it will Become a strange summer Olympics. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are still called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics because they were postponed for one year due to the pandemic.And even though Crazy effort Organizers ensured that the Olympic Games were really held as scheduled, and the officials finally Fans are not allowed to participate. After that Disputed disqualification, Strange Cardboard bed In the Olympic Village, in fact, some athletes have had to drop out After Covid tests positive.
If things are not complicated enough, figuring out how to watch the Olympics is a task in itself. The first thing to note is that these events will be held in Tokyo, 13 hours earlier than US Eastern Time, 14 hours earlier than Central Time, 15 hours earlier than Mountain Time, and 16 hours earlier than Pacific Time.Many activities will happen early in the morning in the United States, which means you might see some spoiler. If you are worried about this, be prepared to mute notifications and avoid social media. (Or go to the scorched earth, just Kill your notice Total. )
The Olympics will start on Friday, July 23(Technically speaking, there will be some activities before the opening ceremony, but we will complete them in one minute.) The competition will be held every day for more than two weeks. Closing Ceremony on August 8.
If you have a cable or wireless antenna, you can watch everything in real time on NBC (once again The only American distributor of the game).You can also stream on NBC Olympic website Or NBC Sporty application, Although those need a paid account to see all of this. Cable TV coverage will cover multiple NBC channels, including NBC Sports, NBC’s Olympic Channel, CNBC and Golf Channel. Spanish coverage is Telemundo and Universo.
If you prefer streaming, one option is NBC Peacock streaming serviceIt requires an account, but if you are only interested in important highlights, you can choose for free. The paid tier starts at $5 per month (with ads) or $10 (with fewer ads).You can also watch the game on Hulu’s paid channel Hulu + Live TV plan. (Another paid service, $65 per month.)
NBC channels can also be used for the following services Fubo (You can add it on Roku). It costs $65 per month, but new subscribers can try it free for 7 days. This is not ideal, but if you remember to cancel on time, it will be a free one-week game. (Then you can re-register using a different email address.)
If you have one Roku device, There is a built-in Olympics dashboard on the home screen labeled “Tokyo Olympics 2020”. Go back there to see the highlights, or add channels such as NBC Sports, Peacock, AT&T TV, and Fubo. (However, these channels will require an existing account.) More here On how to browse Roku’s Olympic products.
Please continue to read the specific time of some important events. NBC hasn’t said when it will rebroadcast most of the matches, so these are all live times. In addition, as the actual game progresses, times may change.You can find the complete schedule of events on the website Olympic Games Official Website. For all events in Eastern Time, use NBC’s official timeline.
Note: Unless otherwise stated, all times below are listed in Eastern Time.
NBC will broadcast the four-hour Opening ceremony Live on July 23. If you are in the United States, you must wake up early to catch up with it. It starts at 8 PM Tokyo time, which is 7 AM Eastern Time and 4 AM Pacific Time. NBC stated that its broadcast will begin at 6:55 am Eastern Time. If you miss it, NBC will replay the event at 7:30 and 12:35 that night.
Men’s gymnastics competition begins Friday, July 23, 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The qualifying round will last until the next day. The men’s team final will be at 6 o’clock in the morning on July 26. The all-around final will be at 6:15 am on July 28th.
Women’s qualifiers begin July 24 at 9:00 p.m. And lasted until the 25th. The women’s team final will be held at 6:45 am on July 27th. The all-around final is at 6:50 am on July 29th.