FITE, the premiere global digital platform for sports and entertainment, announced today its coverage of The Gloria Cup International Men’s Basketball Tournament, featuring the leading teams from Serbia, Ukraine, and Turkey. FITE will offer this exclusive PPV program to all countries outside of Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, N. Macedonia, and Slovenia.
The Gloria Cup 2020, broadcasted live from the Gloria Sports Arena in Antalya, Turkey, will be played as two basketball tournaments, beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 2, featuring four renowned EuroLeague, EuroCup, and Champions League teams in each tournament.
Expected to participate are former NBA and collegiate stars: Atlantic 10 Player of the Year Peyton Aldridge (Davidson), All-ACC Lorenzo Brown (NC State), Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year Semaj Christon (Xavier), All-Big Ten Sam Dekker (Wisconsin), All-ACC Tyler Ennis (Syracuse), Micheal Eric (Temple), Erick Green (Virginia Tech), All-American Alex Hamilton (Louisiana Tech), Sek Henry (Nebraska), R.J. Hunter (Georgia State), PAC-12 Player of the Year Nick Johnson (Arizona), Jamal Jones (Texas A&M), Sean Kilpatrick (Cincinnati), All-American and ACC Player of the Year Shane Larkin (Miami), Jordan Loyd (Indianapolis), All-SEC Daryl Macon (Arkansas), All-Big Ten Raymar Morgan (Michigan State), ACC All-Defensive Team Landry Nnoko (Clemson), Nuni Omot (Baylor), Josh Owens (Stanford), ACC Defensive Player of the Year Chris Singleton (Florida State), Tony Taylor (George Washington), 2015 NCAA steals leader Corey Walden (Eastern Kentucky), and NCAA champion and All-American Kyle Wiltjer (Gonzaga). Rosters subject to change.
Tournament 1 will run from September 2-6, and Tournament 2 from September 8-13, with English, Spanish, and Turkish commentary available on FITE. Viewers have the option to order individual day games a la carte or purchase the entire Gloria Cup Tournament at a value-priced Full Season Pass and get all of the games. Either option comes with unlimited replays of purchase.
Each Tournament divides the teams into Group A and Group B with a 5-man starting team. They will operate in elimination format which creates the final bracket for each separate Cup Tournament. This allows the top two teams to compete in each final, the second-placed teams to play off for third position and the bottom two clubs to face off for fifth place on the final day of each Tournament.
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