Digicel Play

Digicel Play to broadcast all world cup games!

If you have not bought a ticket to watch the PNG Kumuls play live then don’t be too worried because Digicel Play will bring you the Kumuls match and all other RLWC matches.

If you are a Digicel Play subscriber then you are in for quality entertainment. Digicel Play will be broadcasting all RLWC matches in high definition through its TVWAN Action and Events 1 channels.

With the aim of broadcasting all games in the duration of the world cup, Digicel Play will be broadcasting matches which will clash with airing times of other games on the Events 1 channel.

Digicel Play’s promo ends

Claire Kondoa of Port Moresby walked away with the last K1,500 for the Subscribe and Win State of Origin promotion.

Ms Kondoa, from McGregor barracks in Port Moresby, was surprised when the team from Digicel Play broke the news to her.

“I was shocked when they told me I had won K1500 as I am never lucky when it comes to promotions such as this.

“Thank you Digicel Play for making my day, I will forever be thankful for this awesome prize,” she said.

Morobean woman walks away with K1500

She was randomly selected as the first winner of the State Of Origin Subscribe and Win Promotion on Digicel Play.

The promotion, coinciding with this year’s State Of Origin matches, commenced on the 12th of May and will end on the 12th of July, with one winner announced on the week of each game day. A total cash value of K4500 is up for grabs.

Loop PNG launches the Golden Ticket promotion

Loop PNG & Digicel Play have teamed up to giveaway a 1-year subscription to the Supa Plan. That’s 38 channels for 12 months for free!

Beginning March 10th, Loop PNG readers can pick up a free ticket on the Loop Pacific app for their chance to win. Just open your Loop app, collect the free digital ticket and register your contact details through the online form. Winner will be contacted on April 3rd announced on April 7th.

Are you ready for the weekend?

This weekend we have a variety of specials that will premiere on TVWAN Action. These specials include the Justin Olam story and a review of the PNG Hunters games in 2016. Gear up for the rugby season by watching these specials on TVWAN Action. We also feature some of the drama series on TVWAN Life that we know you can’t get enough of. So sit back, relax and let us entertain you!

Enjoy your viewing!

Thursday 16 Feb


PNG’s ultimate Khax to be revealed this Sunday on TVWAN Life

The locally-produced Digicel Play TV show is a first of its kind talent show profiling Papua New Guinea’s most talented, unique and brightest entertainers.

The winner of the show will walk away with K20, 000, second place will receive K10,000 and a K5,000 prize will go to the third placed act.

After two exciting semi-final rounds, six of the most talented acts have made it into the inaugural grand finale on Sunday night. The top six acts that will battle it out in front of the judges to be crowned PNG’s ultimate khax include:

K20, 000 up for grabs in Yu Em Khax finale

The first-of-its-kind show was launched in October 2016 to showcase and profile Papua New Guineas most talented, unique and brightest entertainers.

The talent show started from Port Moresby, travelling to Lae, Mt Hagen and Kokopo in search of unique talents, bringing singers, dancers, musicians, comedians, poets, illusionists and magicians on the same stage.

Winners from each heat competed in Port Moresby where three acts were identified from each semi-final event.

Semi-final 1: NoiZiiK, Vigilante dance crew and Jack Spade the magician.

I am more of an entertainer says YEK semi-finalist

And he sure is different.

Deviating from the usual bad boy aura most male dancers possess on stage, Bradley’s moves tend to be more feminine.

“I don’t just entertain by dancing but by having a comedy side to it. It’s a combination of break-dance moves, traditional dance moves and fun,” he explains.

Kanao, from Central and Chimbu Province, is 19 years old and has been dancing for more than 10 years.

“I see a dance move, I’ll get that idea and then have my own twist to it,” he said.

YEK: second semi-finals set to take place

To be aired on Saturday, January 21, this semi-final will bring another variety of acts including solo dance acts, something not seen in the first semi-final.

Three from the Port Moresby Heat will see a singing act, magic/illusion and solo dance, two from the  Lae Heat will see a dance crew and a comedian, another two from Mount Hagen Heat with magic/illusion and a singing act and two more from the Kokopo Heat with a solo dance act and a signing act.

It is a race to snatch K20,000, and requires the best of what each contestant has got.

YEK first semi-final winners announced

NoiZiiK is made up of two beatboxers – Lazor Marx and beatboxer_steve, Vigilante is a dance crew of five male dancers and Jack Spade is a solo magician from Oro, Northern Province.

The three acts have secured a spot in the grand final for the race to get a portion of the total K35,000 grand prize.

The ultimate winner receives K20,000, the first runner up gets K10,000 and the third place act will be awarded K5,000.

Aired on the TVWan Life channel last Saturday, 7.30pm, all contestants stepped on stage prepared to give their best.