K-Pop stans won’t have to miss the much-anticipated 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards (2020 MAMA) because, for the first time ever, mobile services provider Smart Communications, Inc. will exclusively online stream Asia’s biggest awards ceremony to Filipino audiences live via the GigaFest.Smart portal on Dec. 6, Sunday, at 5:00 p.m., Philippine time.
This year’s MAMA will crown the best of the best South Korean acts who have taken over the world in various categories, such as Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Worldwide Fans’ Choice, and more.
Aside from the awarding, the ceremony will also feature spectacular performances by phenomenal K-Pop groups, including Ateez, BTS, Cravity, Enhypen, (G)I-DLE, GOT7, IZ*ONE, Mamamoo, Monsta X, NCT, Oh My Girl, Seventeen, Stray Kids, The Boyz, Tomorrow X Together, Treasure, TWICE, and more.
All Smart Prepaid and Smart Postpaid subscribers can stream the show live on the go. Simply turn on your Smart mobile data, visit GigaFest.Smart on your browser, and click ‘Watch Now.’
While streaming, you can go all-out and turn on your light sticks, dance to the hits of your idols, and connect with fellow K-pop fans here and abroad.
Apart from bringing the 2020 MAMA live to fans, Smart continues to bring the K-drama and K-culture enthusiasts closer to their love for all things Korean with GIGA K-Video 99, which comes with seven-day premium subscription to K-drama streaming service Viu, 1 GB for Viu every day for seven days, and 2 GB of open-access data.
To register to GIGA K-Video, go to GigaLife App and choose GIGA K-Video or dial *123# and select GIGA K-Video from the Giga offers listed.
For updates on the 2020 MAMA and the latest Smart promos and services, follow Smart’s official accounts on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SmartCommunications, and Twitter and Instagram at @LiveSmart and use the official hashtags #Smart2020MAMA and #SmartKLife
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