Beatball has a variety of patents in design across Australia, the United States and various countries around the world to protect its concept design.
Beatball has been developed to be played in a variety of ways:
Beatball Volley is played similar rules to volleyball but includes soccer techniques with feet, head, knees, shoulders and chest.
Services can be done by hand strike or by kick.
A ball held between feet during an attempted service during a cartwheel or somersault and released over the net is acceptable serve.
Ball headed and then kicked in succession by one player is counted as one touch. A ball touched by hand strike and then kicked, headed or by knee in succession is also one touch. No double successive hand strikes allowed.
Max 3 touches per team (a hand strike, knee, head, or chest touch coupled with a kick is counted as one touch. Only “one touch” is allowed per player.)
A ball slammed in or landing on the opponent’s trampoline zone mat counts as a “bullseye” and wins 2 points.
All RED ZONE is in play for anyone during game play however the RED ZONE can only be used for assisted launch spiking or setting, RED ZONE cannot be used to wait for a ball defence or any pass.
Touching net is out.
Ball touching floor mat is out.
No contact between players during play
Any ball that scrapes the arena roof during play is still counted as play on.
Only one player is allowed in a trampoline zone at any time.
Remaining rules are as per Volleyball standard rules.
Player numbers for Pro Play at least 5 players per side
Intermediate Play at least 8 players per side
Social Family Entertainment at least 10 per side.
When the receiving team wins a rally, it gains a point and the right to serve. The side that loses a point must rotate clockwise by 1 position prior to the next serve.
The best of three or best of five games will win matches.
Games are played until a team hits 25 points and the leading side has at least a two point lead to win the set. Most games has five sets, so to win a team must have won three out of five sets.
Any ball outside white line is out.
Maximum 2 hits per side in volley format but never one-person touches twice in succession.
(One person can hit or set the ball for the next team member to return volley over the net)
All other rules are same as tennis apart from no ball bounce or touch
allowed on floor mat.
Scoring rules are as per badminton:
A match consists of the best of 3 games of 21 points.
When the receiving team wins a rally, it gains a point and the right to serve, and its players rotate one position clockwise.
At 20 all, the side which gains a 2 point lead first, wins that game.
At 29 all, the side scoring the 30th point, wins that game.
Beatball DUNK is an exciting new game developed by the team at Beatball which crosses basketball and netball in one.
Our Beatball court adapts to play Beatball DUNK.
Using 2 Olympic trampolines and 6 players per game over 2 x 25 mins halves.
1 player in each trampoline as Centre positions per side and 2 players per side as Power forwards.
The most goals scored at the end of the 2 halves wins.
Ball has 3-second rule and can be bounced as per basketball or can be played as per netball rules, this rests with the players to choose at the start of each game.
Goals can be shot from anywhere on court and Centres in trampolines can use the tramps to get an advantage edge over the players on the normal court area for passing or shooting for goal.
Beatball DUNK takes Basketball and Netball to a whole new level of speed and excitement while providing a higher level of protection on joints from nasty hard floor impact injuries with our highly advanced patented impact absorbing platform.
If your passion is Basketball or Netball this is a must-try for you and your teammates to throw down the Beatball DUNK way.