GOV GAMES is back and ready to bring together a community of sports and fitness enthusiasts with a challenge unlike ever seen!
This year, we are an all-new category to GOV GAMES, Community Category.
Who can take part in Gov Games Community Category?
We welcome all 18 years or older, healthy and competition fit. UAE residents with no existing or recurring injuries to give it a shot! This means it's open for all community individuals.
Community Category is all about celebrating diversity and the 1 Team 1 Spirit.
Assemble your Team
No matter how tough you are, you'll need a team that brings out the very best in each other. Each team consists of 7 (5 main and 2 substitutes) players.
The community category participants won't be competing with teams from our pre-existing government entity category, it's a category entirely on its own. More than 90 teams will enter our pre-qualification round, which consists of multiple zones designed to test out your strength, speed, quick-thinking and teamwork. Only 30 qualifying teams will make it to the next phase. The teams can be women, men or mixed gender competing in same category.
The challenges we have lined up for you will push you to your very limits. This time the stakes are higher than ever! We are giving you an opportunity to show the world what you've got, but it's up to you to get up, get out there, and accept the challenge. Ready or not?"
GOV GAMES is here!
Each team consists of a minimum of 5 players. There is also an opportunity to add a further 2 substitutes to total 7 players per team.
All participants must be employed for a minimum of 3 months by the participating government entity.
Players can be of different nationalities.
Professional athletes can’t be part of the team if they are not an employee of the respective government entity.
Must be 18 years old and above.
Must be a legal resident of the United Arab Emirates.
Must be in good health and capable of participating in strenuous athletic activities.
Must be able to cope with extreme conditions.
Free of any existing or recurring injuries.
Participants must put together a team of 7 players; the teams can be women, men or mixed gender competing in same category.
Team name can represent a company or an organisation, provided they are current employees and present NOC from the company.