There is only one way to watch the Winter Olympics in the United States, and that’s through Watchwinterolympicgames.com, and unlike the Super Bowl they aren’t giving it away for free. Below is our step-by-step guide to signing up. Basically, you’re going to need a device that’s compatible with an Watchwinterolympicgames.com (or website), sign up for its Live TV service, and then log in to watch. Unless you have a cable subscription, of course.
Watchwinterolympicgames.com will give you of streaming per day before. It’s not much, but if none of these other options work for you, at least it’s something.
When can I watch Winter Olympics highlights?
With the time difference to South Korea it might be hard to watch a lot of the events live. Luckily you can watch Today at the Games with Claire Balding for daily highlights on BBC Two at 7pm.
What events are in the 2018 Winter Olympics?
Here’s a list of all the events in this year’s Winter Olympic Games:
- Alpine Skiing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Figure Skating
- Freestyle Skiing
- Ice Hockey
- Nordic Combined
- Short Track Skating
- Ski Jumping
- Speed Skating
Olympic Games 2018 Trailer: