Aussie sports stars are taking part in a special Lockdown League 2K Tournament

The Lockdown League has partnered with 2K to bring 16 of Australia’s best sports stars and celebrities to take part in an NBA 2K20 tournament. The Lockdown League: NBA 2K20 will find out who in Australia is the best NBA 2K20 player.

Those taking part include AFL stars Lachie Neale and James Sicily, MMA champions Martin Nguyen and Josh Culibao, ATP Tennis player, Thanasi Kokkinakis, hip-hop super star, Phi11a, and funny-men Shooter Williamson and Elliot Loney.

Players will face off using NBA 2K20’s Quick Game mode utilising six-minute quarters. Each face off will last around two hours and will include extra content such as interviews, giest appearances and more.

NBA 2K20 Lockdown League

Players will be able to watch all 17 matches, including the finals, live on Twitch, YouTube and social media. The first round began last night, August 11, and continues tonight, August 12, at 7 pm AEST.

Stay tuned to the folllowing social media accounts to keep up to date with all the goings on of the tournament.

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