FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup's facts and figures

24 Mar 2024

SINGAPORE - The best players on the continent are about to battle for supremacy at the FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup 2024 on March 27-31. 

Let's provide you with all the facts and figures you need for this event

How many editions? 

This will be the seventh edition of the Asia Cup with the tournament having started in 2013. 


This will be the third consecutive Asia Cup played in Singapore and the second straight at the OCBC Square at the world  famous Singapore Sports Hub.

Asia's biggest event has also been played in Doha, Ulaanbaatar, Shenzhen and Changsha. 

Who won last year?

Asia Cup 2023 was surely the best on record and the men's gold medal game will always be remembered by those watching. Mongolia broke the 24-game win streak of Australia when Anand Ariunbold hit the game-winner to lift his country to their second Asia Cup title. 

But the Aussies came away with gold in the women's after the 'Gangurrus'  completed the most dominant run seen at Asia's showpiece event.

The irresistible women's team were a class above with no team scoring more than 11 points against them as Australia avenged falling short in 2022.


The first edition

History was made in Doha in May 2013 with the first edition of the Asia Cup. It was still very much the early days of 3x3 and there were a number of surprising medalists

Host Qatar rode the support of their nation to win the men's gold, while India triumphed over Mongolia in the women's final. 

How many different/total winners?

There have been 3 men's gold medalists and 4 in the women's. 

Men's: Qatar, Mongolia, Australia

Women's: India, Australia, New Zealand, China

Who has won the most medals?

Australia have dominated the event with three titles each in both genders. The men's team won a hat-trick of titles from 2018-22, while the women emerged victorious in 2017, 2019 and 2023. 


How many game days, teams and games? 

There will be five game days in Singapore. The qualifying draw will take place on March 27-28 before the main draw with the knockouts held on the final day of March 31.

There are 23 men's teams and 20 women's teams, with 76 games overall. 

3 medalists per gender

There is gold, silver and bronze up for grabs in both genders. 

Top Scorer: Delgernyam Davaasambuu (126 points)

The two-time Asia Cup champ has been at the heart of Mongolia's rise into an Asia powerhouse. Last year's MVP inspires his country with his brute strength and bravery as he dominates the paint for the physically powerful Mongolia. 

No player in the event's competition has made more buckets than Delgernyam Davaasambuu.