A ‘sport for the masses’ will be set up in Singapore – ‘the future’
Prometric is set to launch a sports competition called “Cpa Schedule” on December 1st.
The event will be based in Singapore, which has seen a meteoric rise in the popularity of the sport in recent years.
“Cpa Scheduled will bring together a diverse group of athletes from across the globe to compete for the prize money and the accolades of the world’s best.
The athletes will compete in a series of games in a competitive environment.
In the end, it will be the winner of the championship who will be crowned the greatest athlete of all time.
Prometric believes that Cpa Schedules can be a powerful tool to inspire and support the next generation of athletes,” the company’s Facebook post said.
Prometric is also set to bring in the “world’s best athletes” from the countries of Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East to compete in the competition.
Prometic’s announcement comes after it was revealed that Chinese actor Chen Zhiming has signed up to the competition to “testify on behalf of the Singapore government”.
In a separate move, the Australian broadcaster Ten Network has also signed up for the event, and will televise it on the network.
The Cpa Schedule competition is scheduled to take place at the Singapore International Cricket Stadium, located on the southern tip of Singapore, between January 19 and February 8.
The event will also feature a number of high-profile Australian and New Zealand players, as well as international stars like former Australian captain Darren Lehmann, former New Zealand captain Darren Bravo and former Australian and Indian cricketer Steve Smith.
Prometer also announced that the first three games of the event will feature some of the biggest names in the cricketing world, with the remaining games featuring some of their “best”.
The CPA Scheduled competition is one of a number that Prometric has planned to stage in Singapore.
The company has previously held competitions in Dubai, Dubai, New Delhi and Dubai, but has yet to announce whether or not it will also be staging its first competition in Singapore at the same time.
The sport has been growing rapidly in the Asian market in recent times, with a number teams having formed in the country in recent months.