Kwesé TV is giving its die-hard customers an All-expense-paid NBA experience for just 100 reasons

Kwesé TV, the exclusive broadcast partner of the NBA in sub-Saharan Africa, is kicking off the new season in style with the 100 reasons campaign. Kwesé believes that there are a hundred or more reasons to love this game, and just only a single place to find it, on Kwesé Sports.With the 2017-18 NBA season already showcasing great performance from African acts, like the Nigerian-Greek forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kwesé Sports is partnering with the NBA to broadcast games between 9pm to 12am every Sunday, to benefit the zealous fans that usually stay up late to catch live games.

Basketball being a growing sport, Kwesé is giving Ugandans the opportunity to see and draw inspiration for themselves through watching live games of the sport.

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At the launch, held at the Kwesé offices in Naguru, David Odai – the Head of Sales at Kwesé TV Uganda stated that they can’t think of better ways to burn the midnight oil.

“Fans will need to purchase a Kwesé TV satellite dish and decoder to make sure they don’t miss any of the action.”

The ‘100 Reasons’ campaign

Kwesé is giving one fan the chance to win an all expenses paid with a partner to the NBA All-Star Weekend 2018 in Los Angeles, California. This once in a lifetime experience is only open to Kwesé TV subscribers.

All you have to do is to tell why you love the NBA, and be an active subscriber with a running monthly subscription. Each active decoder receives an entry into the competition, with numerous prizes up for grabs.

How to win the trip to the NBA 

To win the trip to Los Angeles, one simply has to join the social media conversation by liking,  sharing or posting your reason for loving the NBA. You then tag @kwesèsports and hash tag #KweseNBA #PickMeKwese and you’re good to go. The more reasons you give, the higher your chances of winning.

The competition is open to subscribers in Kwesé territories include Uganda, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Swaziland, and Zambia.

The competition closes at midnight on 30 November 2017. The eventual winner shall be selected in a random draw and announced live on NBA Live Games on Sunday 10 December 2017, and the necessary preparations made there on.

The NBA All-star 2018 will take place from 16-18 February 2018, and every basketball fan can only dream of the experience.