A-Best – Southeast Asian Games TV Openers (2003-2019) | Compilation

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The Southeast Asian Games, or the SEA Games, involve participants from 11 Southeast Asian countries. Held every two years, the games is under regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Council of Asia.

The Southeast Asian Games owes its origins to the South East Asian Peninsular Games or SEAP Games. On 22 May 1958, delegates from the countries in Southeast Asian Peninsula attending the 3rd Asian Games in Tokyo, Japan had a meeting and agreed to establish a sport organisation. The SEAP Games was conceptualized by Luang Sukhum Nayaoradit, then Vice-President of the Thailand Olympic Committee. The proposed rationale was that a regional sports event will help promote co-operation, understanding and relations among countries in the Southeast Asian region. The first SEAP Games were held in Bangkok, Thailand from 12-17 December 1959 comprising more than 527 athletes and officials from Thailand, Burma, Malaya (now Malaysia), Singapore, South Vietnam and Laos participating in 12 sports.

At the 1975 SEAP Games in Bangkok, the SEAP Federation considered the inclusion of Brunei, Indonesia and the Philippines. These countries were formally admitted in 1977, the same year when SEAP Federation changed their name to Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF), and the games were known as the Southeast Asian Games. East Timor was admitted at the 2003 SEA Games in Vietnam.

The games is unique in that it has no official limits to the number of sports to be contested, and the range can be decided by the organizing host pending approval by the Southeast Asian Games Federation. Albeit for core sports that must be featured, the host is also free to drop or introduce other events.

1. 22nd – Hanoi, Vietnam (2003)
2. 23rd – Manila, Philippines (2005)
3. 24th – Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand (2007)
4. 25th – Vientiane, Laos (2009)
5. 26th – Jakarta & Palembang, Indonesia (2011)
6. 27th – Naypyidaw, Myanmar (2013)
7. 28th – Singapore (2015)
8. 29th – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2017)
9. 30th – Philippines (2019)

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43 COMMENTS

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  2. 0:00 Hanoi 2003

    0:30 Manila 2005

    1:21 Nakhon Ratchasima 2007

    1:51 Vientianne 2009

    2:20 Jakarta & Palembang 2011

    2:30 Naypyidaw 2013

    2:41 Singapore 2015

    3:09 Kuala Lumpur 2017

    3:39 Philippines 2019

  3. Timestamps

    0:00 Hanoi 2003
    0:30 Manila 2005
    1:21 Nakhon Ratchasima 2007
    1:51 Vientianne 2009
    2:20 Jakarta & Palembang 2011
    2:30 Naypyidaw 2013
    2:41 Singapore 2015
    3:09 Kuala Lumpur 2017
    3:39 Philippines 2019

  4. In back, we see 3D after again as seen on bike and these SEA Games are these parts rectangle, and 8 notes some "SEA GAMES 2017". Warning: Do not after second of video that's would again 66 years ago!

  5. A short again, we 3D running after side from running multiplayer at 3 character name player, and zoom some ago and 2D ago.
    3:03!

  6. In 2013, we see circle later after animation of wheeling and sea games are this logo, and there night some yellow paint and what the some part of this Blue SEA Games Logo and right 27th SEA GAMES "MYANMAR 2013" NAY PYI TAW are 3D turn into a 2D too not again! Warning: Don't watch after 5 year ago some SEA Games 27th, do not try this at home!

  7. See you in Vietnam!! Sea games 31st at Hanoi!🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  8. I HATE ALL THE PEOPLE THAT SAID "THE PHILIPPINE OPENING SEAG CEREMONY IS UGLY😂😂😂😂" IF THEY HATE MY COUNTRY THEN I HATE THEM

  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70xWnFQRW-Y&feature=youtu.be
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiAdegSu7zY

    THERE ARE A LOT OF INTROS OUT THERE FOR THE 2019 SEA GAMES

  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiAdegSu7zY THIS INTRO LOOKS LIKE THE OLYMPICS NEVER BEFORE IN THE SEA GAMES. CONGRATS PHILIPPINES.

  11. 2019 intro is just fine. Try listening to the 2019 SEA GAMES THEME SONG "WE WIN AS ONE" instead, its even better than the asian games songs

  12. 2019 is like a virtual world theme which is a straight to the point vibes… no any extra drama… i like it, anyways!.. 😉

  13. To be honest, the 2005 edition is my favorite. Not just because it's my home country, but the awesome musical score alone shows how big of a deal it is. I wish they reimagined and reintroduced that in the 2019 edition as homage to the Philippines' three-time hosting of the Games.

  14. Wtf? Ganda ganda ng opening ceremony ng pinas pero the intro is just 🙄. Whoever made it probably said "Nah it's just an intro. Why make an effort?"

  15. I don't even think the 2019 SEA Games has an opener. If so, we would be seeing it at the beginning of the live streams. This in particular rather looks like it was for a sports channel with its own coverage.

    Edit: I just saw it in the Vietnam v. Indonesia football match, and I don't see it as official. It doesn't work with the Games' design language.

  16. 2019 Philippines SEAG intro is look like low budget.Im really sorry to say that.2005 Philippines SEAG intro is better than this year.

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