BowlTV expands livestream schedule for 2021 with four tournaments from TNBA Article Image
ARLINGTON, Texas -, the video-streaming service of the United States Bowling Congress, will expand its reach in 2021 with coverage of four events from The National Bowling Association.

A pair of Bill Rhodman Memorial Singles Classic events will kick off the TNBA coverage June 26-27. The Central region will take place at Super Bowl in Canton, Michigan, and the competitors in the Southern region will compete at the Smyrna Bowling Center in Smyrna, Tennessee.

The Eastern edition of the Bill Rhodman Memorial Singles Classic will be broadcast July 10-11 at Bowlerama Lanes in New Castle, Delaware, and the Reed-Hawthorne Singles Classic will take place July 24-25 at Executive Strike and Spare in Louisville, Kentucky.

The TNBA was founded in 1939 and has thousands of members throughout the United States, who take part in regional and national tournaments. To learn more about the TNBA and the 2021 schedule, visit

As part of the partnership, TNBA members will receive a 15% discount on annual subscriptions to BowlTV. There also will be an opportunity for TNBA members who have an annual BowlTV subscription to earn a share of a $4,000 prize pool for winning any of the TNBA events covered on BowlTV.

To take advantage of the discount, TNBA members can subscribe to BowlTV at

"We are very pleased for the opportunity to once again bring the TNBA to BowlTV," USBC Managing Director of Marketing Roger Noordhoek said. "BowlTV is becoming more diverse in its event coverage, and these TNBA events will give bowling fans to chance to watch high-level competition from across the country."

BowlTV annual recurring subscriptions cost $79.95, while monthly recurring subscriptions are $9.95. Event tickets also are available and allow access to watch live event coverage. Transaction fees apply for each option.

For more information on BowlTV and the schedule of events, visit