Watch Live on 1 Play Sports! Selected sports from Southeast Asian Games 2019, Philippines
Updated: May 29, 2020
The 30th edition of the Southeast Asian Games (2019 SEA Games) is being streamed live by 1 Play Sports on its social media channels from 25th November to 10th December 2019. This regional biennial multi-sport event is being hosted for the fourth time by the Philippines and will take place in various cities within the country.
The SEA Games 2019 will see a participation of 11 nations, including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, East Timor, and Vietnam across a record 56 sports, 529 events and more than 9,000 athletes.
Only 11 out of 56 sports, namely football, boxing, badminton, volleyball, basketball, aquatics, athletics, sepak takraw, taekwondo, gymnastics, and e-sports, will be streamed live in the Philippines whereas only highlights from other events will be aired. 1 Play Sports is proud to help broaden the scope of this live coverage and broadcast the events of Netball, Water Polo, Squash, Pencak Silat, and Rugby at the SEA Games 2019.
1 Play Sports will live stream selected games of Netball from 25th to 29th November to be held at Santa Rosa Sports Complex, Laguna, Water Polo on 1st December at New Clark City Aquatics Center, Clark, Squash from 1st to 9th December at Manila Polo Club, Manila, Pencak Silat from 2nd to 6th December at Subic Bay Exhibition & Convention Centre, Subic, and Rugby games on 7th and 8th December to be held at Clark Parade Grounds, Clark on its Facebook and YouTube pages.
The 1 Play Sports team, along with Singapore National Olympic Council, is looking forward to following the Singapore teams participating in the above sports. “We are very excited to broadcast these sports at our Facebook and YouTube pages and looking forward to interviewing the players from Singapore and other national teams, stated 1 Play Sports’ key commentator, Duncan Elias.
“Our mission is to highlight the efforts of so many sporting heroes who have worked tirelessly to this moment. We are grateful to be able to live stream at least five sports from the Games including Rugby & Water Polo which has a rapidly growing fan following across Asia. Squash has a strong following in both the Philippines and Malaysia, Netball in Singapore and Silat in Indonesia”, Mohit Lalvani, Founder and CEO of 1 Play Sports, shared as he expressed his enthusiasm for live streaming these sports.
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