Beijing Winter Olympics Live stream details: When, Where and How to watch Olympic Games, TV details and more


Beijing Winter Olympics Live stream details: When, Where and How to watch Olympic Games, TV details and more

2022 Winter Olympics is scheduled to start on February 4 in Beijing.

The much-awaited 2022 Winter Olympics are set to take place from February 4 to February 20 in Beijing, China. The event will witness the Chinese capital become the first city to host both the summer and winter Games. Despite the global pandemic ravaging the world, the IOC has decided to go ahead with the Games given the success of the Tokyo Olympics last year.

While the Winter Games are something the world looks forward to eagerly every edition, a few geopolitical issues have put the event in the limelight well before it gets underway. All eyes will be on China as the controversies around the event, especially the boycott by the US and its allies along with the rapidly spreading Omicron variant has put the 24th Winter Games in the global spotlight.

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As the global pandemic continues to wreak havoc, organizers announced that international spectators would be barred from attending the event. And only a handful of “selected” spectators will be allowed in-person, at any events in Beijing. The only way to cheer for your favourite athletes is from the comfort of your homes.

How to watch Beijing Winter Olympics Live stream?

Beijing Winter Olympics Mascots, Beijing Winter Olympics Live stream
Beijing Winter Olympics Mascots

The coverage of the 24th Winter Games will start at 6:00 pm ET. Here is the full list of broadcasters for the Beijing Winter Olympics Live stream.

TerritoryRights holder
AfghanistanATN
ArmeniaAPMTV
AndorraRTVA
AustraliaSeven Network
AustriaORF
AsiaDentsu
BelarusBelteleradio
BelgiumRTBF, VRT
BoliviaBolivisión
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBHRT
BrazilGrupo Globo
BruneiRTB
BulgariaBNT
Burkina FasoRTB
CambodiaHang Meas
CanadaCBC/Radio-Canada, Bell Media, Rogers Sports & Media
Cape VerdeRTC
CaribbeanSportsmax
ChileTVN
ChinaCCTV, Migu
Chinese TaipeiELTA, Chunghwa Telecom
ColombiaCaracol Televisión
Costa RicaRepretel
CroatiaHRT
Czech RepublicČT
DenmarkDR TV, TV 2
Dominican RepublicAntena 7
East TimorRTTL
EcuadorRTS, TVC
El SalvadorCanal 12
EstoniaPostimees Group
EthiopiaETV
EuropeEurosport
FinlandYle
FranceFrance Télévisions
GeorgiaGPB
GermanyARD, ZDF
GhanaGBC
GreeceERT
GuatemalaTelevisión Guatemalteca
HondurasVTV
Hong KongTVB
HungaryMTVA
IcelandRÚV
IsraelSports Channel
ItalyRAI
Ivory CoastRTI
JapanJapan Consortium
KazakhstanKhabar, RTRK
KosovoRTK
KyrgyzstanKTRK
LaosLNTV
Latin AmericaAmérica Móvil
LatviaLTV
LiechtensteinSRG SSR
LithuaniaTV3
MacauTDM
MalawiMBC
MalaysiaAstro, RTM, Unifi TV
MauritiuskMBC
Middle East and North Africa (MENA)beIN Sports
MoldovaVR
MongoliaC1 Television, Edu TV, ETV, MNB TV, UBS TV
MozambiqueSTV
NamibiaNBC
NetherlandsNOS
NorwayTVNorge
New ZealandSky
NicaraguaCanal 10
North KoreaSBS
Pacific IslandsSky
ParaguaySNT
PeruGrupo ATV
PhilippinesCignal TV
PolandTVP
RomaniaTVR
RussiaChannel One, Match TV, Telesport, VGTRK
SamoaSBC
SeychellesSBC
SwitzerlandSRG SSR
SwedenKanal 5
SerbiaRTS
SingaporeMediacorp
SlovakiaRTVS
SloveniaRTV
South AfricaSABC, SuperSport
South KoreaSBS, KBS, MBC
SpainRTVE
Sub-Saharan AfricaInfront Sports & Media, SuperSport
TajikistanTV Varzish
ThailandAIS, Plan B, PPTV, T sports
TurkeyTRT
UkraineSuspilne
United KingdomBBC, Eurosport
United StatesNBCUniversal
UruguayTNU
UzbekistanMTRK
VenezuelaTVes

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