Alongside the senior men’s and women’s divisions, junior players will also have the opportunity to battle, with categories open to under 18 boys and girls.
BPNG CEO, Joel Khalu said the 3×3 style was established to suit basketball players throughout the country.
He said the 3X3 hoops is dynamic and fast-paced.
He said it’s also a game that generates great flair, which is fantastic for spectators. Each game will only last ten minutes, bringing a nonstop excitement of great basketball action.
Teams will face-off in their respective divisions throughout the day until the champions are crowned.
In order to win the whole challenge, some teams may end up playing six, seven or eight games in one day, involving the element of fitness into the game, making it an ideal way to socialise, have fun and get some fitness from the Easter Weekend.
Teams willing to be part of the event can registration at the BFPNG office at TAIC, with their K50.00 nomination fee before close of business tomorrow.
The tournament draw will be designed this Thursday with the first game to kick off on Friday at 10am.