After the success of the first edition of the tournament, Russia wants to strengthen the status of the “Games of the Future” globally After the success of the first edition of the tournament, Russia wants to strengthen the status of the “Games of the Future” globally

After the success of the first edition of the tournament, Russia wants to strengthen the status of the “Games of the Future” globally

After the success of the first edition of the tournament, Russia wants to strengthen the status of the “Games of the Future” globally

Russia is looking to consolidate the position of the Future Games on the global sports scene after the first international “physical and digital” competition, held in Kazan in the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, attracted more than two thousand athletes from 107 countries, as well as a billion views on online platforms, and tickets were sold out even before Games start.

The course began on February 21, and will conclude tomorrow, Sunday.

The organization of the Games received the support of the Russian authorities, and from President Vladimir Putin personally, who said - at the opening ceremony of the competition - that “the Games of the Future are our gift to the global sports family.” "No one has ever organized anything like this before," he added.


In turn, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko revealed that the recording of the “Future Games 2024” tournament received more than a billion views, noting its true importance to the sports community.

Chernyshenko said - during a plenary session held on Sunday in the capital, Moscow, entitled “Progress in the Development of the Field of Physical Culture and Sports” - that “these games are of real importance to the sports community. This movement is sweeping the planet. An international federation has been established for it, and there are 8 countries that want to compete in Hosting the next games.

It is expected that 8 countries will compete for the right to host the upcoming future games.


The Future Games are considered innovative international competitions in hybrid disciplines in the physical concept (physical and digital), which combine classic sports with electronic sports or virtual reality technology (augmented reality).


Opening ceremony of the first international multi-sport tournament of the Future Games 2024, Kazan

Ganes involves a total of more than 2,000 people from 277 teams representing 107 countries

Future Games broadcasts achieved a record number of one billion views on online platforms around the world.

This is greater than the two-week Wimbledon tennis tournament in 2023.

While the Future Games managed to attract such an audience in one week.

Another indication of the huge interest in the competition is that ticket sales for the Future Games, which were launched two months before their official opening, sold out within hours.

This great interest is due to it being the first competition ever that combines elements of classic and cyber sports.


“Indeed, we have something to be proud of in industry, science, culture, sports, and certainly in digital technologies.” Russian President Vladimir Putin talks about the “Future Games” tournament with 100 days remaining until its launch in the Russian city of Kazan.

The Future Games program included 21 innovative specializations (16 in the main program and 5 others in the expanded program), and these specializations were combined into 5 challenges (sports, tactics, strategy, speed, and technology).

The “Sports Challenge” combines football, basketball, hockey, martial arts, car racing, skateboarding, BMX racing, and virtual bicycle racing.

The "Tactics Challenge" includes shooting games and laser shooting competitions, and the "Strategy Challenge" represents games on the famous battlefields of the "MOBA" and "World of Tanks" games, and tests of endurance. The Speed ​​Challenge requires completing classic games as quickly as possible, while competing in physical competitions.

The “Technology Challenge” includes competitions for drones, robots, virtual reality games, and others.
Interest in the new competition format is fueled by a number of other innovations proposed by the organizers, such as the formation of teams from several countries, and not necessarily from one team.

Russia is among the top ten countries in the World Bank’s “Government Technology Maturity” index with regard to digital transformation, as access to various types of digital services covers more than 80% of the population.

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