East Asian Super League (EASL) Announces Broadcasting and Streaming Partners for “EASL Champions Week”

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East Asian Super League (EASL) Announces Broadcasting and Streaming Partners for “EASL Champions Week”
Signed agreements with 22 major TV and digital networks in Asia
The East Asian Super League (EASL) has announced that the broadcasting and distribution partners of the “EASL Champions Week” to be held in Utsunomiya and Okinawa from March 1st (Wednesday) to 5th (Sunday), 2023 have been decided. increase. Fans will be able to watch every match from home or on the go with commentary in Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Japanese, Korean and English.
EASL CEO Matt Beyer said, “We are delighted to partner with Asia’s leading television and digital networks to bring EASL Champions Week to fans around the world. EASL is Asia’s premier basketball
entertainment and We can’t wait to show our fans the match from March 1-5.”
At EASL Champions Week, a total of eight teams from Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and Greater China will compete for the championship title and prize money. The winning team will receive US$250,000, the runner-up team will receive US$100,000, and the third-place team will receive US$50,000.
EASL’s major markets will be broadcast and distributed by over 22 networks, including Tencent, MIGU and Youku in mainland China, Basket LIVE in Japan, SpoTV in South Korea, TV5/Cignal TV/OneSport and SkyCable in the Philippines, and Momo TV in Chinese Taipei. and Formosa TV, as well as SpoTV in Hong Kong and Macau.
See the full list of EASL Champions Week broadcast and distribution partners here:
https://www.easl.basketball/news/east-asia-super-league-announces-broadcast-and-streaming-partners-for-easl-champions-week/ Also, see the full EASL Champions Week schedule below:
https://www.easl.basketball/news/east-asia-super-league-reveals-easl-champions-week-matchups-and-game-schedule/ that’s all
■ About the East Asian Super League (EASL)
EASL’s mission is to create the premier basketball league in East Asia and improve the status of basketball in the region. EASL’s vision is to become the world’s top three professional basketball league in terms of fan base and commercial revenue by 2025.
EASL has a 10-year contract with FIBA, the international basketball governing body, and operates under the approval of FIBA ​​Asia. The EASL will feature the previous season’s champions and runners-up from B.LEAGUE (Japan), KBL (Korea), and PBA (Philippines). Greater China will feature the newly formed Bay Area Dragons and Chinese Taipei’s P. League+ champions.
For more information on EASL, please visit www.EASL.basketball or our social media.
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