Still can?t find out where to get your Rio Olympics 2016 live stream? Don?t worry, we are here to help you out. NBCOlympics.com plus the NBC Sports app promise to stream 4,500 total hours. This is said to include all Olympic competition for the third consecutive Olympics. These are available for Android devices, iPhones and iPads, Windows Phone, Fire TV sticks, the new Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku streaming boxes and Chromecast via the NBC Sports Android or iOS app. These, though, would need you to sign up with your pay TV account to access.
But what if you are one of those people who just doesn?t like having cable anymore, PlayStation Vue has your Rio Olympics 2016 live stream covered. The base package called Access includes NBC, Telemundo, USA and Bravo among others. These stations alone give you lots of Rio Olympics 2016 material. The base package costs $40 and for another $10 more, you can get to the Core package including the Golf Channel. PlayStation Vue is available on PlayStations 3 and 4. It is also accessible on Roku, Chromecast, iOS, Fire TV and Android.
If you are not really into getting all the games and just would like to follow the major events such as the opening and closing ceremonies, you wouldn?t need the internet nor pay TV. Thanks to the folks over at How-To Geek, they reminded us that of a thing called an antenna. Back in the day, television was consumed over the airwaves and not through cables. Free TV signals still exists. All you need is just a television and a reliable TV antenna. You would also need some patience to adjust it to get the best reception possible.
But if you are a really, really big Rio Olympics 2016 fan and you can also ?fake? your location to get access to international coverage. Check ?option two? of the full hack here. Thanks to How-To Geek.