PrimeTime Sports, in partnership with VYPE Media, hosted the 2019 PrimeTime Sports 7-on-7 Tournament of Champions at Veterans Park and Athletic Complex on June 22-23. PrimeTime Sports expects over 130 teams to compete in the 2019 Tournament of Champions.
Completing its 14th year of existence, the PrimeTime Sports 7-on-7 Tournament of Champions plans to put more emphasis on the high school divisions, especially within the private school sector.
“The sport of 7-on-7 football is largely high school connected,” said PrimeTime Sports CEO David Stephens. “In the past, the 7-on-7 space has been dominated by the public school ranks but we wanted to host a statewide private school event that they have not in the past.”
Founded in 2000, PrimeTime Sports provides events and programs in three different sports: basketball, soccer and 7-on-7 football. PTS hosts more than 150 events on 48 different weekends in more than 20 different states.
Bryan College Station Sports + Events is thrilled to bring the PrimeTime Sports 7-on-7 Tournament of Champions back to the Bryan College Station community for its 14th consecutive year.
“BCS Sports + Events loves welcoming PrimeTime Sports each and every year to the Bryan College Station community,” said Director of Sports and Events Dominique Powell. “The Tournament of Champions is a great event for everyone involved and Bryan College Station is thrilled to once again serve as the tournament’s host site.”
For more information regarding the 2019 PrimeTime Sports 7-on-7 Tournament of Champions, visit primetimesportz.com/football/toc/champions/.