Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space).

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  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the NBA, MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL and Philippine Azkals matches, and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the NBA, MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL and Philippine Azkals matches, and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. On May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast is set to ceased brffadcast on pay TV effective October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support and cross-cutting measures as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10 and ABS-CBN Sports division decision to close its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective on December 31, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective on Octoberber 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. As effective on October 30, 2020, it will be taken over by Cine Mo! (through its cable channel space) and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It will have no source of sports programs for airing that’s why the management decided to discontinue the airing of the channel. On that day, the channel will be taken over by Cine Mo! (through its cable channel space) and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga is set to cease broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It will have no source of sports programs for airing that’s why the management decided to discontinue the airing of the channel. On that day, the channel will be taken over through its cable channel space by Cine Mo!, a complimentary movie channel consists of local films and foreign movies and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga has cease broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It will have no source of sports programs for airing that’s why the management decided to discontinue the airing of the channel. On that day, the channel will be taken over through its cable channel space by Cine Mo!, a complimentary movie channel consists of local films and foreign movies and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga ceased its broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It will have no source of sports programs for airing that’s why the management decided to discontinue the airing of the channel. On that day, the channel will be taken over through its cable channel space by Cine Mo!, a complimentary movie channel consists of local films and foreign movies and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga ceased its broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It will have no source of sports programs for airing that’s why the management decided to discontinue the airing of the channel. On that day, the channel will be taken over through its cable channel space by Cine Mo!, a complimentary movie channel consists of local films and foreign movies and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV, and Hero TV (through its channel's space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including from the MPBL, ABL, NCAA, UAAP, PVL, Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride Fights, ONE Championship Fights, and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. In May 2020, the channel became interim replacement of the ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga ceased its broadcast on pay TV effective on October 30, 2020 due to programming redundancies, lack of advertising support, and cross-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the non-renewal of its congressional franchise on July 10. ABS-CBN Sports division dissolved its business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It will have no source of sports programs for airing as the management decided to discontinue the airing of the channel. On that day, the channel will be taken over through its cable channel space by Cine Mo!, a complimentary movie channel consists of local films and foreign movies and it seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV, and Hero TV (through its channel space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL), ASEAN Basketball League (ABL), the Philippine NCAA, University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), (PVL), Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride boxing promotions, ONE Championship fights, and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. The channel became the interim replacement of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of ABS-CBN's legislative broadcast franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga ceased operations on pay TV effective October 30, 2020 due to the ensuing programming redundancy, lack of advertising support, and cost-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the House of Representatives' 70-11 vote denying the company a fresh congressional franchise on July 10 and the dissolution of ABS-CBN Sports effective August 31. The channel's cable space was later taken over by Cine Mo!, a complementary movie channel consisting of local films and foreign movies, seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV, and Hero TV (through its channel space). (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV, and Hero TV (through its channel space). Liga was the official broadcast partner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers in Russia, along with S+A. Aside from FIFA World Cup, the channel also broadcast local and international sports coverage including the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL), ASEAN Basketball League (ABL), the Philippine NCAA, University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), Premier Volleyball League (PVL), Philippine Azkals matches, Pinoy Pride boxing promotions, ONE Championship fights, and classic basketball and volleyball games from the UAAP. The channel became the interim replacement of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of ABS-CBN's legislative broadcast franchise. After almost 2 years of broadcast, Liga ceased operations on pay TV effective October 30, 2020 due to the ensuing programming redundancy, lack of advertising support, and cost-cutting measures, as well as the implementation of a retrenchment program covering its business company from August 7, following the House of Representatives' 70-11 vote denying the company a fresh congressional franchise on July 10 and the dissolution of ABS-CBN Sports effective August 31. The channel's cable space was later taken over by Cine Mo!, a complementary movie channel consisting of local films and foreign movies, seen on SkyCable and selected provincial cable providers. (en)
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  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). (en)
  • Liga is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space). (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV, and Hero TV (through its channel's space). (en)
  • Liga was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Sports (content provider). It was the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on January 1, 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV, and Hero TV (through its channel space). (en)
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