The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games officially start tomorrow (23), after the opening ceremony. Initially, the event was scheduled for July and August of last year, but was postponed due to the pandemic. If you don’t want to miss any of the competitions, check out how and where to watch.
The rights to the official broadcast of the Olympics were purchased by the Globo group. Therefore, the channel will be responsible for the transmission of more than 200 hours involving the games on the open channel. The broadcaster must prioritize the live broadcast of competitions involving Brazilian players.
On closed TV, it is possible to follow the games through the four SporTV channels, which will broadcast live all competitions and BandSports. Both Globo and Band channels can be found, depending on the package, for Sky, Vivo TV, Claro TV, Net TV, Oi TV and BluTV subscribers.
For those who prefer to watch it via streaming, Globoplay will make all the programming of the games in Brazil available for free. In addition, the services Vivo Play, Claro Now, Directv Go and UOL Play — the latter exclusive to the Band — will also give access to the broadcasters’ content.
How to track results
If you don’t have time to follow live matches, there are also options to just follow the score and results in real time.
Olympics app can be used to track schedules, read news and more.
The official Tokyo Olympics app is updated minute by minute with the competition scores. In addition, it is possible to follow the match schedule, the overall standings and receive notifications about upcoming competitions. The app is available for Android e iOS.
When searching for “Olympic agenda” in the search bar of the Google, the user can check the games of the day, real-time results, the schedule for the next few days, in addition to a tab only with news about the event.