Your support. your game.
Founded by Metta World Peace, XvsX is being grown by influencers, coaches and players of every level who want to bring the power of sports into everyone’s hands, helping communities across America
Former NBA World Champion Metta World Peace started XvsX because he saw the opportunity that local basketball could bring to non-pro athletes. He’s brought in sponsors, other pro-players and influencers to launch this company that gives players, organizers, and coaches all the tools they need to grow thriving local basketball leagues. Download the app today to get tools to create teams, organize games and practices and post and see great basketball content scoring.
find games to play in or watch
Grow and support your local communities by playing organized games. Use the XvxX app to invite players, organize times and even sell tickets.
The app feed features the best basketball content being generated all over the US. Add yours to get exposure and followers. Enjoy the community, tips and good vibes.
personal & community revenue
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let’s talk money
XvsX is designed to make money ONLY if you make money. How? Enable people to pay a small ticket price to see local games. Or, offer coaching or pay-to-play in semi-pro games. Upload amazing content that’s seen, shared and has the potential to get sponsors by one of our partners.
- You pay nothing to be part of XvxX.
WAYS TO MAKE MONEY
- Let fans make direct donations to you or sell tickets to support local basketball games. Offer coaching or pay-to-play in a semi-pro games.
Build your profile
- Add content & be seen. Be part of our growing content library of the best moments in training, games and off court moments. Our sponsors are always looking for new community voices to back.
We believe that sports can unite, heal and create healthier communities & that now is the time to bring some of the giant sports worlds money back into everyday communities.