Where to watch Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Live on US TV

The biggest sporting event in the planet goes by the name of Olympic, also known as the “Greatest Show on the Earth”. The latest edition of the event back in 2016 had a global audience of 3.2 billion! The upcoming edition was scheduled to take place in 2020 but unfortunately the Coronavirus pandemic forced the authority to move the event to 2021. Capital city of Japan, Tokyo will host the competition. In this article we will discuss about where to and how to watch and stream Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games live in United States.

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Which Channels to Broadcast Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Live on US TV?

Olympic Games Live on TVNBCUniversal owns the broadcasting right of Tokyo Olympic Games within United States. In fact, the popular network holds the right of all the summer and winter Olympic Games through to 2032. The company first acquired the broadcasting right of summer Olympic Games in 1988. Then they also gained the televising right of winter Olympics in 2002. In 2011, NBC and International Olympic Committee came to an agreement which saw the group paying 4.38 billion US Dollar to broadcast Olympics up to 2020. It was the most expensive TV rights deal in the Olympic history. However, 3 years later, NBC and IOC once again agreed a contract extension worth 7.75 billion USD which handed NBC the rights through to 2032. The Olympic Games are broadcast through various TV channels of the network. The list includes more than 10 channels.

NBC Sports:

The main channel of the network generally airs during evenings. However, on weekend day, viewers can enjoy the actions starting from afternoon. The channel is available through fuboTV’s standard package, AT&T TV Now’s Plus package, Hulu+ Live TV, YouTube TV as well as Sling TV’s Blue package.

NBCSN:

American viewers can enjoy the most of the actions through this channel. NBCSN televises on almost everyday and during various hours of a day. The channel is also available through all the 5 major streaming media fuboTV (Standard package), AT&T TV Now (Plus), Sling (Blue), Hulu+ Live TV and YouTube TV.

USA Networks:

Generally the overnights programs are available through USA Network. The channel also can be streamed through all the 5 previously mentioned streaming media.

MSNBC:

Airs the coverage during mornings. Available through starting packages of all 5 streaming media.

CNBC:

Actions which take place after the close of the stock market day are available through CNBC. Although you can access to these channels through the starting packages of fuboTV, AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV and Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV Blue users will have to watch this channel by adding on News Extra package.

Olympic Channel:

Formerly known as the Bravo HD+ and then Universal HD. The channel is home to the Team USA and provides many of the actions of the US side. Viewers can watch it through fuboTV (Standard), Hulu+ Live TV, YouTube TV. AT&T TV Now’s Max package includes the channel while the Sling TV Blue users will have to make sure it by adding on Sports Extra package.

Telemundo:

Provides the Spanish language coverage of the Olympic Games. Available mainly through fuboTV and YouTube TV. However, Hulu+ Live TV users can also watch it only in specific areas.

Universo:

Another option to enjoy the Spanish language coverage. Available through fuboTV’s standard package and YouTube TV. Also available via both Hulu+ and Sling Blue’s adding on options. Hulu+ Live TV users can watch via Espanol Add-On package while Sling Blue users can get access into it by adding on Best of Spanish TV.

Golf Channel:

The channel was added into the list with the returning of Golf into the Olympic and generally provides the golf coverage. The channel is available through starting packages of fuboTV, Hulu+ Live TV and YouTube TV. Sling Blue users will have to add on Sports Extra while AT&T TV Now’s Max package will let the users get accessed into the channel.

Bravo:

Bravo is available through starting packages of all the major 5 streaming options.

Oxygen:

Available through starting packages of fuboTV, AT&T TV Now, Hulu+ Live TV as well as YouTube TV. Sling Blue users can watch the channel by adding on Lifestyle Extra package.

BBCi Player will officially broadcast in UK and Australian audiences can watch at 7Plus.

How Can I Catch Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Via Live Streaming In United States?

There are plenty of options which you can use to enjoy the Olympic actions live within US, even if you don’t have cable or satellite television connection.

Online Streaming Media Available TV Channels Cost
fuboTV (Standard) NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, USA Network, CNBC, Olympic Channel, Telemundo, Universo, Bravo, Golf Channel, Oxygen. fuboTV Standard package costs 64.99 US Dollar per Month
AT&T TV Now (Plus; Max package for some channels) NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, USA Network, CNBC, Olympic Channel (Max), Bravo, Golf Channel (Max), Oxygen. Plus package costs 54.99 USD per Month, Max package costs 79.99 USD per Month
Hulu+ Live TV (Add On Applicable) NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, USA Network, CNBC, Olympic Channel, Telemundo (Specific Regions), Universo (Espanol Add On), Bravo, Golf Channel, Oxygen. Monthly Subscription Fee 64.99 US Dollar, Espanol Add On Costs $5 more
YouTube TV NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, USA Network, CNBC, Olympic Channel, Telemundo, Universo, Bravo, Golf Channel, Oxygen. Monthly Subscription Fee 64.99 US Dollar
Sling TV (Blue) (Add On Applicable) NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, USA Network, CNBC (News Extra), Olympic Channel (Sports Extra), Universo (Best of Spanish TV), Oxygen (Lifestyle Extra). Sling Blue standalone package costs 30 USD per Month, News Extra costs 5 USD more, Sports Extra charges $10 more, Best of Spanish TV costs $5 more and Lifestyle Extra costs 5 USD more
  • Viewers who have TV subscription to NBC network channels, can also enjoy the Olympic Games Live online through the networks websites and apps, by getting logged in with necessary details.
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