Indianapolis, IN. – The Great Lakes Valley Conference, in partnership with BlueFrame Technology, has announced that the upcoming GLVC Basketball Championship will utilize a Pay-Per-View pass system. All games from the first round to the championship games for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship will be available to purchase via Pay-Per-View.

“The GLVC has partnered with BlueFrame Technology since the inception of the GLVC Sports Network (GLVCSN) in 2014. We are piloting a pay-per-view initiative for the 2022 GLVC Basketball Tournament to determine if this should be the next step in the evolution of streaming either regular season or conference championship events in the future.”, said Jim Naumovich, Commissioner of the GLVC. “This program will provide us with valuable data related to viewership numbers and generate a new revenue source to help defray the costs of hosting the tournament at a neutral site.”

Each game will be available to purchase for $15 individually, or viewers can purchase either a Men’s Basketball Championship pass or Women’s Basketball Championship pass for $35 for full access to either tournament.

"The GLVC was the first Division II conference to build a digital network through BlueFrame.”, said Josh Braun, BlueFrame's Director of Sales. "We know the quality of their live production will please the fans, and we are excited to partner with them on a new ‘first’ by introducing this pay-per-view program for the conference championships. We can’t wait to see the benefits of this extra revenue to the conference."

About the GLVC

The Great Lakes Valley Conference is one of the premier NCAA Division II conferences, made of 15 member institutions from three Midwest states (Illinois, Indiana, Missouri) and comprised of 8,000 student-athletes, 64,000 students and 600,000 alumni. Founded in 1978, the GLVC has grown to sponsor 24 Conference championships and is among the nation’s elite in academic and athletic success. GLVC schools have captured 19 NCAA Division II national championships, including 11 on the men’s side – seven of which are in basketball – and the most recent coming for Lindenwood University women’s lacrosse in 2021. Among the 23 NCAA Division II conferences analyzed in the December 2021 report published by the national office, the GLVC ranked tied for second in the Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) at 69 percent and tied for third in Academic Success Rate (ASR) at 84 percent for all student-athletes. The GLVC is also home to the GLVC Sports Network – the first NCAA Division II conference-wide digital streaming network that launched in 2014. GLVCSN can be found on, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Roku devices, as well as iOS and Android mobile apps. For more information about the GLVC, visit

About Blueframe Technology

BlueFrame Technology is the premier end-to-end video streaming provider servicing over 1400 clients across North America. BlueFrame has official partnerships with over 40 collegiate conferences and national organizations spanning all levels of competition. Currently, one out of every three NCAA institutions count on BlueFrame’s superior technology for their video streaming needs, including over 70% of NCAA Division II members and 25% of Division III members. For more information visit: