Singapore − Now you can catch the 28th South East Asian Games on Toggle, MediaCorp’s over-the-top internet video service, anytime, anywhere and on demand. MediaCorp is making Toggle a key platform for presenting the most exciting moments of the Games to viewers in Singapore and beyond.
Viewers on the move and Singaporeans who are overseas can watch the action on 12 ‘live’ streams on Toggle accompanied with English commentary and relive the best sporting moments on Toggle’s ‘Catch-Up’ video-on-demand. An Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) specially developed by Toggle for SEA Games allows viewers to select their preferred sports with a ‘sports finder’ or the option of watching the various sporting action that are available on the selected channels. A ‘remind me’ function is available to help viewers pre-set a date and time of their preferred games.
Television viewers will also enjoy the Games on okto, the dedicated channel for SEA Games, now in high definition (HD) quality. Channel 5 will also broadcast ‘live’ the Opening Ceremony with the encore telecasts available for both the Opening Ceremony and the daily Games highlight show, Today At The Games. Capital 95.8FM radio station will broadcast the Opening and Closing ceremonies ‘live’ with Chinese commentary while Channel U will be showcasing key SEA Games events in dual sound with English and Chinese commentary throughout the competition.
Opening Ceremony LIVE
5th June – 7:30pm to 10:10pm
Daily LIVE Action Belt
6th to 15th June – 8:45am to 10:30pm
16th June – 8:45am to 7pm
Today At The Games (Highlights Show)
6th to 15th June – 10:30pm to 11:30pm
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