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The NBA 2K League is hosting an all-star game for a third consecutive season. 2023's iteration will include both 5v5 and 3v3 gameplay formats. Fans, NBA 2K League players, head coaches, and general managers all have a say in who ends up earning a spot in the competition.

So without further ado, let's jump right into everything you need to know.

NBA 2K League All-Star game dates & schedule

The 2K League All-Star Game tips off on Friday, September 22, at 7 p.m. EST. The NBA Headquarters in New York City plays host to the event.

Where to watch the NBA 2K League All-Star game

5v5 and 3v3 games will be broadcast on the NBA 2K League's Twitch and YouTube channels.

How to vote for the NBA 2K League All-Star Game

5v5 players will be broken into two teams of five - two backcourt players and three frontcourt players - representing the Eastern and Western conferences.

From Monday, July 24-August 5, fans may submit one full ballot daily. All current NBA 2K League players will be available for selection. July 28, and August 4, will both be a “3-for-1 Day”, allowing fans to have their votes counted three times.

For 3v3, the four players that receive the most votes will each captain a team. Both captains can select any two of their conference’s 5v5 All-Stars to be included in their lineup.

NBA 2K League All-Star game prize pool.

The 2K League 2022 All-Star game featured a $20,000 prize pool during the 5v5 All-Star competition in a best-of-three series played on NBA 2K23’s 5v5 Pro-Am mode. The 3v3 competition was a best-of-five series featuring a $10,000 prize pool, with players competing on NBA 2K23’s 3v3 Pro-Am mode.

It's unclear if 2023 will use the same format, but 2K confirmed that a $30,000 total prize pool is up for grabs again.

That's everything we know about the All-Star game so far. We will update this page once the official rosters are announced.