The emergency situation declared due to the coronavirus outbreak put an abrupt end to the basketball season in Estonia, but thanks to an innovative approach, clubs are continuing the season in a basketball esports league as of April 22.
All clubs competing in the highest division of Estonian basketball – BC Kalev/Cramo, Tartu Ülikool, TalTech, Pärnu Sadam/Transcom, Rakvere Tarvas, Tallinna Kalev/TLÜ and AVIS UTILITAS Rapla – , have agreed to continue the basketball season virtually. In the men’s category, the Estonian basketball champion i...
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