Mark Anthony Doligon-led EGS Elite bagged the NBA 3X Philippines 2019 presented by AXA Men’s Open title.
Mark Anthony Doligon-led EGS Elite bagged the NBA 3X Philippines 2019 presented by AXA Men’s Open title.

 

Manila, Philippines, Aug. 4, 2019—Cavite-based EGS Elite celebrated on court as MPBL player Mark Anthony Doligon, made the final shot in the Men’s Open division to beat the TVL Cavs, 22-14, and reclaim the Men’s Open title in NBA 3X Philippines 2019 presented by AXA to secure their fifth title in six years.  In the Women’s Open Division, National University Uno defeated National University Dos to win the NBA 3X title for National University (NU), which was previously held by Perlas Pilipinas in 2018.

National University Uno composed of Lamama Kapinga, Angelica Surada, Jack Animam, and Camille Clarin dominated the Women’s Open category.
National University Uno composed of Lamama Kapinga, Angelica Surada, Jack Animam, and Camille Clarin dominated the Women’s Open category.

Returning for the ninth consecutive year, NBA 3X Philippines were headlined by Denver Nuggets’ Monte Morris, NBA Legend Muggsy Bogues and 2019 NBA Champions mascot, the Raptor.  The 3-on-3 tournament featured more than 1,000 participants representing 260 teams across divisions for boys (under-13, under-16, under-18, and open category), girls (under-18 and open category), Celebrity Division featuring local personalities, and AXA Division.

NBA Legend Muggsy Bogues and Denver Nuggets guard celebrates with the crowd as a Men’s Open Division takes the game with a buzzer beater.
NBA Legend Muggsy Bogues and Denver Nuggets guard celebrates with the crowd as a Men’s Open Division takes the game with a buzzer beater.

In the Celebrity Division, Team Uy Uy Uy, composed of Dominic Uy, Vince Hizon, Yuri Escueta and Miko Abello, defeated Calix comprised of Xavy Nunag, Nikko Ramos, Jutt Sulit and Marxx Monterola.  The AXA Division saw Bank Assure: Born Ballers outlast AAA2 of Head Office in their finals.  In addition, SKAPRO, Caloocan Supremos and Caloocan Supremos 1-A emerged as winners in the Boys Under-13, Under-16, and Under-18 Divisions, while FCPC captured the Girls Under-18 title.

NBA 3X Philippines presented by AXA follows the launch of AXA’s newest brand campaign, “Know You Can,” which reminds its customers that a better life is within reach if they believe it can be achieved.  Aligned with AXA’s mission of empowering people to live better lives, the campaign will feature a prominent sports figure who embodies self-belief on and off the playing court.

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Celebrity Division champs Mikko Abello, Dominic Uy, Vince Hizon and Yuri Escueta bring home the gold after besting Nikko Ramos-led Calix Team.
Celebrity Division champs Mikko Abello, Dominic Uy, Vince Hizon and Yuri Escueta bring home the gold after besting Nikko Ramos-led Calix Team.

AXA Philippines is the presenting partner of NBA 3X Philippines 2019.  In addition, Gatorade, Nike, PLDT-Smart, and Vivo will serve as official partners.  Official NBA broadcast partners are ABS-CBN S+A, Basketball TV, and NBA Premium TV.

 

For more information on NBA 3X Philippines 2019 and the registration process, fans can visit www.nba3x.com/philippines and follow on Facebook and Twitter.

 

For more details on AXA Philippines and their product offerings, visit www.axa.com.ph and follow on Facebook.

 

The following is a complete list of division champions of NBA 3X Philippines 2019 presented by AXA:

 

BOYS U13 CHAMPIONS: SKAPRO

 

First Name Last Name School/City
Sizco Jeane Roquid Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, Laguna
Prince Redd Tristan League St. Michael’s College of Laguna
Dwyne Infante St. Michael’s College of Laguna
Khean Gabriel Tacneng Colegio de San Agustin, Laguna

 

BOYS U16 CHAMPIONS: CALOOCAN SUPREMOS 1

 

First Name Last Name School/City
John Vincent Reyes Systems Plus Computer College
John Paul Lopez Systems Plus Computer College
Carl John Yu Systems Plus Computer College
Jolan Christian Amatosa Systems Plus Computer College
ALL HEART. Boys U13 Division players give their all in the semifinals.
ALL HEART. Boys U13 Division players give their all in the semifinals.

BOYS U18 CHAMPIONS: CALOOCAN SUPREMOS

 

First Name Last Name School/City
Karlo Jeremiah Baranda Systems Plus Computer College
Andrei Christian Marte Systems Plus Computer College
Nickos Andrei Santos Systems Plus Computer College
Adrian Jemmuel Rafael Systems Plus Computer College

 

MEN’S OPEN CHAMPIONS: EGS ELITE

 

First Name Last Name School/City
Mark Anthony Doligon Arellano University
Arnel Fillon Far Eastern University
John Vincent Cabrera Quezon City
Jay Bren Motol Quezon City

 

GIRLS U18 CHAMPIONS: FCPC

 

First Name Last Name School/City
Julia Rose Saysay First City Providential College
Alecxia Nicole Rillera Garcia First City Providential College
Jerose Monteleyola First City Providential College
Karen Demesa Francisco First City Providential College
Denver Nuggets point guard Monte Morris plays an exhibition game with National University Lady Bulldogs.
Denver Nuggets point guard Monte Morris plays an exhibition game with National University Lady Bulldogs.

WOMEN’S OPEN CHAMPIONS: NATIONAL U-UNO

 

First Name Last Name School/City
Jack Animam National University
Angelica Surada National University
Camille Clarin National University
Lamama Kapinga National University
GAME ON. Intense action at the NBA 3X Women’s Division as ballers play hard for the gold.
GAME ON. Intense action at the NBA 3X Women’s Division as ballers play hard for the gold.

AXA CHAMPIONS: BANK ASSURE: BORN BALLERS

 

First Name Last Name
James Kenneth Giron
Christian Antonio delos Santos
Arnold delos Santos
Virgilio Guinto

 

 

CELEBRITY CHAMPIONS: TEAM UY UY UY

 

First Name Last Name
Dominic Uy
Vince Hizon
Yuri Escueta
Mikko Abello
Kapamilya star Donny Pangilinan holds his ground against former PBA player Dominic Uy in the Celebrity Division semifinals.
Kapamilya star Donny Pangilinan holds his ground against former PBA player Dominic Uy in the Celebrity Division semifinals.

About the NBA

The NBA is a global sports and media business built around four professional sports leagues: the National Basketball Association, the Women’s National Basketball Association, the NBA G League and the NBA 2K League.  The NBA has established a major international presence with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 50 languages, and merchandise for sale in more than 100,000 stores in 100 countries on six continents.  NBA rosters at the start of the 2018-19 season featured 108 international players from 42 countries and territories.  NBA Digital’s assets include NBA TV, NBA.com, the NBA App and NBA League Pass.  The NBA has created one of the largest social media communities in the world, with 1.6 billion likes and followers globally across all league, team, and player platforms.  Through NBA Cares, the league addresses important social issues by working with internationally recognized youth-serving organizations that support education, youth and family development, and health-related causes.

 

About AXA Philippines

Established in 1999, AXA Philippines is one of the largest and fastest growing life insurance companies in the country.  It offers financial security to more than 1.5 million individuals through its group and individual life insurance as well as general insurance products through its wholly-owned subsidiary Charter Ping An.

 

AXA Philippines is one of the first to introduce bancassurance operations in the country, and is among the pioneers in the investment-linked insurance sector.  AXA now offers a complete range of products for all its customers’ insurance and financial protection needs, including savings and investments, health plans, income protection, and health coverage; and through its general insurance subsidiary, Charter Ping An: fire, motor car, marine cargo, personal accident, bonds, casualty, and engineering insurance products.

 

AXA Philippines is a joint venture between the AXA Group, headquartered in France, GT Capital Holdings, Inc. (GT Capital), a leading listed conglomerate in the Philippines, and Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (Metrobank), one of the Philippines’ largest financial institutions.

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