UAAP returns to iWantTFC in U.S., other Int’l Territories
May 2, 2022
Filipinos abroad will once again witness the thrilling games and exciting events from the country’s premier collegiate league as ABS-CBN Global partners with Pilipinas Global Network Limited (PGNL) and Cignal TV Inc. for the streaming of University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) on iWantTFC in international territories starting May 4 (PH time). The joint announcement was made on Sunday (May 1) during the launch of the UAAP Volleyball Season 84. In this deal, iWantTFC will be streaming the entire programming of Cignal’s 24/7 sports channel, The UAAP Varsity Channel, including the games in the on-going UAAP basketball season and the season opener of the women’s volleyball tournament, plus shows including “Step Up” and “School Spirit.”
The road to the Final Four begins as the top schools vie for the UAAP’s coveted basketball title, with the Ateneo Blue Eagles, headlined by Ange Kouame, SJ Belangel, and Dave Ildefonso, looking to defend the crown against the rest of the top collegiate teams. Catch the global streaming of the UAAP Final Four basketball tournament via iWantTFC beginning May 4 (Wednesday), 15 minutes after the live TV broadcast starts locally on The UAAP Varsity Channel via Cignal at 6 PM PH time. US Pacific (West)/ Canada
12:00 PM/2:00 PM
Volleyball fanatics can catch their favorite collegiate standouts from the Adamson University (AdU), Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), Far Eastern University (FEU), National University (NU), University of the East (UE), University of the Philippines (UP), University of Santo Tomas (UST), and host school De La Salle University (DLSU) as they spike their way to UAAP glory. Die-hard Pinoy sports fans can represent their alma mater’s pride beyond the country by watching the exhilarating and high-stakes fixtures from UAAP’s 84th season on UAAP Varsity Channel streaming internationally on iWantTFC. iWantTFC is accessible via its website (iwanttfc.com) or the iWantTFC app on iOS, Android, and other devices—including VEWD, ROKU, Amazon Fire, and select Android smart TVs.