Pilipinas Live, Cignal’s streaming app, is set to elevate the basketball experience for fans as it brings nonstop action with the UAAP Season 86 and the first-ever NBA In-Season Tournament.
The intense battle between the University of the Philippines (UP) and De La Salle University (DLSU) is spotlighted in the highly anticipated second game of the thrilling three-game series scheduled for December 3 at 4 pm. After UP’s commanding victory in the opening game, led by Harold Alarcon’s 21 points, fans eagerly anticipate whether DLSU can stage a comeback or if UP will clinch their 4th championship in Game 2.
Additionally, Pilipinas Live will showcase the UAAP Women’s Basketball Finals live on December 4 at 12 noon, featuring the National University Lady Bulldogs aiming for their eighth consecutive title against rivals, the University of Santo Tomas Tigresses.
Beyond the UAAP Championships, Pilipinas Live stands out as the sole OTT platform in the Philippines, streaming major sports tournaments globally, including the NBA. The NBA In-Season Tournament has reached the quarterfinals after the elimination round, setting the stage for thrilling matchups. Representing the East are the Milwaukee Bucks, Indiana Pacers, Boston Celtics, and New York Knicks, while the West features the LA Lakers, Sacramento Kings, New Orleans Pelicans, and Phoenix Suns. One of these eight teams will emerge as the inaugural NBA In-Season Tournament Champions in Las Vegas.
Fans can also catch the remaining stages of the In-Season Tournament, leading up to the championship match on December 10 (PHT), with Pilipinas Live offering both live and on-demand streaming. In addition, new subscribers can enjoy a 7-day free trial, granting access to live coverage and exclusive features like multi-cam view and interactive options.
How to Watch
Basketball enthusiasts can download the Pilipinas Live app via the App Store & Google Play Store or visit Pilipinas Live’s official website to create an account. Don’t miss the excitement as Pilipinas Live continues to deliver championship thrills from the UAAP and NBA In-Season Tournament.