How to Create Your 3x3 Player Profile

Creating a 3x3 player profile allows athletes to accumulate and track their ranking points among other 3x3 competitors in the United States.  Individual 3x3 ranking points feed into the overall country 3x3 participation points that USA Basketball needs to qualify for international competitions.  By creating your player profile, you play an integral role in helping the United States qualify for FIBA 3x3 World Championships!

Player profiles are a requirement for any participant in a 3x3 Qualifier, National Tournament or World Championship.  Follow the steps below to create your profile and properly compete in officially endorsed FIBA 3x3 tournaments.

STEP 1: On the FIBA 3x3 Planet website click the blue “Sign Up” button on the top right.

STEP 2: Enter in the required personal information and create a unique password login.

STEP 3: Once all fields are filled in and the terms and agreement are accepted, click the “Register Now” button at the bottom of the page.

STEP 4: Following registrations, players will receive a verification email from FIBA 3x3 to the email address entered on the signup page.

STEP 5: Open the email and click on the link to confirm your player profile.  Your player profile registration is not complete until you open and confirm the link sent to your email address.

Once you’ve created and confirmed your player profile, you can begin to accumulate ranking points from the FIBA 3x3 endorsed tournaments in which you participate.

All 3x3 basketball inquiries should be emailed to 3x3@usabasketball.com.

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