Cignal, TV5 air PBA games live
(The Philippine Star) - October 11, 2020 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — The country’s love for the game comes front and center this month as the PBA games return live via TV5, One Sports, and in high-definition via PBA Rush on Cignal TV.

TV5 and Cignal TV are proud partners of the PBA, which serves as pioneer in returning live local sporting events, and paves the way for other local sports leagues to resume play given the “new normal,” delighting generations of its loyal followers.

During the 45th season kick-off of the league last March, the campaign “Tayo Ang Bida” emphasized the fans and those working behind the scenes as the true MVPs – inspiring an insightful look at the PBA, going beyond the star power of the iconic teams, renowned players and coaches, and giving the spotlight to the crew and avid fans who make the games more meaningful and enjoyable.

The meaning of “Tayo Ang Bida” has since evolved given the current health pandemic.

Robert Galang, Cignal TV and TV5 president and CEO said, “Just as the PBA was gaining momentum, the world stopped. Yet in the midst of a pandemic, we try our best to be heroic – because we, the PBA community, aren’t just players, coaches, staff, or fans. We’re also families who hold on to each other for love, and friends who continue to lean on each other for support.

The first game will be aired at 4 p.m. and the second game at 6:45 p.m. Fans can watch the games live every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday on TV5.  They can also tune in daily (Monday-Sundays) on One Sports and PBA Rush. The games are also available live via Facebook and Youtube livestream, Radyo5 and Cignal Play, ensuring that PBA fans don’t miss any of the PBA action, wherever they may be.

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