The PBA Board granted approval on Monday after evaluating the technical facilities and capability of Studio 23.
"The members of the Board have consulted with their respective principals regarding the said transfer," said board chairman Rene Pardo in PBA’s official statement.
"Given the time constraints and lack of available and acceptable VHF channels at this time, the Board allowed the transfer of the coverage to Studio 23 for the rest of the season," he added.
Solar Entertainment proposed to transfer the coverage after government channel RPN-9, which aired the games for several years, decided to reformat its programming.
PBA Commissioner Chito Salud said they made the decision so that fans will continue to enjoy the games.
"The Board's decision ensures that our fans will continue to enjoy our PBA games for the 36th season," said Salud.
"It has always been the primary consideration of the Board of Governors that our games are brought to a wider and younger audience," he added