The essential characteristics of the game.

How does Racket:Next compare to conventional racquet sports?

Racket:Next provides all of the actual racquet play of conventional racquet sports, except conventional serves. It also provides an intense lower body workout because of the relentless 360 degree movement necessary to contact the ball and to aim effectively at the constantly changing target array. Other differences are: 1. Play is continuous, with no ball

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Why are racquet sports the most played sports in the world… even more than soccer [futbol]?

We believe that this is true because there is an almost universal human athletic instinct - even a compulsion - to HIT something AT something WITH something, which is the essence of all racquet sports and many other sports besides: baseball, cricket, hockey, and more. We focus on racquet sports because they are undeniably similar

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Why did the IRF choose Racket: Next?

It is a beautiful game, literally and physically. It encourages vigorous athleticism and competitiveness. It supports Solo play, Co-op play [like doubles], and Multiplayer one versus one play, with opponents located anywhere in the world with wifi. And it is a proven game, on the market since 2017. It is also on far more VR

Will Racket:Next qualify for the Olympic Program?

It is too early to say that. However, with enough players in enough places, Racket:Next would completely meet the requirements described in detail by IOC President Thomas Bach two years ago: that it be fully athletic, not only at the highest levels of competition, but throughout… that it be consistent with Olympic Values, with no

Why did the International Racquetball Federation [IRF] endorse Racket:Next?

The IRF recognizes that this endorsement allows us to expand their visibility worldwide. Because they believe that they have an opportunity to offer the best virtual racquet sport game in the world to the entire range of racquet sports players and fans, in a time when virtual reality is finally going mainstream, primarily because of

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