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“East Asia Super League – The Terrific 12” Announces Players Participating in The FIBA World Cup 2019

Posted: September 5, 2019

The Terrific 12 will feature eleven (11) national team players from China, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines

HONG KONG SAR –29th August] – East Asia Super League (EASL) is thrilled to announce that The Terrific 12, the FIBA recognized premier preseason event of the summer, hosted at Macao’s Tap Seac Multi-Sport Pavilion this 17-22 September, 2019, will feature eleven (11) national team players from seven (7) clubs across China, Japan, South Korea and the Philippines.

Before colliding in Macao to compete for The Terrific 12 crown and lucrative cash prizes with their club teams, national team players will first compete in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 in China. A record 32 national teams meet throughout eight Chinese cities from August 31 to September 15.

After a year’s worth of fighting for the top positions in their respective leagues, twelve (12) of the top clubs throughout East Asia have assembled their best lineups and national team players to clash in The Terrific 12. Fans can catch the following national team players participating in The Terrific 12 as well as the FIBA Basketball World Cup:

China: Guo Ailun (Liaoning Flying Leopards), Sun Minghui (Zhejiang Guangsha Lions) and Zhao Jiwei (Liaoning Flying Leopards)
Japan: Kosuke Takeuchi (Utsunomiya Brex) and Makoto Hiejima (Utsunomiya Brex)
South Korea: Choi Jun-yong (Seoul SK Knights), Kim Sun-hyung (Seoul SK Knights) and Lee Jung-hyun (Jeonju KCC Egis)
Philippines: June Mar Fajardo (San Miguel Beermen), Roger Pogoy (TNT KaTropa) and Troy Rosario (TNT KaTropa)

National team players will then re-join their professional clubs for The Terrific 12. Participating club lineups will also boast top foreign imports such as former NBA players Aaron Jackson (Zhejiang Guangsha), Jack Cooley (Ryukyu Golden Kings), Jameel Warney (Seoul SK Knights), Lance Stephenson (Liaoning Flying Leopards), Pierre Jackson (Shenzhen Aviators) and Shabazz Muhammad (Shenzhen Aviators).

 

For more in-depth, exclusive and behind-the-scenes information about East Asia Super League and THE TERRIFIC 12, please follow the below official website and social media pages:

Official website: www.eastasiasuperleague.com
Douyin: Search for ID “159972806”
Facebook: www.facebook.com/eastasiasuperleague/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/eastasiasuperleague/
Jinri Toutiao: “East Asia Super League”
Sina Weibo: www.weibo.com/u/6274381383
Twitter: www.twitter.com/EASLofficial
WeChat: Search for public account “East Asia Super League”
Tencent Library: https://v.qq.com/detail/m/mzc00200enure8b.html

Want to see your favorite teams and players up close? Ticket prices for the group stage are set at MOP 50 for standard ticket and MOP 100 for courtside seat ticket. Semi-Finals and Finals tickets are MOP 200 for standard ticket and MOP 400 for courtside seat ticket. Full five-day tournament packages are also available at MOP 400 (standard ticket).

Tickets are available for purchase from 31 July through the following three ways:

1. Online purchasing via following online ticketing platforms:
Macau Ticketing – (http://bit.ly/2Osn1Ox)
DaMai Tickets – (https://detail.damai.cn/item.htm?id=599881986815)
Qupiaowang – (https://www.qupiaowang.com/Ticket/Index/7492)
228.com.cn – (https://www.228.com.cn/ticket-593637908.html)

2. Retail outlets of Macau Ticketing

3. On-site ticketing counter of Macau Ticketing at the Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion
(available on 17, 18, 19, 21 & 22 September)

Please stay tuned for more exciting news from us, and we look forward to seeing you at THE TERRIFIC 12 in Macao!

For enquiries or more information about “East Asia Super League – THE TERRIFIC 12”, please contact below personnel for different markets:

China – Maggie Tang; Maggie@theAsiaLeague.com
Zoe Zhao; zoe@theAsiaLeague.com
Hong Kong/Macao –Marcus Tang ; Marcus@theAsiaLeague.com
Japan – Dai Nakamura; Dai@theAsiaLeague.com
Korea – Steve Han; Steve@theAsiaLeague.com
Philippines – Philippines@theAsiaLeague.com