The Tokyo Olympics start on Friday, July 23. They will be broadcasted by the USA network, NBC, Peacock, and CNBC. Many users asked whether it will be possible to watch the games on iPhone or Mac. You can easily watch the ceremony and the games on any device, including the web, Mac, iPhone, and even Apple TV.
There had been many obstacles before the Olympic Games, which were to be held in 2020. Yet, after a year of lockdown, the Tokyo Olympic Games started on July 20. The opening ceremony takes place on July 23. After the ceremony, you will be able to enjoy the first competitions in softball. Although there will be no spectators at the stadium, due to COVID restrictions, everyone will be able to watch the games from their couches.
The Big Event You Can’t Miss
If you are a true fan of sports or just like to witness such significant historical events like the Olympics, you need to know when to turn on your TV. There are the following options:
- The first event started on July, 20;
- The original opening ceremony begins at 4 a.m. PT or 7 a.m. ET on July 23;
- Peacock and NBC will make the rebroadcast of the ceremony at 4:30 p.m. PT or 7:30 p.m. ET.
How to Watch 2021 Olympic Games
There are several options for people who want to watch the games. You may either enjoy them on free sources or use the paid subscriptions for channels. Consider them all:
- Streaming cable providers Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, and Sling offer their services for everyone. You can watch the games on NBC on any device of your choice;
- As for iPhone, Mac, Apple TV, and web users, you can enjoy Peacock’s rebroadcast at 4:30 p.m. PT or 7:30 p.m. ET. However, you need to have the Premium plan to do it, which costs $4.99 per month;
- Apple TV and iOS users can watch the Olympics on the official website from NBC and NBC Sports.
The Games will be opened on July 23, with some events already happening on July 20. They will last until August 8. You can watch them online using any device of your choice. Don’t miss this legendary event, since this is the first time skateboarding joins official games.