Basketball fever will definitely be at its highest in the coming weeks as Cignal TV steps up as the official broadcaster of the much-awaited FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023. With unrivaled access across multiple platforms, Cignal brings Filipinos the most extensive multiscreen coverage of this quadrennial basketball tournament from August 25 to September 10.
As the global basketball community gears up for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, Cignal TV rises as the epitome of sports broadcasting excellence by bringing the most comprehensive coverage of the biggest basketball event in Philippine history – be it on Pay-Per-View, free-to-air TV, Pay TV, or OTT (online). With this year’s World Cup bringing together the world’s best players who will showcase world-class athleticism, teamwork, and sportsmanship, Cignal gives Filipinos nationwide access to the action and exclusive behind-the-scenes coverage of the historic basketball event.
“It is a great honor for Cignal TV to be the official broadcaster delivering the most extensive coverage of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 to every Filipino, wherever they are in the country. We are fully committed to utilizing the entire Cignal ecosystem to give nothing but the most seamless, captivating, and memorable FIBA World Cup viewing experience to all basketball fans who want to be part of this historic global tournament,” said MediaQuest Holdings, Inc. and Cignal TV President and CEO Jane J. Basas.
Cignal TV’s extensive coverage will be available across various platforms, catering to basketball fans all across the Philippines. Viewers can catch the action on Pay-Per-View through Cignal and SatLite, experience the excitement on free-to-air channels TV5 and One Sports, dive into the thrill with Pay TV via One Sports+ and PBA Rush, and stay connected anywhere, anytime through OTT with the Pilipinas Live app. This comprehensive approach ensures that fans have unparalleled access to the tournament, no matter their preferred mode of watching.
Gilas Pilipinas games will be shown live on One Sports with a same day telecast on TV5 and next-day catch ups on PBA Rush. Team USA games will be shown on Pilipinas Live and Cignal Pay-Per-View Channels, while other select games will also have catch-up airing on One Sports and One Sports+ on the same day or the next day. The complete coverage of all 92 games is available on Cignal Pay-Per-View. Lastly, Pilipinas Live will be offering all 92 games live & on-demand, with multiple viewing options, exclusive content and interactive features in key games during the World Cup.
Get ready to dunk into glory of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 with Cignal TV from August 25 to September 10. For latest updates and information on the FIBA World Cup 2023, follow Cignal across all social media platforms or visit their website on cignal.tv.