It is a deep field in Ulaanbaatar with Zemun (SRB) and Humpolec Bernard (CZE) rounding out the top four seeds meaning four of the top 10 teams in the world will be on show.
There are six Mongolian teams in the 16-team tournament headlined by No.6 seeds Ulaanbaatar. Two Australian teams will feature, including Wst Melbourne Stateside who made their Masters debut in Chengdu and almost knocked off Riga Ghetto (LAT) on Day 1.
The winner in Ulaanbaatar takes home $15,000 USD and there is $32,000 overall in prize money - a significant increase from $20,000 in challengers last year.
The two top teams will earn tickets for the Saskatoon Masters on July 20-21 in the fourth stop on this season’s FIBA 3x3 World Tour.
Amsterdam (NED) and Piran (SLO) have already qualified for the event in Saskatoon.
Follow the Ulaanbaatar Challenger live on the official FIBA 3x3 YouTube channel.