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Hang Meas TV to bring SEA Games live

Hang Meas TV to bring SEA Games live

Local channel Hang Meas TV has struck a partnership with the 29th SEA Games Organising Committee for live coverage of 11 football matches, including the semifinals and final, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies.

The coverage includes four Cambodia’s matches in Group B starting with the match against the Philippines today, which is set for a 7:45pm kick-off Cambodian time.

Meanwhile, the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia has announced that it will bring live updates from the Games through its newly launched online platform, nocc.org.kh, and mobile app live video programming 24 hours a day.

Live broadcast dates
August 15: Cambodia v Philippines
16: Malaysia v Singapore
17: Cambodia v Vietnam
18: Laos v Singapore
19: Opening Ceremony
20: Cambodia v Thailand
21: Malaysia v Myanmar
22: Vietnam v Indonesia
23: Singapore v Brunei
24: Cambodia v Indonesia
26: Semifinals
29: Final
30: Closing Ceremony

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