Major League Table Tennis Announces the Formation of Minor League Table Tennis

PRINCETON, NJ – Major League Table Tennis (MLTT) is proud to announce the launch of Minor League Table Tennis (MiLTT), a team-based competition designed for amateur players to experience the excitement and competitive spirit of MLTT at partner clubs across North America. This new initiative aims to foster grassroots development and provide a pathway for table tennis athletes to experience the sport in a new way.

MiLTT will feature local club teams composed of amateur players of all ages who will compete in the same thrilling format as MLTT, including singles, doubles matches, and the league’s signature Golden Game, where every player on the team rotates in every 4 points in a race to 21. The league will operate at MLTT’s partner clubs, offering participants the opportunity to play in the best local facilities and gain exposure to a higher level of competition. 

Players will be sorted into teams based on level, play full team games, and rise in the rankings at their club and on leaderboards on As the league grows, the ultimate goal will be for teams to compete regionally and nationally at the amateur level.

“We are excited to introduce Minor League Table Tennis as a key component of our commitment to growing the sport at all levels,” said Flint Lane, CEO and Commissioner of MLTT. “MiLTT will provide amateur players with an unparalleled platform to develop their skills, compete in a team environment, and potentially advance to the professional ranks. This initiative aligns with our mission to expand the reach and popularity of table tennis across North America.”

MiLTT has already kicked off at clubs in New Jersey and Texas with strong participation numbers. No matter the location, all players are welcome to join, whether they’re just learning the sport or have been playing for decades. 

“Minor League Table Tennis is a great program for everyone non-professional in table tennis. After two days of Minor League matches, I got so much good feedback from players,” said Dylan Nguyen, owner of Texas Table Tennis Training Center. “The games were intense and well-played, showcasing each team’s hard work and commitment. Since we launched MiLTT, our club environment is more exciting. The best part of it is the teamwork between youth and adult players.”

To learn more about Minor League Table Tennis and whether your club or a club near you is a fit, register today for an upcoming informational webinar at the button below: 

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