Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
Finally, the day arrives that we were eagerly waiting for, PyeongChang 2018 Olympics. The event is scheduled from 9Feb 2018 to 25Feb 2018 and on the day one that is 9Feb a huge opening ceremony has been organized. Moreover, in this event 92 nations are participating which includes around 2952 athletes.
The best part about all these is Apple is going to give you all the updates regarding winter Olympics in the “Apple News” in the US. Which consists videos, articles and other important clips of this event. So now the question arises how you can get live streaming of all games on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and on Mac. We will guide you the easiest way through which you can stream and enjoy online.
For those who live in the US, you can get live coverage on 6AM ET, and 3AM PT and even NBC is rebroadcasting the opening ceremony on 9th Feb evening. It is not that easy to stream online events on Olympics, or if you go for cable, then they cannot guarantee you full coverage of all the events.
If you prefer NBC’s iOS or tvOS application, then it will give you 30 minutes of live streaming on your first viewing session and thereafter you will be given 5minutes of live videos. So if you want to unlock 1800 hours and want to watch the full coverage, then you should log in to NBC Sports app from cable provider.
Luckily in this modern age, we have more options to enjoy live streaming by using free trials or by subscriptions. But if you really want to see the Olympics the free trials is not a good option because it will not show you entire streaming. Different platforms for watching Winter Olympics are:
Best Source for Watch Live Streaming on your iOS device, Mac, Apple TV
It is the most affordable option for watching Winter Olympics. At only $25 you can watch on NBC Sports Network, USA, and NBC. To add more channels, you can go for CNBC at $5 and another channel at $10, and it will completely cover all the channels of Winter Olympic. Around $40 will be the final cost for one month.
Sling TV has the best App for Watch Winter Olympics 2018 on iPhone, iPad.
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu is offering all the channels except the USA. If you go for Hulu with Live TV, then it will cost you $40 which is same as Sling TV, but the best part of Sling TV is it covers all the channels of the event.
Want to save $5, then YouTube Live is available for you at only $35, but it also has one limitation that is it will not show USA Network.
Compare to all the above Live streaming apps DirecTV is Pricey, but it offers all the five channels. The “Go Big” plan is available for you at $60 for one month.
All the applications that I’ve mentioned above work great with Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Now it’s up to you how fast is your internet connection and which Live Streaming you choose.
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