Winter Olympics 2018
The PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018 began February 9th, 2018. NBC has procured the telecast rights for the mega sporting event. The channel is set to stream 1800 hours of Winter Olympics which extends up to 25th February 2018 including LIVE broadcasts.
NBC Sports is a part of NBC Universal Television Group. They broadcast Sporting events and it is a dedicated Sports channel. Formerly, this is was a part of NBC NEWS but later on, it became a dedicated National Sports Channel. Now you can witness the Opening ceremony of the XXIII Winter Olympics on NBC Sports. The main coverage is bagged by NBC Sports channel, CNBC and the Olympic Channel. You can watch all the Winter Olympics events on your Roku NBC Sports network. The service extends furthermore with NBC Sports Application which is available for both the Android and iOS devices. Other devices like Apple TV, Xbox and smart TVs also support the streaming. You should either directly opt for NBC Sports channel or you should subscribe to another TV provider which has the NBC Sports channel as part of their channel lists.
Following are some recommendations to watch the Winter Olympics using your Roku device:
DirecTV NOW can be one of the options to stream the event. DirecTV NOW provides access to the NBC coverage, NBC Sports Network. You can also go ahead in activating the full content by the NBC Sports Network using your Roku.
Sling TV: The Sling TV covers all the NBC channels like the CNBC, USA Network, NBC Sports Network, NBC original. Similarly, Sling TV also offers full content activation on NBC Sports using your Roku device. There is an extra Sports add-on package that covers additional content on the Winter Olympics event with extended highlights that can be activated by spending an extra $10 per month. On the other side, for an additional $5 per month, you can gain access to the CNBC for the WORLD EXTRA NEWS.
Significantly, both the networks offer a 7 day free trial on the channels you subscribe. You don’t have to commit yourself by paying for the entire year, its monthly subscription, so you can cancel it once the 2018 Winter Olympics games are over or anytime you wish to discontinue the service.
Hulu Live TV
Hulu Live TV is offering 60fps video streaming and this is a great time to make use of it. You can experience the action-packed Winter Olympics in 60 frames per second and it will be a treat to watch all the sporting events in such quality. Hulu will charge $40 per month which includes all the NBC affiliates to stream the Winter Olympics.
PlayStation Vue is another network which telecasts the 2018 Winter Olympics. You need to pay an additional $5 to avail the channels which telecast the 2018 Winter Olympics on the PlayStation Vue’s Core package.
Furthermore, to know how to activate specific channels on Roku and to know more on the Olympics games, please visit https://www.rokucomlink.support or reach out to us using the toll-free number +1-805-221-0150 for quick clarifications on Roku.