Top class pinfallers from various places in the island will see action in the one-day event that aims to promote camaraderie among Mindanaoans.
"Teams from all-over Mindanao are expected to see action in the goodwill and friendship games," said Sunday Bowlers Club, Inc. (SBCI) President Emie Orteza.
The tournament will feature five games for the men's division and four games for the women.
In a related development, everything is set for the SBC Tatlohan Tournament which fires off on June 6 to 8 at the Fairlanes Bowling Center here.
More than 20 teams are expected to vie for top honors in the three-day tournament with cash prizes up for grabs.
The champions will receive P3,000 while the second and third runners-up will get P2,000 and P1,000, respectively.