Can’t watch the Winter Olympics on TV?
Your long wait is over. After weeks of hype and years of training, the 2018 Winter Olympics are finally here. The world’s finest skiers, bobsledders, snowboarders, curlers and biatheletes are all gathered in frigid Pyeongchang, South Korea, for the games that kick off Friday morning with the pageantry of the always colorful opening ceremonies.
Today, the XXIII Olympic Winter games, the biggest event in the 2018 global sports calendar, gets underway in PyeongChang, South Korea with the Curling Mixed Doubles.
With 2,500 athletes from 90 nations competing for supremacy over ice and snow, the Winter Olympics 2018 is set to be one of the most-watched sports broadcasts of the year, with over one billion viewers worldwide set to tune in.
Whether you want to stream the Winter Olympics 2018 online, watch it live on your television via cable or watch it, mostly without having to put up with any commercial breaks – we’ve got you covered.
The 2018 Winter Olympics gets underway in South Korea on February 9, where 2,500 athletes from 90 nations will compete for supremacy over ice and snow – here’s the entire schedule of the Winter Olympics 2018.
However the official Winter Olympics opening ceremony takes place this Friday 9th at 8pm (UK time) in the grandiose PyeongChang Olympic Stadium.
Oh and just bear in mind that there’s a nine hours time difference between PyeongChang and London and 17 hours with Los Angeles.
Here is TechRadar’s quick and easy guide for how to watch the Winter Olympics 2018 (or PyeongChang 2018 as some call it) online from anywhere in the world!
This is the best way to watch the Winter Olympics 2018 online – from absolutely anywhere in the world – without any commercial breaks: