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Tap Go to air B.League games of Filipino imports


Filipino fans now have a way to watch the their compatriots competing in the 2021-22 B.League season.

The league has announced that Tap Digital Media will be its Philippine terrestrial and digital partner for the upcoming season.

Tap will air fifty-one games, beginning with the opening day game on September 30th, pitting Ryuyu and Tokyo at Okinawa Arena.

The games will air on Tap Sports, the Tap Go app, and social media.

A total of eight Filipino have been announced so far that will compete in both B1 and B2.

In B1, Thirdy Ravena will play his second year with San-En NeoPhoenix.

Also competing in the upper division are Kiefer Ravena of Shiga, Bobby Ray Parks Jr. of Nagoya, Javi Gomez de Liaño of Ibaraki, Kobe Paras of Niigata, and Dwight Ramos of Toyama.

Juan Gomez de Liaño of Tokyo Z and Kemark Cariño of Aomori, meanwhile, will compete in B2.

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