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SLS MAKING JAPAN DEBUT WITH STOP 02 OF 2023 CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR


New Format. New Locations. New Tour…. The 2023 SLS Championship Tour stop reveals continue!


It’s official…For the first time in league history, the SLS Championship Tour will touch down in Japan! The second stop of the 2023 tour will take place August 12, at Ariake Arena in Tokyo, Japan. Tickets will be available soon, so be sure to sign-up to our mailing list to be the first in the know!


We’re about to really find out what is going on in Japan that is churning out all of these incredible skaters over the last few years. Hometown hero, Yuto Horigome became the first Japanese skater to win an SLS event back in 2018, and ever since then it feels like Japanese skaters have become a dominant presence in the league. Skaters like Momiji Nishiya, Funa Nakayama, Yumeka Oda, & Sora Shirai are all stamping their names in SLS history, and it’s only a matter of time that list continues to grow.


Sign up now to be the first to be notified when tickets go on sale and stay tuned for more info surrounding the 2023 SLS Championship Tour soon!


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3 Comments


tomm chris
tomm chris
May 25

The Watermelon Game transports players to this whimsical universe, where they take on the role of a master slicer, tasked with slicing as many watermelons as possible within a given time frame.

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Tobias Troger
Tobias Troger
Apr 16, 2023

I would like to learn more about the new format. Are there less skaters than before? What happened to women's prelims? Please add more information on the website. There is almost none.

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Jits
Jits
Apr 27, 2023
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Great question Tobias! don’t take out to Much the more skating in SLS The better!

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