7/25 – 7/28/2023
8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Plaza Hotel & Casino
1 N Main St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
5th floor near the pool deck
ADDITIONAL SPORT FEE:
$10 court fee (per event)
TEAM REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
The Police & Fire Games are ready to serve up Pickleball in 2023! Grab your paddles and get ready to rally on the court this July.
Current USA Pickleball Rules will be in force during the tournament.
The format will be a Round-Robin. This means you will play all of the teams in your bracket.
Winning teams will be determined in the following order:
Necessary changes due to weather, court capacity, etc. will be at the discretion of the Tournament Director.
The Pickleball courts are outdoors.
If you need a partner, we will help team you up with a partner. There will be a section in the registration form to note this.
Doubles Groups by skill level (2.5 to 4.5)
Mixed Doubles Groups by skill level (2.5 to 4.5)
Round Robin Individuals by skill level (2.5 to 4.5)
Mini Singles Individuals by skill level (2.5 to 4.5)
Bracket Skill Level definitions:
2.5 Beginner, 3.0 Advanced Beginner, 3.5 Intermediate, and 4.0 – 4.5 Advanced
Round Robin definition:
A Round Robin is structured play where players will compete in 6 doubles matches. It is an Open Division – for anyone regardless of how they identify. Each match players will receive a new partner and 2 new opponents. Each player is playing as an individual and the players with the most wins/head-to-head/points will be our Gold / Silver / Bronze Medal Winners for the Event.
Mini Singles definition:
Park in the Plaza Garage. Parking will be validated. Park on the 3rd floor, if available, and enter the casino on the 3rd floor through the door past the garage elevators. Walk down the ramp and turn right into the hotel elevator. Take the elevator to the 5th floor. The pickleball courts are next to the pool deck.
Please arrive by 7:30 to check in and warm up. Play will begin at 8:00 a.m.
Players, coaches, managers or other team members will not make disparaging or insulting remarks to or about opposing players, officials or spectators; or commit other acts that could be considered unsportsmanlike conduct. This includes behavior on and off the field at the venue site. The penalty for violations by a player is, at minimum, prompt ejection of the offender from the game. The offender must leave the field or spectator area immediately. If the offender refuses to leave, his/her team will forfeit that game. Penalties may also include suspension from following games. If a player is ejected from the last game of the tournament, the player may be suspended from future games in the following years. Severe offenses may result in being suspended temporarily or permanently from future Nevada Police and Fire Games.