The Nigeria Teqball Federation has postponed the first edition of the Nigeria Challenger Series (Round 1 – 4), which was initially slated for July 24th to 30th, in Plateau State has been rescheduled to take place in Abuja from August 26th to 29th, 2021.
According to the prospectus which was signed by the Secretary – General of Nigeria Teqball Federation, Ndudi E. Edede, the Nigeria Challenger Series is two championships in one, which will be played in different locations and will attract prize money of USD 2,500 each (USD 2,500 x 2 = USD 5,000).
The competition also serves as a qualifier to Teqball World Championship planned for November 2021 is also an avenue create opportunities for our athletes to become professional teqball players.
The World Championship is the sport’s flagship event and the 2021 edition will be a celebration of the global growth of teqball, in spite of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Entry for participation is free and only the first Sixteen (16) Teqball Clubs across the States that completes her registration for the championship with NIGTEQ shall participate while it is also noted in the prospectus that only clubs recognized by Federation International of Teqball shall participate.
Deadline for registration is Saturday, August 14, 2021 and it is also the last day for acceptance of registration, however registration could be closed before this date if sixteen (16) clubs to take part in the championship is completed.
Any cancelation after registration will attract a fee of N50,000.00 (Fifty Thousand Naira).