Pro Flight Finale NGN Broadcast Schedule Now Available

Watch the Pro Flight Finale LIVE on NGN!

Outside of the National Championships, no tournament is more anticipated or played at a higher level than the Pro Flight Finale, which brings together the top eight teams in every division for a final regular season battle. It is the final opportunity for the country’s best teams to square off before the Series — you can catch all the action from Seattle on NGN!

Here is NGN’s live broadcasting schedule from the Emerald City Classic, home of the Pro Flight Finale:

*All times EDT

Saturday, August 30

12:00 PM: Brute Squad (Boston, Mass.) vs. Showdown (Austin, Texas)
2:00 PM: Revolver (San Francisco, Calif.) vs. Machine (Chicago, Ill.)
6:00 PM: Sockeye (Seattle, Wash.) vs. Johnny Bravo (Denver, Colo.)
8:00 PM: Riot (Seattle, Wash) vs. Traffic (Vancouver, B.C.)

Sunday, August 31

Time TBD: Women’s Semifinal
Time TBD: Men’s Semifinal
6:00 PM: Women’s Championship Game
8:00 PM: Men’s Championship Game

You can purchase a Pro Flight Finale streaming pass for just $15 on NGN’s website. That gets you access to LIVE game footage as well as video-on-demand just hours after the completion of games.

NGN is also considering the addition of a Mixed Division game to their schedule, but only if they can raise enough funds through their Kickstarter, which runs until August 23rd.

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