About Challengers

Challengers are stand-alone events from which the best teams qualify to a pre-determined World Tour Masters. They are international tournaments, played during two days, with prize money limited to 16 invitational teams.

Saskatoon Masters (21-22 July)

Event Organiser Country Date
GoYang Challenger Korea 3x3 Basketball League South Korea 14-15 April
Chengdu Challenger Chengdu Basketball Association China 26-27 May

 

Utsunomiya Masters (28-29 July)

Event Organiser Country Date
Wuxi Challenger Fountask China 5-6 May
Sydney Challenger Basketball Australia Australia 19-20 May

 

Prague Masters (4-5 August)

Event Organiser Country Date
Tinkoff Moscow Open Streetbasket Russia Russia 18-19 May
The Hague Challenger NBB Netherlands 2-3 June
Kaunas Challenger Sporto namų grupė Lithuania 30 June - 1 July

 

Lausanne Masters (24-25 August)

Event Organiser Country Date
Lignano Sabbiadoro Challenger FIP Italy 14-15 July
Lipik Challenger LIBOX Croatia 6-7 July
Ghetto Basket Ventspils Challenger Ghetto Basket Latvia 27-28 July

 

Debrecen Masters (30-31 August)

Event Organiser Country Date
Raiffeisen Bank Bucharest Challenger SportArena Romania 11-12 August
Ljubljana Challenger KZS Slovenia 17-18 August
Limassol Challenger Limassol 3on3 Cyprus 16-17 June

 

Mexico City Masters (8-9 September)

Event Organiser Country Date
tbc      

 

India Masters (22-23 September)

Event Organiser Country Date
ING-DiBA Berlin Challenger DBB Germany 31 August - 1 September
Penang Challenger World Hoops Malaysia 5-6 May

 

Chengdu  Masters (29-30 September)

Event Organiser Country Date
Nanjing Challenger Fountask China 21-22 April
Hang Zhou Challenger Zhe Jiang Basketball Association China 16-17 June

 

Penang Challenger (13-14 October)

Event Organiser Country Date
Huai An Challenger Fountask China 12-13 May
Ulaanbaatar Challenger Mongolia Basketball Federation Mongolia 2-3 June
Edmonton Challenger Basketball Alberta Canada 22-23 September