Universal Basketball League Television Show offers $32,000,000 Cash Prize.

Universal Basketball League Television Show offers $32,000,000 Cash Prize.

Los Angeles:

July 24th 2017

The new Universal Basketball League ("UBL") is launching a talent television show for unknown basketball players between the ages of 15 -25 to find a team of players (10 per team) with a huge $32,000,000 dollar cash prize. 

A spokesman for the Universal Basketball League "UBL"  indicated that the search is a television show very much like "American Idol" but instead of trying to find an unknown singer we are trying to find an unknown group of talented young and passionate basketball players. The payoff is the richest sports prize ever offered for the sport of basketball.

The Universal Basketball League does NOT cater to the 2,000 or so talented players that play in the NCAA or NBA, but caters to the 80,000,000 passionate basketball players that actively play the game in North America. and gives them the platform to not only play for a huge amount of money but also to showcase their skills to sports agents, talent scouts and even modelling agencies.

The winners of the CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS basketball tournament will each walk away with anywhere up to $10 million USD in cash!

Even more exciting is that there are two prizes. One for the men and one for the women. So, if you love basketball you need to immediately contact Univesrsal Basketball League "UBL".

For those interested in becoming team owners, which can be players, businessmen who want to promote their business's on television by backing the winning team, or a community that will get huge attention directed to their town or city, then you also need to contact Universal Basketball League at the email below.

Registrations are currently underway for the show to be televised across all delivery platforms in the fall of 2018.

Contact: Brian Bryant

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