HBCU Gameday will stream the 2018 SIAC Basketball Tournament

If you are a fan of SIAC basketball or an alum of an SIAC school and you will not be able to make it Birmingham next week for the conference tournament, the fine folks at HBCUGameday have you covered. That is because they will be live streaming the proceedings.

Here is the full slate of information courtesy of HBCU Gameday.

ATLANTA–HBCU Gameday is proud to announce that it has entered an agreement with the SIAC to live stream the 2018 SIAC Basketball Tournament on the HBCU Gameday digital platform. Each game will be streamed live to the HBCU Gameday Fire TV app and YouTube channel. Links to the game will also be available to watch and share at HBCUGameday.com.   Additional content from the tournament will be available on HBCU Gameday’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram channels.

“HBCU Gameday has done a superb job of showcasing SIAC institutions and highlighting our student-athletes. Their platform is ideal because of their partnership with Amazon and Firestick which makes them the perfect co-production partner,” said SIAC Commissioner Gregory Moore.

The production for this year’s tournament will reflect more of what our audience wants to see at tournament time. We plan to take everyone behind the curtain a little more,” says producer and reporter Tolly Carr.

“Basketball is certainly the star of the show but there’s a lot of people who contribute to putting on the show.  The cheerleaders, band members, coaches, and advisors are just some of the folks who make this an unforgettable week for the fans,” Carr said.

About HBCU Gameday

HBCU Gameday, formed in 2012, is a digital media outlet that covers HBCU sports and culture. In the last 12 months, our content has generated over 32 million impressions across all of our digital platforms.

About the SIAC Basketball Tournament

The 2018 SIAC Basketball Tournament is set to tip off on February 26, with the final scheduled for March 3. The Birmingham CrossPlex will host the tournament for the third time, with 13 teams vying for the SIAC crown.

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