A former Black Stars captain, Asamoah had indicated that he would deploy his resources and influence to help Ghana nurture talents in all sporting disciplines.

This he said stems from his vision of ensuring Ghana is well-represented in all sporting disciplines during the Olympics and other world sporting events, hence birthing the All Regional Games.

Mr Gyan was speaking at a media engagement in Ho during the regional torch relay of the All-Regional Games.

The All Regional Games is a multi-sports competition formulated to help unearth raw talents in nine sporting disciplines.

Teams would be constituted of athletes between the ages of 18-23 who would represent the 16 regions at the main event scheduled in November 2024.

The teams would compete in Football, Athletics, Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Table Tennis, Boxing, E-sports, and Arm-wrestling.

Former Black Stars Captain, Asamoah Gyan who is spearheading the organizing of the Games said it was his long-term dream to help produce talents in all sporting disciplines to represent Ghana.

“Thinking through, I just decided to do something beyond football to help the next generation to also benefit.

“So that some years to come we won’t see just a Ghanaian athlete participating in Olympic games or two. I just wanted Ghana to dominate all the sporting disciplines”, he said.

He said the Games would be held annually to help empower the younger generation, who have natural talents in sports, guide and help them develop it into a gainful venture to support their livelihoods.

The Dean of Municipal and District Chief Executive in the Volta Region, James Etornam Flolu entreated stakeholders in the sports fraternity to ensure the success of the All Regional Games.

Asamoah Gyan led his team on a float in the streets of Ho to create awareness of the All Regional Games.