Docomo Pacific sponsors Guam’s first kids-only jiu-jitsu tournament


From left, Jayronne Gandaoli, founder and event coordinator, Pacific Grappling Events; Jared Roberto, public relations manager, Docomo Pacific; Victoria Quichocho, Prepaid Sales lead, Docomo Pacific; and Benjamin Estampador, Reseller Sales lead, Docomo Pacific.(CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

TAMUNING, Guam—Docomo Pacific, the regional leader in innovation, telecommunications, and entertainment, sponsors Påtgon, Guam’s first kids-only Jiu-Jitsu tournament that takes place on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the UOG Calvo Field House. 

Pacific Grappling Events proudly hosts Guam’s first kids only Gi and no Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Tournament. The event will feature kids between the ages of 4 and 17. Divisions are determined by belt ranks (white and blue) and weight. Registration ends Wednesday, Octo. 19, and interested participants can sign up online at: 

“Påtgon Jiu-Jitsu gives our future generations more opportunity to compete and gain experience. Being a product of Guam’s Youth Jiu-Jitsu, starting at 11 years old with the privilege to travel for competition, and now a mother of 3 children are the reasons that drove me to start this organization. To give back to our community, I wanted to bring that same experience without having our Jiu-Jitsu practitioners pay thousands of dollars. Thank you, Docomo Pacific, for supporting the Påtgon Jiu-Jitsu Tournament #ForTheKids,” said Jayronne Gandaoli, founder and event coordinator of Pacific Grappling Events 

Docomo Pacific is proud to be a part of this exciting event that will showcase all our island’s next generations’ hard work and training. This event is open to the public. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 6-12.   

To learn more about Pacific Grappling Events and tournament information, visit their webpage at or email  (PR)

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