The FIBA World Cup is highly anticipated and will be co-hosted by the Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia from August 25 to September 10, 2023. For basketball fans unable to attend in person, the Internet offers free live streams for convenient viewing on computers or smartphones.
Previously, basketball games were only accessible through paid subscriptions or free TV and cable, but now the Internet provides numerous options for live streaming. It’s important to choose legitimate and licensed streaming sites to avoid legal issues and unwanted ads.
As co-host of the 2023 FIBA World Cup, the Philippines has prime access to all the tournament action. Official broadcasting partners Cignal TV, Smart Communications, and PTV-4 have different options for subscribers to watch the games at home.
The Smart LiveStream app, available to Smart Communications subscribers, offers free online live streaming on smartphones or tablets. The Pilipinas Live app by Cignal TV requires a premium paid subscription, providing uninterrupted, ad-free access to the FIBA World Cup games.
The One PH YouTube channel and the CignalPlay app also offer live streams for free viewing. Courtside 1891 is another option, requiring a subscription plan to access exclusive content from the FIBA World Cup.
The article closes with the schedule for the day’s games and a reminder to enjoy the live streaming options provided.