KXO, 2023 season round 2 Seoul tour held at Gwangmyeong Speedom
KXO (Korea 3×3 Basketball Federation) will conduct a 3×3 Seoul tour at Gwangmyeong Speedome.
The event, hosted by KXO and sponsored by the Motorboat Racing Headquarters, will be held on May 27th and 28th at the special court at Gwangmyeong Speedom. KXO decided to hold the tournament in a total of four categories: U18, Men’s Open, Women’s Open, and KXO League.
Gwangmyeong Speedome, where the game will be held, is a landmark recognized as a beautiful building in Korea. Gwangmyeong Speedom, which opened in 2006, is the world’s largest dome racetrack that can accommodate up to 30,000 people.
The participating teams closed early with 18 teams in the U18 division, 18 teams in the men’s open division, 8 teams in the women’s open division, and 6 teams in the KXO league.
In particular, this Seoul tour will host the women’s open, which was not held in the last Hoengseong tour, and the Mongolian team will also participate. In the league division with the greatest interest, interest is in recapturing Inje from the sky, Hanul Construction’s second consecutive championship, Hongcheon Epin, and Hansol Remicon’s challenge for the championship.
A KXO official said, “Players participating in the KXO League this season can receive FIBA 3×3 points generously. This is because the level of the KXO League competition this season will be adjusted from 2 last year to 5 or higher.”
“As KXO’s October FIBA Challenger International Tournament has been virtually confirmed, we expect basketball players to pay more attention to 3×3 basketball,” he said.
Meanwhile, the KXO League is expected to have fierce competition for the right to participate in the ‘FIBA 3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023’ scheduled to be held in Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do this October. Based on this season’s KXO League performance, it will be decided whether or not to participate in the FIBA 3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023 안전놀이터.