Many Olympics fans are not aware that the IOC has their own YouTube channel. Depending on where you live in the world, you may be able to watch the Olympics live (for free) on YouTube in you live in one of the lucky 64 countries designated to receive the live broadcast. If you do not, we have published our detailed guide for how to watch the Rio Olympics on TV and online based on your location in the world. For residents of the United States, NBC and their affiliates will be your primary option for the Summer Games; however, the IOC Channel has a deep library of footage to include primers on the various sporting events that will be held during the Games that you may not be familiar with prior to the Games.
What is the Rio Olympics IOC You Tube Channel?
It’s pretty easy, just navigate to here: https://www.youtube.com/user/olympic
Subscribe if you want to get notifications on the new content posted on the channel as we move through the Games. For the allowed countries, there will be up to 10 different streams that will be shown for the grunch of the competition day and evening. The IOC provides the service to help ensure that as many fans as possible across the world can watch the Olympics with as few barriers to watching as possible. If you want to get an idea for what events will be shown when, we have the printable 2016 Rio Games schedule of events posted here for you to enjoy.
Designated 64 Countries to Watch the 2016 Summer Olympics Live on You Tube
18.Papua New Guinea,
8.Central African Republic,
11.Democratic Republic of Congo,
12.Republic of Congo,
33.São Tomé and Príncipe,