PBA STREAMING ENDS ON FLOSPORTS, MOVES TO BOWLTV

BowlTV will be the primary steaming platform in the industry in 2023 as preliminary-round coverage of the Guaranteed Rate PBA Tour season moves to the United States Bowling Congress-operated service. The agreement between the PBA and USBC also includes PBA50, PBA Jr. and PBA Regional Tour events.

BowlTV’s season coverage will feature all PBA Tour qualifying rounds, as well as championship rounds for five PBA Classic series tournaments. The coverage also will include the entirety of the Roth/Holman PBA Doubles Championship and all PBA50 Tour events.

The agreement brings the PBA Tour, Professional Women’s Bowling Association Tour and USBC short-duration tournaments to the same BowlTV streaming platform, all with one subscription.
“We are pleased to have all professional bowling come together under the same platform for 2023,” PBA Tour Commissioner Tom Clark said. “BowlTV’s coverage will be tremendous for bowling fans.”

The new agreement brings an end to the PBA’s streaming agreement with FloSports.
“We appreciate the PBA partnering with the USBC to create this incredible content offering for bowling,” USBC President Melissa McDaniel said. “This partnership is a big win for all of bowling, including the fans, athletes and USBC members.”

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