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Posted Saturday, October 13th 2018

All-Stars Championship set for international TV coverage

The British Basketball All-Stars Championship will put BBL teams on a global stage with LIVE coverage on networks around the world when it tips off at the Copperbox Arena on Sunday.

The All-Stars Championship will be broadcast LIVE throughout on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Mix in the UK and Ireland, with coverage beginning at 1pm and concluding at 6pm.


All-Stars Championship Live TV Broadcasters:

Sky Sports (UK & Ireland)
Kwese (Sub-Sahara & South Africa)
Viasat (Scandinavia and Baltic States)
DAZN Germany
DAZN Canada
DAZN Italy
DAZN Japan
Fox (Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Malta)
Sportklub (Poland)
Eleven Portugal
Fox Australia
Sky New Zealand


The British Basketball All-Stars Championship starts with a double elimination group stage comprising a total of ten games. Win your opening match and you’ll face another winner for a place in the semi-finals, while teams who lose their opening matches face off to remain in the competition. After each side has played two matches, those with one win and one defeat play a third match with the winner advancing to the final four.

Bristol Flyers made it to the semi-final stage of the inaugural British Basketball All-Stars Championship last year, beating Newcastle Eagles and Worcester Wolves before losing to eventual winners London Lions. 


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