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IDEA will be continuing it's live streaming coverage of the World Universities Debating Championships by bringing you three debates from all the preliminary and break rounds, including the finals of the competition on January 3. To access the live streams, visit IDebate Streaming on the following dates/times (as scheduled by the organizers):

December 28:
1330 PHT, 0530 GMT: Masters Round 1
1530 PHT, 0730 GMT: Masters Round 2

December 29:
0930 PHT, 0130 GMT: Round 1
1300 PHT, 0500 GMT: Round 2
1630 PHT, 0830 GMT: Round 3
1830 PHT, 1030 GMT: Public Speaking Round 1

December 30:
0930 PHT, 0130 GMT: Round 4
1300 PHT, 0500 GMT: Round 5
1630 PHT, 0830 GMT: Round 6
1830 PHT, 1030 GMT: Public Speaking Round 2

December 31:
0930 PHT, 0130 GMT: Round 7
1230 PHT, 0430 GMT: Round 8
1530 PHT, 0730 GMT: Round 9
2000-0200 PHT, 1200-1600 GMT: Break Night

January 1:
2000-0100 PHT, 1200-1500 GMT: Comedy Night / Public Speaking Finals

January 2:
0930 PHT, 0130 GMT: Octo-Finals
1300 PHT, 0500 GMT: ESL Quarter-Finals
1530 PHT, 0730 GMT: Quarter-Finals
1730 PHT, 0930 GMT: EFL & ESL Semifinals

January 3:
0930 PHT, 0130 GMT: Semi-Finals
1330 PHT, 0530 GMT: EFL Finals
1530 PHT, 0730 GMT: ESL Finals
1800 PHT, 1000 GMT: Open Break Finals

Also, follow @idebate for live coverage and motions from the tournament, while we will be posting a daily review of events on this website. A special edition of the Big IDEA will be published on January 4, featuring full tournament results, interviews with participants and news from Worlds Council, including the hosts of WUDC 2014!

Apart from IDEA, there will be more coverage of the event coming from other debate organizations - the Dutch Debate Association's 'SevenTwenty' online magazine will be covering the tournament live from Manila, while the German Debate Association's Achte Minute - or 8th Minute - will once again be there to bring you the latest news.

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