Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games
The 4th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Incheon, Korea, in 2013 will mark the official merger of two events into a single major competition. The Asian Indoor Games took place in 2005 (Bangkok, Thailand), 2007 (Macau, China) and 2009 (Hanoi, Vietnam), while the Asian Martial Arts Games was held for the only time in 2009 (Bangkok, Thailand) before the OCA decided to combine the two Games for 2013.

Providing a large-scale regional competitive arena for a wide range of categories such as Muay Thai, dance sport, billiards, futsal and electronic gaming over 100 events, this edition will serve as a high-profile test event for the 17th Asian Games in Incheon the following year.

Nine venues will be specially prepared for the Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, along with an Athletes’ Village and planned recruitment of 3,000 volunteers for the event.
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