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SDABA announces log-in instructions for pay-per-view streaming

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The South Dakota Amateur Baseball Association is offering pay-per-view for this year’s state tournament in anticipation of potentially limited crowds and a need to cover the cost of hosting it.

The state tournament is scheduled for Aug. 5-16 at Cadwell Park.

LiveTicket.tv will host the pay-per-view live-streaming for all 37 games across both Class A and B state tournaments. Individual game passes, day passes and complete tournament passes will be offered to fans.

The fees are $5.50 for an individual game pass, $8 or $16 for a day pass depending on whether it’s two or four games and $50 for a tournament pass. Pay-per-view subscriptions will become available to the public on Aug. 3, as fans are encouraged to purchase their passes in advance.

To log-in and purchase passes, go to www.liveticket.tv and click on the “Play” button on the Home Page of the Game you would like to watch and complete your enrollment process.

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