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Jan. 24, 2022, 12:48 p.m. EST

All the best ways to watch the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

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By Jeanette Settembre

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  • FuboTV includes live Winter Olympics coverage and content from NBC, USA Network, and other NBC-affiliated partners in addition to 100+ news, sports and entertainment channels.

  • For $64.99/month, viewers can watch from any device and share with family members on three different screens at the same time.

  • For $69.99 per month, 10 different screens — at the same location — can stream content at once.

  • Both packages come with Cloud DVR.

YouTube TV

  • With a two-week trial, you may be able to catch all the competition for free. The YouTube TV channel bundle includes the full slate of NBC networks covering the games for anyone looking to watch the Olympics without traditional cable.

  • YouTube is the first live TV streaming service to announce they will stream the Beijing Games in 4K.

  • The full package comes with more than 85 channels of live entertainment, sports and news and has unlimited recording capacity.

  • Following the 14-day trial, packages start at $54.99 for the first three months allowing access to six devices and screens.


  • SlingTV has its own channel devoted to the big games. The Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, gives viewers year-round coverage of Olympic sports.

  • Programming includes live events of the winter and summer Olympics, original series, documentaries and archival footage.

  • For access to live coverage, viewers must subscribe to the Sling Blue package ($35 per month) which comes with more than 40 channels like NBC, NBC Sports Network, ESPN, USA, TBS, Food Network and more, then add on the Sports Extra package ($11 per month), which features the Olympic Channel plus access to other sports channels like the MLB Network and NBA TV and NHL Network.

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