Ice Cube called for withdrawal from the Big3 2020 season. The next tip transaction in 2021.
BIG3 is shutting down the 2020 season out of concerns about player safety and fans’ participation during the coronavirus pandemic.
The league has considered a variety of options, such as “playing in a place in Los Angeles”, but according to a statement released on Monday, the decision to abandon the move was given in view of the uncertainty of “orders to stay at home” and public gatherings.
“BIG3 has always wanted to provide our fans with the best products under safe conditions. Due to the fusion of safety, the uncertainty of testing, changing government regulations, insurance and liability issues, the challenges faced by sponsors and advertisers themselves And the nature of the virus itself has changed, so I decided to focus on the generous return in 2021. “
In the fourth year of entering the league, the league is scheduled to be promoted at the FedEx Forum in Memphis on June 20, followed by other games in Miami, Chicago and Washington, DC.
BIG3 plans to introduce a new age under 22, open to the public for trial, and a new “fire” rule that allows players to challenge the foul one-on-one.
“We did our best to spend a wonderful 2020 season for fans, but encountered many obstacles, we decided to shift our focus to let fans perform well in the stands in 2021. BIG3 co-founder Ice Cube said that from the first At the beginning of the day, our goal has always been to provide a fulfilling top-level competition advertising entertainment experience.
Cube, who established an alliance with Jeff Kwatinetz, still plans to launch a three-to-three tournament for the reality show called “BIG3: Not in My Home”.
“With the creation of BIG3: not in my house, and have more time to prepare for the season, we will definitely shine,” Cube said.