Asia’s ‘largest youth basketball tournament’ to be held in Chungju, South Korea

The “first and largest Asian youth basketball tournament in Korea” sponsored by the Korea Basketball Association, Kakao, Lotte Chilsung, and portal site Daum will be held in Chungju.

The Asia Youth Basketball Championship (AYBC) will be held in Chungju, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea, for four days from Thursday, April 15 to Sunday, April 18. The tournament will feature 40 teams from 10 Asian countries, including Japan, the Philippines, and Taiwan, as well as 42 domestic youth clubs. About 5,000 people, including 900 athletes and officials, 토토사이트 추천 are expected to show up in Chungju.

The tournament is organized and hosted by the Chungju Basketball Association and sponsored by the Korea Basketball Association, Chungju City, Chungju Sports Association, Chungcheongbuk-do Basketball Association, Kakao, Lotte Chilsung, White Label, Molten Korea, Weplay, and Black Label.

As this is the first Asian youth basketball tournament to be held in Korea, the Korea Basketball Association will send referees and officials to help organize the tournament.

For the first time in a youth basketball tournament, Kakao’s portal site Daum (DAUM) will support the AYBC. The entire tournament will be broadcast live on Kakao TV, and a dedicated page for the AYBC will be established on Daum’s portal site to provide more active coverage of the tournament.

In addition, a number of sponsors will help organize the first large-scale Asian basketball tournament in Korea, including Lotte Chilsung, which will sponsor ionized beverages and bottled water to improve the performance of Asian youth players visiting Korea.

An official from the Chungju City Sports Association said, “It’s amazing that the tournament has been organized on such a grand scale since its inception this year. With a new gymnasium set to open next year and plans to remodel the Chungju Gymnasium, we will do our best to strengthen our position as a basketball city through this opportunity,” said an official from the Chungju Sports Association.

The AYBC Festival is coming to Chungju with a number of sponsors, including Kakao.

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