How to watch Rio Olympics 2016 On Xbox One

How to watch Olympics XBox One
2016 Olympics has started in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with athletes from more than 200 countries competing in more than 300 events from August 5-21. You can now enjoy the Olympic Games live and on-demand, with the NBC Sports app, which you can download for free on Xbox One. Also, you can stream thousands of live sporting events airing on NBC, NBCSN and Golf Channel as well as replays and highlights for free, and navigate the app easily by asking Cortana to “Open Premier League,” “Open NFL” or “Open Live & Upcoming.” If you are a Sling subscriber, you can enjoy via Sling TV too.

Sling TV will carry NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Rio Olympic Games on its Sling Blue service:

• Customers who subscribe to Sling Blue’s core service will be able to watch NBCU’s live coverage of the Rio Games on Bravo, NBC (where available), NBC Sports Network and USA.
• All Sling Blue customers can access a free preview of MSNBC and CNBC. Combined, MSNBC and CNBC will air more than 120 hours of coverage, ranging from men’s basketball, soccer, beach volleyball, water polo, rugby, wrestling, archery and cycling.
• Sling Blue customers who subscribe to the “Sports Extra” add-on pack can access 130 hours of live golf competition coverage via Golf Channel.
• Sling Blue’s “Best of Spanish TV” customers can watch extensive Spanish coverage on NBC Universo.

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