Current Teams signed up:

  1. Team Mike:  Mike Lauro (2083) + Olaf Hoerschelmann (1302) (Aaron alternate)
  2. Team Ricky:  Ricky Criado (2336) + Aaron Tran (903)
  3. Team Kedar:  Kedar Jambhekar (1726) + Jeff Pratt (1432) (Olaf alternate)
  4. Team Kitt:  Kitt Oudthone (1286) + David Willard (809)
  5. Team Charlie:  Charlie Brooks (1490) + Darius Ford (1406) + Carlo Satierra (1693)
  6. Team Falco:  John Falco (1430) + Imran Waheed (1711)

To sign up:  email, call or text us with the name of players on your team.

The cost to play is free for academy members, and $25 per player for non-members for a league season.  To become a member, check out our Join ARKTTA page.


The ARKTTA Team League is a refreshing and competitive table tennis league format based on the T2Diamond Professional League.  (Facebook - T2Diamond)

The rules are different from traditional table tennis rules in order to provide a new experience for seasoned players and to spark excitement in players who are new to the sport.

The Team League will launch on Sunday June 30, and will take place from 2:00pm to 5:30pm on Sundays.

Teams will consist of at least 2 players but can have more. For any 2 players on a team, they cannot have USATT combined USATT rating of more than 3400. For example, a team can have 3 players, but they can't have ratings of 2000, 1500, and 1000 because the first 2 players have combined rating over 3400).  For players without a USATT rating, one will be estimated based on your skill level.  Other players may substitute for another player on a team but they must fit under the 3400 rating cap.  In other words, the 2 players on a team who play a match must have a combined rating of less than 3400. 

Each league season will consist of a certain number of stage rounds and one championship round.  Initially we may use 3- or 4-month seasons.

We will track standings for teams and individual players.

After all stage rounds in a season are concluded, all players and teams will qualify for the championship round.  The championship round will be a single elimination main draw for individuals and a separate draw for teams.  Players and teams will be seeded according to finish positions in the stage rounds.


General Rules for Team League

Teams Consist of at least 2 Players

  1. Teams need at least 2 players but can have more.
  2. Any 2 players on a team cannot have a combined USATT rating of 3400 or higher.
  3. USATT league rating will be used if it was updated this year, otherwise tournament rating will be used.

Matches Are Time-Based

  1. Each match will have a 10, 12, or 15 minute time limit (play clock) based on number of teams and players.
  2. During a match, players try to win as many games as they can.
  3. Players play 2 games back-to-back.
  4. After every second game, players take a 1 minute break.
  5. During the break, the clock stops.
  6. After the break, players switch sides.

Each Game is Played to 11

  1. No deuce:  the first player to reach 11 points in a game wins the game.
  2. A game can be won 11-10.

One Timeout Per Match

  1. Players only get one timeout per match.
  2. The timeout may be called by the player or the team captain.
  3. During the timeout, the play clock stops.

Individual and Team Standings are Based on Points Won

  1. If a player wins a game, they score a point for their individual standing and their team standing.
  2. If a doubles pair wins a game, they score a point for their team standing.
  3. After each league meeting, standings will be updated for individuals and teams.

Bonus Games

  1. If a game ends within the last 2 minutes of the match, a Bonus Game is played.
  2. There is no time limit for a Bonus Game.
  3. The first player to score 5 points wins the Bonus Game.
  4. If a player wins a game, they score a point for their individual standing and their team standing.

Games in Progress When Time Expires

  1. If a game is in progress when the time limit ends, the player in the lead wins the game.
  2. This does not apply to Bonus Games.

Format of Stage Rounds

  1. 4 singles and 1 doubles.
  2. Proposed order of play:  A v. Y, B v. X, Doubles, B v. Y, A v. X.
  3. All matches will be played.
  4. Before a team match, teams will separately decide who will be the A/B/X/Y position and doubles players.
  5. After the positions and doubles players are chosen for a team match, they cannot be changed unless the need arises.
  6. For teams with more than 2 players showing up, any player may compete in the team match:  for example, if 4 players show up on a team: 1 can be A position, 1 can be B position, and the other 2 can play doubles.

Format of Individual Playoff Round

  1. Individual Playoffs will consist of the top 8, 12, 16 or all players.
  2. The format will be single elimination.
  3. Players will be seeded based on individual points ranking.

Format of Team Final Round

  1. Team Final will consist of the top 4 or all teams.
  2. The format will be single elimination.
  3. Teams will be seeded based on number of points each team has accumulated in the stage rounds.
  4. Each team match will consist of 4 singles and 1 doubles
  5. Proposed order of play:  A v. Y, B v. X, Doubles, B v. Y, A v. X.
  6. For teams with more than 2 players showing up, any player may compete in the team match:  for example, if 4 players show up on a team: 1 can be A position, 1 can be B position, and the other 2 can play doubles.

Optional - Additional Singles Bonus Games:

  1. Each player will play one Bonus Game to earn additional team points.
  2. The first player to 5 wins the game.  Players serve one by one.

Optional - Two Double Point Balls Per Match

  1. Optional feature:  Players get 2 double point balls per match.
  2. The balls can only be used when serving.
  3. The balls cannot be used after each player has reached 8 points.
  4. Before the point, server tells receiver that they wish to use a double point ball.
  5. If the server wins the point, they get 2 points.
  6. If the server loses the point, the opponent gets one 1 point.

Buy a Gold Plan

  • 4 hours individual lessons per month
  • Unlimited group training, open play, robot, and league
  • Discounts on Extra Individual Lessons
  • Starting at $102/month for Adults
  • Starting at $85/month for Youth/Senior/Para

Buy a Silver Plan

  • 2 hours individual lessons per month
  • Unlimited group training, open play, robot, and league
  • Discounts on Extra Individual Lessons
  • Starting at $68/month for Adults
  • Starting at $51/month for Youth/Senior/Para

Buy a Bronze Plan

  • 1 hour individual lesson per month
  • Unlimited group training, open play, robot, and league.
  • Discounts on Extra Individual Lessons
  • Starting at $42.50/month for Adults
  • Starting at $30/month for Youth/Senior/Para

Buy an Open Play Plan

Unlimited Table Tennis, Low Monthly Fee

  • Adults:  $20/month
  • Youth, Seniors, Para: $15/month
  • Unlimited Open Play
  • Robot or Group Training:  $10 per visit
  • Robot + Group Training:  $15 per visit
  • League:  $25 per season

Pay-As-You-Go Plan

Flexibility Without Monthly Payments

  • Adults:  $60/1-Hour Lesson
  • Youth/Seniors/Para:  $40/1-Hour Lesson
  • Open Play only:  $10 per visit
  • Robot or Group Training:  $10 per visit
  • Robot + Group Training:  $15 per visit
  • League:  $25 per season
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