Atlanta, GA, November 8, 2019 -- SUVtv and Augusta, GA-based AugBball announced a content partnership that will feature broadcasts of select grassroots, high school, and college games in Atlanta, Augusta, and the Central Savannah Rivers Area (CSRA). Through its blog, live stream, and short form video coverage, AugBball serves as the most in-depth resource for basketball and football coverage ranging from youth to the professional levels in the CSRA. The co-branded lineup with SUVtv will include select high school & Augusta University basketball games as well as the CSRA All Star Bowl high school football classic in North Augusta, SC.
Based in Atlanta, SUVtv is a network that provides quality live broadcasts and original content to sport-specific audiences. The platform’s content partnership with AugBball will include programming around events held in Atlanta, Augusta, and surrounding areas. “When you fuse the footprint AugBball has developed in the CSRA with the broadcast production quality and volume we provide in Atlanta, the end result will be a larger digital stage for the student athletes & teams we’ll showcase”, says Marques Burnett, Founder/CEO of SUVtv, “We look forward to providing an enjoyable broadcast experience for the sports communities both of our brands serve.”
The first co-branded high school hoops broadcast of the 2019-2020 season will take place on Saturday, November 9 as the SWD Showdown tips off on SUVtv with seven live & on demand broadcasts including two games featuring Augusta’s own Glenn Hills High and Butler High. A week later, the first Augusta University basketball broadcast produced by AugBball in partnership with SUVtv will feature the AU women’s basketball team vs Queens College at 5:30pm EST on November 16.
“As we celebrate our 10th year providing basketball and football coverage throughout the Augusta area, it’s a great milestone to partner with SUVtv, the gold standard when it comes to grassroots and high school sports streaming”, says Chad Cook, Founder of AugBball, “This will provide a golden opportunity to maximize the recognition Augusta’s student-athletes receive as well as the broadcast experience for the viewers that support them.”
On November 29-30, Augusta University will also be the site of the 100 Black Men’s 26th Annual Thanksgiving Basketball Classic - a high school basketball showcase for teams in the CSRA. All games from this year’s event will be streamed live & on demand via AugBball powered by SUVtv, including the Augusta University men’s basketball team’s matchup vs. Barton on Nov. 30 at 12pm EST.
Student-athletes getting it done on the gridiron will also be a part of the AugBball-SUVtv broadcast slate when the 9th Annual CSRA All-Star Bowl Week kicks off on Saturday, December 21,2019. Featuring some of the best youth & high school football players in the CSRA, the All Star Bowl Gameday slate will include Middle School, Underclassman, Junior, and Senior Bowl games at Lions Memorial Stadium in North Augusta, SC. Television-style broadcasts will be provided - similar to the AugBball Game of the Week powered by SUVtv during this past high school football season.
With broadcasts and content ranging from the grassroots to the professional level, SUVtv continues to be a first-in-class provider of high quality live streams and original content geared towards passionate basketball fans. For more information as well as select coverage of additional sports, visit theSUVtv.com.
AugBball provides an in-depth, running account of the Augusta area’s basketball and football scene - from live broadcasts and articles to video coverage and events. For the latest information about AugBball, go to @AugBball on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Atlanta-based SUVtv is a broadcast and original content platform that provides thousands of live and on demand archives for the basketball audience as well as additional sports. The SUVtv pipeline of content includes over 10,000 hours of premium hoops content that covers the grassroots to professional levels. The network also includes special broadcast features of various sports, including football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, and more.