The Tokyo 2020 National stadium is officially opened by the Japan’s Prime Minister, PM, Shinzō Abe for construction preparation ahead of the game.
The game that will be played on during the #Tokyo2020 Olympics consists of 33 different games which include the following
- Sport Climbing
- Archery and many more.
The Olympics 2020 will kick-off during the summer period starting from Friday 24th, July and ends on Sunday, 9th August, 2020.
Where can I watch the 2020 Olympics?
Where to watch the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games live? or where it will be show live for audience across the world to watch during and after the Tokyo2020 Olympics games.
On this page, We will guide you on how to watch the Tokyo2020 Olympics lives on the following sports TV channels given below;
- Hulu with Live TV: This service provides the widest access to NBC. If it isn’t available in your area, try a different one.
- YouTube TV: NBC is available in most major markets, and a lot of smaller markets, though this service.
- PlayStation Vue: This streaming service works very well for PlayStation 4 users, but you can also watch it on your computer, phone, or streaming device. It has decent coverage for NBC.
- DirecTV Now: This service also has decent NBC coverage.
- Sling TV: NBC is only available in select major markets through this service, but it’s a very affordable option if your area is covered.
- fuboTV: This sports-focused streaming service has limited NBC coverage, but it’s still worth checking out in case your area is included.
Can you watch Olympics online?
Tokyo 2020 Olympics can be watch streaming online for alll football lovers to watch and such available online app to watch Tokyo 2020
- Android: NBC Sports
- OIS: NBC Sports
- Amazon Devices: NBC Sports
- Xbox One: NBC Sports
- PS4: NBC Sports
- Roku: NBC Sports.
How much does It cost to go to Olympics 2020?
For you to travel down to Tokyo to watch the 2020 Tokyo Olympics live, you have to obtained a ticket worth $4,000 dollars with a little hotel discount. While, you take care of the rest.