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Purdue at the World University Games: How to Watch

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We finally have information on how you can watch Purdue win a World Championship.

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It has taken some time, but information has finally been released on how you can watch Purdue in the World University Games over in Taiwan. According to Purdue Sports, you can watch as follows:

USA Team’s games with Argentina (Aug 20; 5:30 a.m. ET), the Czech Republic (Aug 23; 5:30 a.m. ET), Romania (Aug. 24; 3 a.m. ET) and Estonia (Aug. 25; 12:30 a.m. ET) will all be streamed online at https://livestream.com/fisu, as well on the FISU TV App on Apple and Android devices. The medal rounds featuring the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals will also be streamed live.

In addition, CBS Sports Network has announced that they will air all of the games mentioned above on a tape-delay basis, typically about 30 hours after the completion of the original contest. • Argentina – 1 p.m. ET (Aug. 21)

• Czech Republic – 1 p.m. ET (Aug. 24) • Romania – 1 p.m. ET (Aug. 25)

• Estonia – 1 p.m. ET (Aug. 26) • Quarterfinals – 1 p.m. ET (Aug. 28)

• Semifinals – 1:30 p.m. ET (Aug. 29) • Finals (USA Pending) – 1 p.m. ET (Aug. 30)

The only contest not available to view will be the United Arab Emirates game on Aug. 21. Follow Purdue Basketball on Twitter (@BoilerBall) for frequent updates from that contest.

The opening ceremonies of the Games are tomorrow and Purdue will be marching in with the United States delegation. We will do our best to have game wraps posted ASAP and to provide the live streaming link as we can, but the time difference is obviously going to be an issue here. As a reminder, here is the schedule for all of PurdUeSA’s pool play games:

August 20: 5:30 AM ET vs. Argentina

August 21: 3:00 AM ET vs. United Arab Emirates

August 23: 5:30 AM ET vs. Czech Republic

August 24: 3:00 AM ET vs. Romania

August 25: 12:30 AM ET vs. Estonia

August 27: Quarterfinals

August 28: Semifinals

August 29: Finals