The event will see three-point specialists from more than 10 countries across the Caribbean vying for the coveted title of Caribbean King of the Courts.
According to one of the organisers, Steve E. Parillon, the event will be held at Jeffrey Caines Arena on Virgin Gorda and also see a celebrity shootout that will some local local stars as well as politicians.
The countries confirmed to participate are US Virgin Islands, which will be sending shooters from St Croix, St Thomas and St John; St Kitts and Nevis; Anguilla; St Maarten; Montserrat; St Eustatius; [British] Virgin Islands, which will be having shooters representing Virgin Gorda and Tortola; Dominican Republic; St Vincent & the Grenadines; and Guyana.
A team representing the Philippines has also been invited to participate on what is expected to be a night of intense competition and excitement.
The Virgin Islands will be represented by the 2020 King of the Courts Champion and experienced and accomplished basketball player Jason A. Edwin, who will be repping Tortola, and 2018 Save the Seed Basketball Championship MVP Stephano K. Paul, who will be representing Virgin Gorda.
According to Parillon, more than 80% of the participants for the inaugural King of the Courts Caribbean Championships are already confirmed.
The Virgin Islands will be represented by 2020 King of the Courts Champion and experienced and accomplished basketball player Jason A. Edwin, who will be repping Tortola specifically.
2018 Save the Seed Basketball Championship MVP Stephano K. Paul will be representing Virgin Gorda at the first ever King of the Court Caribbean Championships at Jeffrey Caines Arena on Virgin Gorda on April 2, 2022.