A recent commenter suggested it was nearly pointless to call Challengers "pro" if they weren't on the webcast. While more than a little hyperbolic he did swerve into a point of sorts. If the PSP wants to enhance the stature of the Challengers--especially early on in this process in order to validate the concept--then featuring some Challengers matches makes sense. The problem is PBA can't rig a second field for webcasting and there are a finite number of matches that can be played on one field. Fortunately that still leaves a small window of opportunity for PBA and the PSP to consider something like a 'Match of the Day' for the Challengers bracket.
Given a ten team division each bracket of five plays ten matches to complete their prelims. That's ten matches per day. Now while that may seem like a full day's schedule it's not. Last year the Pro Division had 12 teams and managed to get in all the matches necessary for a 12 team division in two days. Which was 12 matches per day. So we know 12 can be managed and we know the league will only be running 10 on the webcast field. So what if the PBA picked a prelim match from the first Challengers bracket on Friday and moved that match to the webcast field--and did the same from the other bracket for Saturday? That way at least a Challengers match would get on the webcast each day of the prelims and allow the talking heads to recap how the Challengers were doing etc. so they weren't totally out of sight, out of mind until Sunday.
Logistically the league could use Challenger refs and schedule the 'Match of the Day' during the midday break on the webcast field and all it would take is some coordination between the two fields schedules.
Sounds like a win, win to me.