Broadcast schedule for Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2019

© WCF / Tom Rowland

The Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2019 will have 11 round-robin games broadcast live, as well as play-off games.

Coverage – from 2 to 9 November, in Shenzhen, China – will be carried by host broadcasters in China (Beijing Television), Japan (Nippon TV), New Zealand (Sky New Zealand) and the United States (NBC). SBS in South Korea may take footage, but this is to be confirmed.

World Curling TV is the global broadcast distributer and outside of these territories will have live streams, of all broadcast games, available on YouTube and Facebook. Geo-blocking will apply in territories with host broadcasters.

All times are China Standard Time (CST), which is eight (+8) hours ahead of Universal Coordinated Time.

 


Live games are:

Saturday 2 November

14:00 – China v New Zealand (men) – available on Beijing Television, Sky New Zealand and NBC’s streaming service

19:00 – Japan v Korea (women) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC Olympic Channel (this game will not be geo-blocked in Japan and will be available to Japanese viewers on YouTube)

Sunday 3 November

09:00 – Korea v Japan (men) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC Olympic Channel (this game will not be geo-blocked in Japan and will be available to Japanese viewers on YouTube)

Monday 4 November

09:00 – China v Japan (women) – available on NIPPON TV, Beijing Television and NBC Olympic Channel (this game will not be geo-blocked in Japan and will be available to Japanese viewers on YouTube)

14:00 – China v Chinese Taipei (men) – available on Beijing Television

19:00 – Korea v China (women) – available on Beijing Television and NBC’s streaming service

Tuesday 5 November

09:00 – China v Australia (men) – available on Beijing Television

Wednesday 6 November

14:00 – Japan v Hong Kong (women) – available on NIPPON TV

19:00 – Japan v China (men) – available on NIPPON TV, Beijing Television and NBC’s streaming service

Thursday 7 November

09:00 – Australia v China (women) – available on Beijing Television

14:00 – Korea v China (men) – available on Beijing Television and NBC’s streaming service

19:00 – Hong Kong v Japan: semi-final (women) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC’s streaming service

Friday 8 November

09:00 – Korea v China: semi-final (women) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC’s streaming service

14:00 – Japan v China: semi-final (men) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC’s streaming service

19:00 – Bronze medal game (women) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC’s streaming service

Saturday 9 November

11:00 – Gold medal game (women) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC’s streaming service

15:00 – Gold medal game (men) – available on NIPPON TV and NBC’s streaming service


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Shenzhen, China

30 October 2019