How to Watch PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018 Live Streaming Online

Category: Sports

Every four years, top athletes from around the world gather in one place to compete out in the cold in order to win the Olympic Winter Games. Nearly a century ago, during the first Olympics held in 1924 in Chamonix, France, no one could ever imagine how huge the event will be and how many people around the globe will be able to watch it live.

Obviously, all major streaming channels from around the world will broadcast the event live online. This article will tell you how to watch the Winter Olympics 2018 in all areas in the world. You will be able to stream the event live on your PC and Mac computer, iOS and Android device, PS4, Xbox, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireStick, or Chromecast.

PyeongChang 2018 streaming services

Here you can find a list of official Winter Olympics broadcasting channels. We support most of those services and there may be more of them in time but those are, for sure, official broadcasters of the games:

  • BBC iPlayer (UK)
  • Rai TV (Italy)
  • Channel 7 (Australia)
  • CBC (Canada)
  • ARD (Germany)
  • ZDF (Germany)
  • DR TV (Denmark)
  • France TV (France)
  • RTVE (Spain)
  • Star Sports (India)
  • TV 2 (Norway)
  • NBC Sports (USA)
  • BeIN Sports (Middle East)
  • Sky Sports (New Zealand)

What is the easiest way to watch Winter Olympics stream live online?

Most of the users are familiar with the English language so, for example, the BBC iPlayer seems to be a very good choice considering the highest standards of the BBC journalism (not only in covering sports events). Additionally, iPlayer apps are available for numerous devices so you will be able to watch the coverage on PS3, PS4 and Xbox game consoles, Apple TV, Roku, Android and iOS devices, as well as various models of Smart TVs.

How to bypass geographical restrictions?

As you are probably well aware, many services, including BBC iPlayer, are geo-restricted. However, thanks to our VPN, you will be able to connect directly to a UK server (or any other server which we support if you decide to use another streaming service to watch Winter Olympics live online) and enjoy live broadcast of the games without worrying about geo-fencing problems. The course of action is quite simple:

  • Subscribe (if you haven’t done so yet) to Smart DNS Proxy or log into your account if you already have one
  • Activate a VPN service
  • Connect to a UK server (if you decide to use a UK-based service), or to any other server supported by us located in the country of your choice in order to obtain an IP address located in this country. Our VPN servers are scattered across the globe so you will have plenty of them to choose from.
  • Bear in mind that, except for bypassing geographical restrictions, VPN solution adds an additional layer of online security by encrypting all your Internet traffic.
  • Install a VPN application on the device of your choice (PC, Mac, iOS or Android device)
  • Enjoy uninterrupted and secured broadcast of your favorite events.

Smart DNS or VPN?

We supply both solutions and both can be used to effectively bypass geographical restrictions imposed by most of the streaming channels. The difference that an average user may spot in the speed. Due to the fact that a VPN tunnel connection is associated with heavy encryption of all your traffic, VPNs may be considerably slower. However, if privacy is also of your prime concerns, there is no safer solution than a VPN.

Another issue which is worth mentioning is the fact that using a VPN solution requires certain installation and configuration actions which are necessary for setting up the service to stream content from blocked sites. Not everyone is familiar with all those details or may simply not want to bother with them. In such a case, smart DNS is a better solution as it does not require any software installation or configuration activities.

Regardless of what your preferences are, Smart DNS Proxy will supply you with the best solution tailored for your needs. Both our smart DNS and VPN servers are located in multiple locations. Also, both services may be used with numerous Internet capable devices such as PCs, laptops, mobile devices, smart TVs, game consoles or digital home entertainment systems.

Winter Olympics 2018 events schedule

  • February 8 
    • Curling — Mixed doubles round robin
    • Ski Jumping — Qualification
  • February 9
    • Official opening ceremony
    • Curling — Mixed doubles round robin
    • Figure Skating — Men’s and pairs
    • Freestyle Skiing — Qualifying, men’s and women’s mogul
  • February 10
    • Biathlon — Women’s 7.5 km sprint
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 7.5km skiathlon
    • Curling — Mixed doubles round robin
    • Women’s Hockey — Preliminary Round: Japan vs. Sweden, Switzerland vs. South Korea
    • Luge —Men’s heat races
    • Short Track — Qualification: women’s 3000m and 500m relay, men’s 1500m
    • Ski Jumping — Normal hill
    • Snowboarding — Men’s slopestyle qualifying
    • Speed Skating — Women’s 3000m
  • February 11
    • Alpine Skiing — Men’s downhill
    • Biathlon — Men’s 10 km sprint
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 15 km skiathlon
    • Curling — Mixed doubles round robin
    • Figure Skating — Short dance, ladies short program, pairs free skate
    • Freestyle Skiing — Women’s moguls
    • Women’s Hockey — United States vs. Finland, Canada vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia
    • Luge — Men’s heat races
    • Snowboarding — Men’s slopestyle final, women’s slopestyle
    • Speed Skating — Men’s 5000m
  • February 12
    • Alpine Skiing — Women’s giant slalom
    • Biathlon — Men’s and women’s pursuit events
    • Curling — Mixed doubles semi-finals
    • Figure Skating — Men’s and ladies free skate, ice dance free dance
    • Freestyle Skiing — Men’s moguls
    • Women’s Hockey — Switzerland vs. Japan, Sweden vs. South Korea
    • Luge — Women’s heat races
    • Ski Jumping — Women’s competition
    • Snowboarding — Women’s slopestyle final, women’s halfpipe qualifying
    • Speed Skating — Women’s 1500m
  • February 13
    • Alpine Skiing — Men’s alpine combined
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s and women’s individual sprint finals
    • Curling — Mixed doubles bronze and gold medal matches
    • Women’s Hockey — Canada vs. Finland, United States vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia
    • Luge — Women’s heat races
    • Short Track — Women’s 500m final, men’s 1000m qualifying, men’s 5000m relay qualifying
    • Snowboarding — Women’s halfpipe final, men’s halfpipe
    • Speed Skating — Men’s 1500m
  • February 14
    • Alpine Skiing — Women’s slalom
    • Biathlon — Women’s 15km individual
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Pairs short program
    • Men’s Hockey — Preliminary round: United States vs. Slovenia
    • Luge — Doubles competition
    • Snowboarding — Men’s halfpipe final
    • Speed Skating — Women’s 1000m
  • February 15 
    • Alpine Skiing —  Men’s super-G
    • Biathlon — Men’s 20km individual
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 10km individual
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Pairs free skate
    • Freestyle skiing — Women’s aerials qualifying
    • Women’s hockey — Preliminary matches include United States vs. Canada
    • Men’s hockey — Preliminary matches
    • Luge — Team relay competition
    • Skeleton — Men’s competition: heat races
    • Snowboarding — Men’s cross
    • Speed Skating — Men’s 10,000m
  • February 16
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 15km individual
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Men’s short programs
    • Freestyle Skiing — Women’s aerials final
    • Men’s Hockey — Preliminary matches include United States vs. Slovakia
    • Ski Jumping — Men’s large hill qualifying
    • Snowboarding — Women’s cross
    • Speed Skating — Women’s 5000m
  • February 17
    • Alpine Skiing — Women’s super-G
    • Biathlon — Women’s 12.5km mass start
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 4x5km relay
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Men’s short program final
    • Freestyle Skiing — Women’s slopestyle qualifying, final; men’s aerials qualifying
    • Men’s Hockey — Preliminary matches include United States vs. Canada
    • Women’s Hockey — Two knockout round matches
    • Short Track — Men’s 1500m, women’s 1000m
    • Skeleton — Women’s heat races
    • Ski Jumping — Men’s large hill
  • February 18
    • Alpine Skiing — Men’s giant slalom
    • Biathlon — Men’s 15km mass start
    • Bobsled — Two-man sled heat races
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 4x10km relay
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Freestyle Skiing — Men’s slopestyle qualifying, final; men’s aerials final
    • Men’s Hockey — Preliminary matches include Sweden vs. Finland
    • Women’s Hockey — Classification matches
    • Speed Skating — Women’s 500m, men’s team pursuit qualifying
  • February 19
    • Bobsled — Two-man heat races
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Ice dancers
    • Freestyle Skiing — Women’s halfpipe qualifying
    • Women’s Hockey — Semi-finals
    • Ski Jumping — Team competition
    • Snowboarding — Women’s big air qualifying
    • Speed Skating — Women’s team pursuit qualifying
  • February 20
    • Biathlon — Mixed relay
    • Bobsled — Women’s heat races
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Ice dance, free dance
    • Freestyle Skiing — Women’s halfpipe final, men’s halfpipe qualifying
    • Men’s Hockey — Knockout rounds
    • Women’s Hockey — Classification matches
    • Nordic Combined — Large hill competition
    • Short Track — Women’s 1000m qualifying, men’s 500m qualifying, women’s 3000m relay final
  • February 21
    • Alpine Skiing — Women’s downhill
    • Bobsled — Women’s heat races
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s and women’s sprint semi-finals
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s round robin
    • Figure Skating — Ladies short program
    • Freestyle Skiing — Men’s cross
    • Men’s Hockey — Quarterfinals
    • Snowboarding — Men’s big air qualifying
    • Speed Skating — Men’s and women’s team pursuit finals
  • February 22
    • Alpine Skiing — Men’s slalom
    • Biathlon — Women’s 4x6km relay
    • Curling — Men’s semi-finals
    • Freestyle Skiing — Men’s halfpipe final
    • Women’s Hockey — Bronze and gold medal matches
    • Nordic Combined — Team competition
    • Short Track — Men’s 500m finals, women’s 1000m finals, men’s 5000m relay
    • Snowboarding — Men’s and women’s parallel giant slalom qualifying
  • February 23
    • Alpine Skiing — Women’s alpine combined
    • Biathlon — Men’s 4×7.7km relay
    • Curling — Men’s and women’s semi-finals
    • Figure Skating — Ladies free skate
    • Freestyle Skiing — Women’s cross
    • Men’s Hockey — Semi-final matches
    • Snowboarding — Women’s big air final
    • Speed Skating — Men’s 1000m final
  • February 24
    • Alpine Skiing — Team event
    • Bobsled — Four-man competition heat races
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Men’s 50km mass start
    • Curling — Men’s gold and silver match, women’s bronze match
    • Men’s Hockey — Bronze medal match
    • Snowboarding — Men’s big air final, men’s and women’s giant parallel slalom finals
    • Speed Skating — Men’s and women’s mass start
  • February 25
    • Bobsled — Four-man heat races
    • Cross-Country Skiing — Women’s 30km mass start
    • Curling — Women’s gold medal match
    • Figure Skating — Exhibition gala
    • Men’s Hockey — Gold medal match
    • Closing ceremony

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