How to join a friend’s gym in Hoops Life

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Wondering how to join a friend’s gym in Hoops Life? Though Hoops Life offers a perfectly good single player experience where you play against random strangers, you can also team up with friends for a more social experience. You can even join their gym for 3v3 matches and much more.

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How to join a gym in Hoops Life

To join a friend’s gym in Hoops Life, type ‘/follow’ plus their username into the chat box in the top right corner, then tap enter. For example, if their username is Players123, you would type ‘/follow Players 123’, then hit the enter key. This will immediately load you into their gym. If your friend then enters their My Gym, you’ll then be able to play together.

How to join a Squad in Hoops Life

To join a squad in Hoops Life, tap M on your keyboard, then enter the squad ID into the Party ID text box and then click on Join Party. If you want to create a party, enter a code of your choice into the Code text box on the right of the same menu, share with your friends, and get them to enter it into the Party ID box on the left and hit Join Party.

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  • Release Date: August 27, 2006
    • - 27 January 2016 (Xbox One)
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