They say to dream big, but Bavan Singh took it to a whole new level. After being inspired by a dream he had one night, Singh developed the game of Raiderball, a thrilling combination of American football/rugby, soccer, basketball, and the ancient Indian sport of Kabaddi. And now, the North American Raiderball Association (NARBA) is taking the game to new heights.
It all started when Singh had a vivid dream of a sport he had never seen before. The next day, he got straight to work jotting down his ideas, and within a few weeks, Raiderball was born. The game is fast-paced and strategic, with raiders having just 25 seconds to get a ball past the defenders and into the end-zone, where they must toss it into a circular hoop to score. But with raidkillers waiting to take down any raider who enters the end-zone, it's not an easy feat.
Community First & Always
So why is Raiderball being hailed as the people's game? Because Singh wants to set it up strictly as a non-profit, with teams owned by their communities and all profits going back to local charities and programs. It's a refreshing change in the sports world, and the hope is to expand it amongst many communities across North America.
Video explanation on the Raiderball gameplay and penalties, regulated by NARBA.
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