Pic Source: Navabharat Delhi. Chants of ‘Kabaddi, Kabaddi, Kabaddi’ reverberated through the stadium, and all the sports fans cheering the players fill the atmosphere with enthusiasm. Something similar happens when the Youth Kabaddi Series (YKS) is organized across the country. This series, which is continuously increasing its popularity with time, is encouraging new youth from every corner of the country towards Kabaddi game. Also providing such an impressive platform through which young Kabaddi players are earning their livelihood. Youth Kabaddi Series is the second largest tournament series in the country With India’s first year-long tournament, the Youth Kabaddi Series has become the second largest tournament series in the country. In view of which this series has returned with its fifth edition under which matches are being played in Mysore from 17th June to 19th July. Along with this, two more editions have also been planned for this year. Launched in 2022, the series has showcased fair play of the highest quality with 1051 youth players, 496 matches, and 130 officials. Where Vikas Gautam, CEO of Yuva Kabaddi Series, laid the foundation stone of the series with the support of well-known TV presenter, sports commentator Suhail Chandhok. The main objective of this series is to bring forward the youth from villages, towns, cities and states who see their future in Kabaddi. To make all the matches happening in the series more interesting and strong, the young athletes have been trained by 47 trained coaches. Youth Kabaddi Series with the help of 16 state federations is today providing a way of livelihood to the young players from every nook and corner of the country. Along with this, 65.71 percent of the total expenditure of the tournament is being spent directly on the community including Kabaddi players, coaches, officials, state association.