The Ozamis team is owned by Ramoncito Talisayon while the Tawi-Tawi team is owned by Wesley Allen Sun.
This early, Talisayon and Sun are excited to find out how their teams will fare against other powerhouse squads from Mindanao.
Talisayon and Sun assured Rocky Chan, COO of VisMin Super Cup, they will be fielding competitive teams for the tournament slated to start after the Visayas leg set in Alcantara, Cebu ends.
According to Talisayon, Ozamis intends to bring honor and distinction to the city in Misamis Occidental through sports.
Sun said Tawi-Tawi, an island province in Southern Mindanao, aims to showcase the authenticity and beauty of the place.
The Ozamis and Tawi-Tawi teams will be pitted against the Pagadian Explorers, Roxas Vanguards, Cagayan de Oro Rafters, Sindanang Saints, Zamboanga City Los Valientes, and the Basilan Peace Riders.
The VisMin Super Cup, the Philippines’ first regional pro basketball league, aims to generate livelihood to players, coaches, and other personnel affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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