If you want to watch all of the Olympic competitions this year, you’re gonna require a lot of screens, and a lot of time off. The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and NBC is livestreaming just about every incident. From February 7-25, the network will broadcast 1,800 hours of live coverage( much of it online only ), which includes 15 major winter plays and 102 honours countries are vying to win.
Figure skating, curling, the skeleton … they’re all online this year, and likely airing in the middle of the night due to the time discrepancies between South Korea and the US.
But if you don’t have cable, it’s difficult to know how to watch everything. But we’re here to assistant. We’ll run you through all the ways to watch( with as numerous free roads as is practicable ), and we’ve included the following schedule of happenings and some lanes you can more readily follow the Olympics without find overwhelmed.
How to Stream the Olympics Online in 3 Steps
There is only one style to watch the Winter Olympics in the United States, and that’s through NBC, and unlike the Super Bowl they aren’t paying it away for free. Below is our step-by-step guide to signing up. Basically, you’re going to need a machine that’s compatible with an NBC app( or website ), sign on for a Live TV service, and then log in to watch live. Unless you have a cable subscription, of course.