It’s not often that you get to see this many quality teams compete before the Circuit Cup, our sport’s national championship held in Vegas this October.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 28, 2011
The 3rd Annual Kickball365.com Open Tournament (“K365 Open”), presented by CDSLegal.com, will take place on July 16, 2011, continuing its tradition of attracting teams from across the country to compete in our nation’s capital at one of the most exciting tournaments all year.
The K365 Open is the sixth National Tour Event on The Circuit, presented by Kickball365. The Circuit is the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments in America and will award over $45,000 in cash prizes to its event and tour champions and top finishers.
The K365 Open will take place at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, just minutes away from the heart of downtown D.C. Players and spectators alike will enjoy the university’s top-notch field amenities, including the dramatic Final Four and Championship Rounds “under the lights” on the plush turf of George Mason’s RAC Stadium.
A fun-filled social schedule also awaits K365 Open guests on each and every day of tournament weekend. Friday’s Meet and Greet and Pool Play Drawing Festivities will take place at Ireland’s Four Courts in Arlington, Virginia. Continental Modern Pool Lounge in Rosslyn, Virginia will host a raging after-party on Saturday night for K365 tourney goers. Finally, the party comes back to Four Courts on Sunday Funday for a Mimosa Morning sure to complete any kickballer’s tournament experience.
All co-ed teams can register today to compete for the $4,500 cash prize pool at http://dc.kickball365.com. New and existing teams are welcome, regardless of their affiliations. The Open welcomes teams from existing leagues, companies, alumni groups, young professionals organizations, educational institutions, and even just old friends or new looking to get some kicks in at one of summer’s true destination tourney weekends.
This year’s tournament expects teams from Georgia, Florida, Washington, D.C., Virginia, New York, Maryland, and more. The tournament will allow up to 32 co-ed kickball teams to compete for cash. Players must be 18 years old to play and 21 to attend the social events. Additionally, teams must have at least four (4) females on the field at all times, and teams must consist of at least eight (8) players total. Teams planning to attend this event should expect competitive kickball, plenty of food, plenty of beer, cash prizes for the winners, and an amazing overall social experience.
The tournament will be utilizing Kickball365′s official Circuit Rules and its custom-made, widely-praised official Circuit kickball. Each team will have four (4) guaranteed games. The top 16 teams will then advance to a single-elimination format to declare the winner.
Matthew Kemph, CEO for Kickball365, and Event Manager of the Kickball365.com Open Tournament, had this to say about the upcoming event, “We are hoping that a lot of kickballers and fans will attend. We always encourage the local players to come out and compete, but we would like other members of the national kickball community to participate as well. It’s not often that you get to see this many quality teams compete before the Circuit Cup, our sport’s ultimate kickball national championship held in Vegas this October."
Kickball365 has developed a social outlet and a national framework as the home of competitive kickball in America. Kickball365’s local league platform gives participants the opportunity to make friends and have fun close to home. For those interested in travel, Kickball365 offers The Circuit, a one-of-a-kind vacation experience: a sports getaway for the younger generation, with the added bonus of cash prizes for the best of the best.
“The Circuit is the most highly competitive collection of kickball tournaments today,” said Kemph. “We have a wide range of former collegiate athletes, from football players and soccer players to baseball players and swimmers. We’re excited that The Circuit has been able to attract this level of talent.”
Given the scale of the tournament, Kemph strongly encourages dedicated referees and volunteers to sign up, noting his gratitude for the many who have done so thus far. These individuals receive free lunch during tournament day and free admission to the after-party; in addition, referees receive payment for each game they officiate.
Admission is $450 for teams and must be purchased through the online registration system. Teams must register by July 10th. All spectators (fans, children and George Mason students) will be admitted for free.
For additional tournament information, visit http://dc.kickball365.com.
About the Kickball365.com Open Tournament
The Kickball365.com Open Tournament is a Kickball365 Circuit Event. It is being held for the third time in Washington, D.C on Saturday, July 16th, 2011. This year’s event is presented by CDS Legal, a full-service provider of electronic discovery services. CDS has compiled a team from around the world, of expert project managers, engineers, developers and consultants, to work collaboratively with our clients. These clients say that the CDS team sets them apart from the competition. That is why some of the largest and most prestigious law firms, consultancies, financial institutions and corporate legal departments entrust their complex matters to CDS seasoned professionals. Discover more at http://www.cdslegal.com.
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and one of a kind tournament vacation experiences. We are the home for kickball competition in America. Kickball365 produces The Circuit, the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments. Our tournaments are one-of-a-kind vacation experiences where teams compete to win their share of over $45,000 in cash prizes throughout 2011. Over 4,000 players will experience Circuit kickball alone this year. Think your team can compete? Register today at http://www.thisiskickball.com.
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