of the NBL lasted throughout 2018 and consisted of sixteen matches. The final match ended on a cliffhanger.
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