3×3: the Paris Masters broadcast on Sport in France and the France TV platform


The 9th stage of the FIBA ​​3×3 World Tour, which will take place on October 7 and 8 at the Carreau du Temple in Paris, will be broadcast unencrypted on Sport in France and on the france.tv platform.

Two years from the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the best 3×3 basketball players will be gathered in the capital for the ninth stage of the 2022 World Tour. The opportunity for the new French professional team “3×3 Paris” to confirm its place of finalist obtained at the Masters of Utrecht, and thus try to qualify directly for the final of the FIBA ​​World Tour 3×3, which will take place in Abu Dhabi.

The event, organized in partnership with TikTok, will be co-broadcast on the Sport channel in France as well as on the france.tv platform.

For those who wish to visit the Carreau du Temple, admission is free. Several activities will be available on the outer square and within the enclosure: DJ, Break dance, Barjot Dunkers, Cheerleaders, Initiations Basket, retrogaming, or even a program of awareness and information actions around the challenges of sustainable development. , particularly in terms of eco-responsibility and social inclusion.

Laurent-Eric Le Lay, Director of Sports for the France Télévisions group “Less than two years from the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, France Télévisions is proud to offer this new Olympic discipline to as many French people as possible. By broadcasting the French leg of this FIBA ​​3×3 World Tour on its france.tv platform, France Télévisions is once again playing its public service role and at the same time broadening its sporting richness to the delight of enthusiasts. The 2024 Paris Games adventure is on its way! »

Romain Schindler, Deputy CEO of Sport in France “Sport en France is proud to offer the first French stage of the FIBA ​​3×3 World Tour in the clear, free and live to everyone. 3 × 3 basketball is booming and it was obvious that the sports movement channel had to support its media coverage to as many people as we do on many new sports and through this, help the French Basketball Federation to further develop their practice. Finally, to accompany this first broadcast, we will be offering a special program this Thursday, October 6 at 7 p.m. We would like to thank Oxygène and FIBA ​​for trusting us to support them in this adventure. »

Photo: 3×3 (FIBA)

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