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CHARLOTTE – The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) will stream all games of the 2020 CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament on the CIAA Sports Network (CIAASN), set to take place Tuesday, February 25 through February 29 at Bojangles’ Coliseum and Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North ciaa logo

In partnership with BlueFrame Technology, the 22-game men’s and women’s tournament schedule will be shown live on the CIAASN. BlueFrame will produce and broadcast all games on Tuesday, Wednesday and the first two games on Thursday and will also simulcast the final eight (8) games, which will broadcast live on Aspire TV.

“We’re excited to once again showcase all of our games on the CIAA Sports Network as we celebrate 75 years of tournament basketball. Our partnership with BlueFrame has allowed us to develop a thriving streaming platform that has increased exposure for our schools and student-athletes and helped us better engage our fans and alumni in the digital space while enhancing our coverage of the basketball tournament and all of our sports across the board,” said CIAA Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams.

BlueFrame produced broadcasts will feature play-by-play and color commentary from Matt Popelka, Issac Berky, and Russ Einstein. CIAA mainstays Stan Lewter (color) and Scott Pryzwansky (play-by-play) will be on the call for all games on Aspire TV.

“BlueFrame has been so happy to partner with the CIAA to grow its brand and reach their fans the past two years by providing The CIAA Sports Network. We are thrilled to be involved again in Charlotte to help produce the 75th CIAA Basketball Tournament,” stated Sydney Windell, Director of Productions at BlueFrame Technology.

Pricing is inspired by the 75th anniversary year where fans can purchase a 22-game All-Access package with all men’s and women’s games included. Single-game passes for each game will also be available.

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