PILIPINAS VISMIN SUPER CUP LOOKS FOR TWO MORE TEAMS
Pilipinas Vismin Super Cup looks for additional two teams from Mindanao before its inaugural season set to start next month.
League Chief Operating Officer Rocky Chan said having two more teams from Mindanao will ensure parity in the competition that will start on April 9 in Cebu.
“It will create parity in the league if we can have seven teams each for Visayas and Mindanao.’’
“We are looking at two more teams to join us in Mindanao,” Chan added.
Currently, there are 12 teams signed up for the tournament with seven from the Visayas and the five others from Mindanao.
There will be two bubbles for the competition, one in Visayas and one in Minadanao.
Meanwhile, Puma’s senior manager for sales marketing and operations Mike Aldover said that VisMin Super Cup aims to discover and develop talents.
“The goal of the VisMin Super Cup to discover and develop talents in these regions goes along with our thrust to promote our basketball line,” said Aldover.