Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network (CYBN), the most recognized and fast-growing organization in Chicago, is now accepting registrations for February 2-game and 3-game tournaments to bring the best competitive environment for players to showcase their skills in match-play.
The popularity of Chicago youth basketball leagues is ever-growing as the passion for the sport remains undiminished. However, booking courts for school districts and municipalities remained an expensive proposition. Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network set out to change that by creating a win-win situation for teams and gyms alike and has thus had a positive impact on the sport in general. In fact, CYBN has helped schools and other organizations save close to $250,000 annually, with gymnasium fees being 25% of their usual rates. It has also helped gyms stay filled by creating these opportunities for teams.
It is interesting to note that Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network is not a tournament broker, nor does it invest in any basketball team.
“We are dedicated to providing excellent facilities and opportunities for athletes to showcase their skills. Our members have access to the most modern equipment and services. Moreover, tournaments like the upcoming ones in February create a platform for them to match their skills in a fairly even environment,” says a representative for the organization that has become a popular choice for basketball youth leagues in Chicago.
Access to top-notch facilities and a taste of a competitive environment with evenly matched teams are just some of the reasons why these tournaments are highly anticipated and eagerly awaited by teams and organizations. And that is definitely the case with the upcoming tournaments in February, registrations for which are already filling fast.
“There has been a lot of interest in the upcoming games from teams in the region. The registrations are still open, but only a few spots remain. So the time to register for February 2-game and 3-game tournaments is now,” said a representative for Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network.
It is true that often there are fewer opportunities when it comes to girls’ basketball tournaments in the country. That’s why Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network has always strived to present unique opportunities and platforms for both boys and girls. That’s something teams can expect in the upcoming February tournaments that will be held in the cutting-edge facilities at Plainfield SportsPlex, Supreme Courts, and TPS (Willow Springs). For example, Superbowl Showdown will be held on Saturdays and Sundays and includes both 2-game and 3-game shootouts.
LW Warriors Showdown, on the other hand is set to take place at Lincoln Way West HS. It will include 3-game shootouts for both, boys and girls. The Valentine’s Day Classic tournament to be held on the corresponding weekend is going to be another opportunity that teams simply cannot miss. The top talents and teams representing the best of basketball in Chicago will be participating in the tournaments. Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network has made it easier to register with support from its representatives to make it seamless.
To learn more about these tournaments in February and register, one can visit https://cybntournaments.com.
About Chicago Youth Basketball Network
The Chicago Youth Basketball Network (CYBN) is one of Chicago's most recognized and active youth basketball organizations. At present, they serve over 5000 teams, and the number of registrations is growing each year. The organization helps many schools and other organizations save up to $250,000 annually. However, the uptick in the number of teams registering and those that are poised to register will have a positive effect on the sport in general. Although the Chicago Youth Basketball Network isn't a tournament broker and does not invest capital in any basketball team, they provide the school districts and municipalities the opportunity to rent courts at a discounted price. The CYBN and its growing partner network own several gyms in Chicago. The fees are 25% of what they usually are with the same facilities. That means organizations save money and keep the gyms filled; a win-win for everyone.
Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network
888 S Frontenac St Suite 100 Aurora, Il 60504-3170