3x3 is a one-hoop-only basketball game played by 3 players (and one substitute) on each team, which was added to the Olympic Program (starting from the Tokyo 2020 Games) on June 9 2017.
3x3 Competition Network
3x3 Competition Network is a FIBA-steered hierarchised system of 3x3 competitions integrating and comprising of the 3x3 Official Competitions as well as all (and only) FIBA-endorsed events
Any event accepting the FIBA-endorsement terms
3x3 Official Competitions
Olympic Tournaments, FIBA 3x3 World Cups (incl. U18), FIBA Zone 3x3 Cups (incl. U18), FIBA 3x3 U23 Nations League and FIBA 3x3 World Tour
3x3 World Tour
A 3x3 competition organised under supervision of FIBA and comprised of several World Tour Masters and one World Tour Final, with teams representing a city participating in each event; players are free to form teams
3x3 World Tour Qualifier
A 3x3 competition organised by a FIBA-designee where at least one team qualifies for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Masters; there are two kind of 3x3 Qualifiers: Quest and Challengers.
A 3x3 Qualifier comprised of at least three inter-connected events, with at least 150 participating teams in all categories and events
A 3x3 Qualifier comprised of one stand-alone, international tournament with prize money limited to 16 invitational teams.
A Satellite is a 3x3 Tour or single event that is yet too small to be eligible to be a direct WT Qualifier – therefore winning teams of these events are directed by FIBA to suitable 3x3 Challengers.
3x3 Individual World Ranking
3x3 Individual World Ranking is a ranking of all players registered in play.fiba3x3.com based on the ranking points collected at FIBA-endorsed events and pick-ups
3x3 Federation Ranking
3x3 Federation Ranking is the ranking of all National Federations based on the 3x3 Individual World Ranking points of their top 100 nationals (with a confirmed FIBA 3x3 profile) in the respective category (men, women, U23 men, U23 women, U18 men, U18 women)
play.fiba3x3.com is a players-centric digital platform and games repository
3x3 Backend is a database that allows Zones and National Federations to extract reports, follow the 3x3 activity on their respective territory and register players to national-team based 3x3 Official Competitions
FIBA’s freeware to organise 3x3 events
Cut-off for national-team 3x3 Official Competitions
The 12.00 UTC hours of the day in which the 3x3 Federation Ranking is calculated to determine the qualified teams to a World Cup or Youth Olympic Games
Eligibility of National Federations members
Three FIBA-endorsed events in the territory of the given federation during the 12 months precedent to the cut-off date and E-learning certified
Eligibility of players
Confirmed FIBA 3x3 profile at time of registration of the players to a 3x3 Official Competition