NEWARK, N.J., Nov. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Mixed Gender Basketball, the world's first and original co-ed league is here to bring professional basketball back to New Jersey.
"We want all male and female players over the age of 18, from New Jersey and New York to have the opportunity to try out for this historic league," said James Scott, Founder of Global Mixed Gender Basketball.
Eleven teams representing six counties in New Jersey and five boroughs in New York will be formed with the best players. GMGB, along with Newark's mayor Ras Baraka, invites the public to the Newark Prudential Center on Wednesday, November 4th at 7pm for the tryouts.
For details, participants can go to its website at www.globalmixedgenderbasketball.com or call 201-606-2617 to register for this event.
There is no fee for registration or tryouts, just come prepared to play with shorts and a numbered jersey.
About Global Mixed Gender Basketball
Global Mixed Gender Basketball is an innovative concept to the basketball industry. It features both men and women, playing on the same team, with male and female coaches, managers and staff. All team members are paid on equal levels; no more will a woman make less than a man for performing the same job.
Founder of GMGB
SOURCE Global Mixed Gender Basketball