The pride of winning an Olympic medal will be at stake again for hundreds of players participating in 2018 Winter Olympic Games next February. Yes, the Olympic excitement returns next February with the XXIII Olympics Winter Games. Apart from those hundreds of players who’ll be sweating it out on the field, the hopes of some millions of fans will be at stake too. The Olympics has always been one of the most prestigious sporting events in the history, and this time also the prestige won’t be any less.
Viewers from any parts of the world can watch 2018 Winter Olympics live streaming online in HD quality from your home through the official website of NBC and Youtube channel. You can find more updates on the streams below. With the countdown already started, it is time for all of us to get geared up for the most prestigious sporting extravaganza of the world. Just to help you out with that, we’ve got this short little guide prepared for you to help you get your calendar ready for the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics. From venue to the broadcasters, we’ve got every little detail covered for you in this little piece of text. Without wasting any more time, let’s get you rolling with all the details now.
Winter Olympics 2018
9th February 2018
25th February 2018
Events and Sports
102 events and 15
- 1 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Live Streaming 2018
- 1.1 How to watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online live
- 1.2 Final Day Gold Medal Events – 25th February 2018 (Sunday)
- 1.3 24th February 2018 (Saturday) Schedule
- 1.4 23rd February 2018
- 1.5 22nd February 2018 (Thursday) Medal Events
- 1.6 21st February 2018 (Wednesday)
- 1.7 Today on Winter Olympics (20th February 2018)
- 1.8 Weekend Medal Events
- 1.9 17th February 2018 (Saturday)
- 1.10 Live Updates
- 1.11 Latest News
- 1.12 Winter Olympics Updates (10th February 2018)
- 1.13 16th February 2018 Gold Medal Events
- 1.14 NBC Streaming Schedule and Timings
- 1.15 Telecast and Broadcasting Rights
- 2 When is the 2018 Winter Olympics?
- 3 What are the Events lined up for 2018 Winter Olympics?
- 4 Opening Ceremony
- 4.1 Watch Winter Olympics opening ceremony Online
- 4.2 Events during Opening Ceremony
- 4.3 Opening Ceremony Schedule
- 4.4 Closing Ceremony
- 4.5 Closing Ceremony Events
- 4.6 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony Live Stream
- 4.7 How to watch Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony Online?
- 4.8 Security Concerns and Controversies
Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Live Streaming 2018
This is for the First time the Winter Olympic is being held in South Korea in Pyeongchang in 2018 and only a fortnight is left for the game to start. Winter Olympic is such an interesting event that several countries from all over the world will be participating in this sports event which will take place in South Korea’s cold weather in the month of February. Sports like hockey, figure skating, curling and much more are there to enthrall the viewers all over the world either in the stadium or watching them on television or with the help of more technical advancement by streaming the games online with the help of much high-speed internet.
The most popular streaming channel beIN Sports will be available for the ones desiring to stream the 2018 Winter Olympic Games too. Eurosport, NBC, SBS, and all other official right holders will be providing live stream channels across their official websites. The countries where there will be no official broadcast can easily access the beIN Sports or any other streaming channel through a VPN Gateway of any authorized country. We will come up with a guide for you on how to live stream 2018 Winter Olympic Games too.
So yes, this is indeed a great news for all of the sports and Olympic lovers. So gear up and be updated with all the latest news that will be coming up for next one month so that no one misses out any of the interesting events of this Winter Olympic. A lot of attractions will also be there waiting for each one of the audiences. NBC Universal will officially air 2018 Winter Olympic live from South Korea. It is utmost necessary to keep all the viewers informed that NBC Universal will cover the event live at the prime time at all locations around the Globe. The Channel will make sure that there will not be a single complain about the delayed coverage during 2018 Winter Olympic and it will air the whole of 2400 plus hours of coverage without any interruptions.
|Alpine skiing||Watch Here|
|Cross-country skiing||Watch Here|
|Figure skating||Watch Here|
|Freestyle skiing||Watch Here|
|Ice hockey||Watch Here|
|Nordic combined||Watch Here|
|Short track speed skating||Watch Here|
|Ski jumping||Watch Here|
|Speed skating||Watch Here|
NBC primetime coverage starts from 8th in February with a competitive round on the game popular as figure skating of both women and men. The opening ceremony will be fully covered by NBC on 9th of February and apart from being a part of cable user, one can watch the show with the help of online streaming.
One should be aware that all primetime coverage will commence every day from 8 pm ET and it will be aired live at all time zones without any delay. The daytime coverage on weekdays will be from 3-5 pm and during weekends the coverage time will go up to 6 pm. This is irrespective of all time zones.
How to watch Winter Olympics 2018 Online live
There are no complications for United States people to watch Winter Games 2018. NBC will broadcast full coverage from Day 1 to Closing ceremony. PyeongChang Winter Olympic 2018 is the first Olympic game which is giving the privilege to all the viewers across the globe to watch the sports by streaming online with the help of their app. To the viewers, they are offering live streaming of both prime time and prime time plus programs. The audiences will not only be able to watch the sports but will also be updated with the recent news of the games and even the practices of the games.
Since the inception of Winter Olympic, this is for the first time in history that all around the globe can stream the sports online live by downloading the app in their respective devices like Desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile, androids, iPhone and even iPads. The app of NBCSN, NBC, CNBC, NBCOlympic.com, USA Network and NBC Sports will start from 7th February onwards.
If at all one is not being able to watch live in the stadium then nothing to worry about. In 2018 online streaming will facilitate all viewers across the globe to make themselves happy by watching their favorite sports live from the stadium. Even if one is unable to catch the games in the prime time then they can watch them by streaming any of these apps online on any device available to them. Here are some best channels to view all events starting from the opening ceremony of 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in HD quality without any delays and ad-free channels.
One of the first companies to acquire the broadcasting rights for 2018 Winter Olympic Games, SBS will hold the local rights for the 2018 Winter Olympics and will continue to do so through 2024. It will telecast in both North Korea and South Korea.
beIN Sports will continue to hold its broadcasting rights for the Winter Olympic Games across the Middle East and North Africa. It will all the 102 events across its network.
NBC Universal the official broadcaster of the Winter Olympic 2018 undertook the full responsibility of airing 2400 hours live in three hours actively. These three hours consists of Prime Plus, Prime and Daytime and this time NBC will not have to bear the usual complaint about airing late in the region which is not located in the eastern time zones. For viewers in the US, NBC will remain to be their source of Olympics entertainment. NBC will also air primetime coverage simultaneously irrespective of the different time zones.
Complete Winter Olympic coverage can be watched live in both NBC and NBC Sports. CNBC will also be up for any additional coverage. USA network will also not be left behind as they also form a part of the official telecaster of Winter Olympic. Millions of viewers are eagerly waiting to watch the winter Olympic live.
Discovery Communications-owned EuroSport will be telecasting the 2018 Winter Olympic Games all across Europe except for Russia. On 29 June 2015, it was announced by the IOC that Discovery Communications would hold all the broadcasting rights from 2018 through 2022 across all platforms.
You can make the last choice to watch Winter Olympics on Social Media like Facebook, Twitter or Reddit. We will update working links just before the event starts. Make sure you have registered accounts to watch on Social Media.
Final Day Gold Medal Events – 25th February 2018 (Sunday)
So let’s get into the final day of Winter Olympics 2018 which ends with the closing ceremony on Sunday. Let’s check out today’s medal events. Don’t miss out the Ice Hockey Finals between Germany vs OAR.
|BOBSLEIGH||4-man Heat 4|
|CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING||Ladies’ 30km Mass Start Classic|
|CURLING||Women Gold Medal Game|
|ICE HOCKEY||Men Gold Medal Game|
24th February 2018 (Saturday) Schedule
Just one day left for the closing ceremony of Winter Olympics, today we have thirteen medal events in various categories. Let’s check out more event details below.
Alpine Skiing: Alpine Team Event Small Final and Alpine Team Event Big Final
Cross Country Skiing: Men’s 50km Mass Start Classic
Curling: Men Gold Medal Game and Women Bronze Medal Game
Ice Hockey: Men Bronze Medal Game
Snowboard: Men’s Big Air Final Run 3, Ladies’ Parallel Giant Slalom Small Final Run 1, Ladies’ Parallel Giant Slalom Big Final Run 1, Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom Small Final Run 1, and Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom Big Final Run 1
Speed Skating: Ladies’ Mass Start Final and Men’s Mass Start Final
23rd February 2018
Catch the live coverage of Ice hockey Men Play-offs Semifinals. Czech Republic will face OAR and Canada will face Germany on Friday. Let’s check out today’s Gold Medal events below.
|Biathlon||Men’s 4×7.5km Relay|
|Curling||Men Bronze Medal Game|
|Figure Skating||Ladies Single Skating Free Skating|
|Freestyle Skiing||Ladies’ Ski Cross Big Final|
|Speed Skating||Men’s 1,000m|
22nd February 2018 (Thursday) Medal Events
Big games today. Canada will face the United States in Ice Hockey Finals (Women’s) gold medal match. A total of ten medal events today. Let’s check out all details below.
|ALPINE SKIING||Men’s Slalom Run 2 and Ladies’ Alpine Combined Slalom|
|BIATHLON||Women’s 4x6km Relay|
|FREESTYLE SKIING||Men’s Ski Halfpipe Final Run 3|
|ICE HOCKEY||Women’s Gold Medal Game|
|NORDIC COMBINED||Team Gundersen LH/4x5km Cross-Country|
|SHORT TRACK SPEED SKATING||Men’s 500m Final A, Ladies’ 1,000m Final A and Men’s 5,000m Relay Final A|
|SNOWBOARD||Ladies’ Big Air Final Run 3|
21st February 2018 (Wednesday)
A lot to watch for today, we have around nine medal events including Ice hockey Men’s quarterfinals. Let’s check out today’s schedule below.
Alpine Skiing: Ladies’ Downhill
Bobsleigh: Women Heat 4
Cross Country Skiing: Ladies’ Team Sprint Free Final and Men’s Team Sprint Free Final
Freestyle Skiing: Men’s Ski Cross Big Final
Ice Hockey: Women Bronze Medal Game
Speed Skating: We have four medal events
Ladies’ Team Pursuit Final B
Ladies’ Team Pursuit Final A
Men’s Team Pursuit Final B
Men’s Team Pursuit Final A
Today on Winter Olympics (20th February 2018)
Today, we have five Gold medal events which include Biathlon, Figure skating, Sree style Skiing, Nordic Combined, and Short Track Speed Skating events. Let’s check out more details below.
|Figure Skating||Ice Dance Free Dance|
|Freestyle Skiing||Ladies’ Ski Halfpipe Final Run 3|
|Nordic Combined||Individual Gundersen LH/10km Cross-Country|
|Short Track Speed Skating||Ladies’ 3,000m Relay Final A|
Weekend Medal Events
It’s weekend time. Saturday will have Nine gold medal events starting with Alpine Skiing (Ladies’ Super-G) event. NBC will have the official coverage where you watch the events in high definition from your home. Let’s check out the event schedule for today below.
17th February 2018 (Saturday)
|ALPINE SKIING||Ladies’ Super-G|
|BIATHLON||Women’s 12.5km Mass Start|
|CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING||Ladies’ 4 x 5km Relay|
|FIGURE SKATING||Men Single Skating Free Skating|
|FREESTYLE SKIING||Ladies’ Ski Slopestyle Final Run 3|
|SHORT TRACK SPEED SKATING||Ladies’ 1,500m Final A and Men’s 1,000m Final A|
|SKELETON||Women Heat 4|
|SKI JUMPING||Men’s Large Hill Individual Final Round|
18th February 2018
It’s Sunday time and you can watch the exclusive coverage of Winter Olympics live stream in high quality here. A total of seven medal events will have on today. Let’s check out in detail below.
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Giant Slalom Run 2
Biathlon: Men’s 15km Mass Start
Cross Country Skiing: Men’s 4 x 10km Relay
Freestyle Skiing: Men’s Ski Slopestyle Final Run 3 and Men’s Aerials Final 3
Speed Skating: Ladies’ 500m
Monday, 19th February 2018
Let’s check out the medal events for today below. We have just three Gold medal events on Monday.
Bobsleigh: 2-man Heat 4
Ski Jumping: Men’s Team Final Round
Speed Skating: Men’s 500m
We will update the results and winners right after the events today.
It’s been a great week going on with Winter Olympics 2018. Viewers are excited for the latest and new streaming coverage for the events which includes different Camera angles, Team USA tracker for United States fans to follow all latest updates, points table, Snapchat clips, and Uber highlights.
- Japan’s Figure Skater Yuzuru Hanyu becomes the 1,000th medal event winner in Winter Olympics history.
- Norway leads the points table with 11 golds, 9 Silver and 8 Bronze.
Olympic Programs for live coverage:
Off the Post
Winter Olympics Updates (10th February 2018)
We have some Medal events today in different categories. Let’s check out below.
|BIATHLON||Women’s 7.5km Sprint|
|CROSS COUNTRY SKIING||Ladies’ 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon|
|SHORT TRACK SPEED SKATING||Men’s 1,500m Final A|
|SKI JUMPING||Men’s Normal Hill Individual Final Round|
|SPEED SKATING||Ladies’ 3,000m|
11th February 2018 (Sunday)
Get ready for Sunday Games. We have seven medal events in different categories to watch. Let’s check out below.
|ALPINE SKIING||Men’s Downhill|
|BIATHLON||Men’s 10km Sprint|
|CROSS COUNTRY SKIING||Men’s 15km + 15km Skiathlon|
|FREESTYLE SKIING||Ladies’ Moguls Final 3|
|LUGE||Men’s Singles Run 4|
|SNOWBOARD||Men’s Slopestyle Final Run 3|
|SPEED SKATING||Men’s 5,000m|
12th February 2018
Let’s check out full Medal race for Monday events.
|BIATHLON||Women’s 10km Pursuit and Men’s 12.5km Pursuit|
|FIGURE SKATING||Team Event Ice Dance Free Dance|
|FREESTYLE SKIING||Men’s Moguls Final 3|
|SKI JUMPING||Ladies’ Normal Hill Individual Final Round|
|SNOWBOARD||Ladies’ Slopestyle Final Run 2|
|SPEED SKATING||Ladies’ 1,500m|
Today’s Medal Events (13th February 2018)
We have Nine Gold Medal events today. Just follow each game here. Let’s check out below.
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Alpine Combined Slalom
Cross Country Skiing:
Don’t miss out the finals of Ladies’ Sprint Classic Final and Ladies’ Sprint Classic Final.
Canada will face Switzerland in the Gold Medal match.
Luge: Ladies’ Sprint Classic Final
Short Track Speed Skating: Ladies’ Sprint Classic Final
Snowboard: Ladies’ Sprint Classic Final
Speed Skating: Men’s 1,500m
14th February 2018 (Wednesday)
It’s Day six of Winter Olympics. We have six medal events on this special Valentines Day. Let’s check out below.
|ALPINE SKIING||Ladies’ Slalom Run 2|
|BIATHLON||Women’s 15km Individual|
|LUGE||Doubles Run 2|
|NORDIC COMBINED||Individual Gundersen NH/10km Cross-Country|
|SNOWBOARD||Men’s Halfpipe Final Run 3|
|SPEED SKATING||Ladies’ 1,000m|
16th February 2018 Gold Medal Events
Heading over to Day 7. There will be Seven Medal events on Friday. Let’s check out below.
|ALPINE SKIING||Men’s Super-G and Ladies’ Slalom Run 2|
|CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING||Men’s 15km Free|
|FREESTYLE SKIING||Ladies’ Aerials Final 3|
|SKELETON||Men Heat 4|
|SNOWBOARD||Ladies’ Snowboard Cross Big Final|
|SPEED SKATING||Ladies’ 5,000m|
NBC Streaming Schedule and Timings
Let’s check out full timings and broadcast details of NBC below.
NBC Coverage details of 176 hours
NBC will bring you high-quality broadcast in three different timings. Let’s check out.
Daytime: 3 to 5 PM ET and 3 to 6 PM ET on Weekends
Primetime: 8 PM ET and 7 PM ET on Sundays
Primetime Plus: Starts late night
NBC SN Timings (369 hours of coverage)
Viewers can watch ten-day full coverage starting from 18th to 25th February 2018.
Starting event: Curling at 11 PM ET
CNBC (Broadcast of 46 Hours)
CNBC starts their coverage from 12th February to 23rd February which includes Curling and other events.
Telecast and Broadcasting Rights
Winter Olympic 2018 will take commence with a competition game from February 8th and will continue until 25th February 2018. So the event is almost near our door and this time there are a lot of facilities in terms of watching the game live from PyeongChang, South Korea not only with the help of the NBC Universal airing the sport live but also with the help of online streaming. Even if anyone is not able to reach the Venue at PyeongChang, Jeongseon and Gangneung there is nothing to worry about.
The official broadcasting right holders will share at least 100 hours of the free telecast with the national sports channel of every participating country. That said, the telecast will be done in every participating country on their respective national channels. CNBC will cover 46 hours of highlights of the games in Winter Olympic during the evening hours. So it is our choice whether we wish to watch them in our television sets or in our devices as per our convenience. But this time, yes, all have the option to stream the game at any time irrespective of time zones.
|Caribbean||International Media Content Ltd.
|Latin America||América Móvil|
|New Zealand||Sky Television|
|Sub-Saharan Africa||Econet Media
When is the 2018 Winter Olympics?
2018 Winter Olympics, also termed as XXIII Olympic Winter Games, or simply Pyeongchang 2018, will start from the 9th of February and will conclude on 25th of February 2018. An estimated 90 nations will be participating in the 102 events planned out. These 102 events will be played in 7 sports across 15 disciplines. The last edition of Winter Olympics was held on 7th February to 23rd February 2014.
Winter Olympics 2018 Dates: 9th to 25th February 2018
Winter Olympics Medal Tally
We have the latest updates on PyeongChang 2018 Medal count of top five Countries here. Norway leads the table with Eleven golds, Eleven Silver, and Eight Bronze and a total of Thirty medals. Let’s check out live updates below.
|The United States of America||5||3||5||13|
The above table last updated on 21st February 2018
We will be updating full schedule from the first day to the closing ceremony.
Day 1: 8th February 2018 (Thursday)
Day 1 starts with Figure Skating event which includes both Men’s Single Short and Pairs short events plus Women’s and Men’s qualification for Moguls. Don’t miss out NBC and NBCSN live coverage.
Where is the 2018 Winter Olympics?
The host city for the XXIII Winter Olympic Games will be Pyeongchang in South Korea.PyeongChang was elected as the host city at the 123rd IOC Session in Durban. After failing to win the bidding twice at both 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympic Games by a nominal margin of 3 and four votes respectively, Pyeongchang finally had luck on their side when they won the bidding for the 2018 Winter Games. In their bid to host both 2010 and 2014, they did manage to reach the final round of bidding but lost eventually.
It was becoming more and more difficult for them to make a bid after losing twice with such close margins. Their desire did not end though as they put up a bid for the third consecutive time and with the development, they were showing made it look certain that they’ll have their hosting rights this time around.
This time around, they were competing with Munich, which could have become the first city to host both Winter and Summer Olympics had they won the bid, and with Annecy, where local public support was also not very strong. Eventually, for Munich, that did not happen, and Beijing became the first city to host both Summer and Winter Olympics. 48 votes were needed to win the bidding and Pyeongchang managed to eclipse that with ease in the first round of voting itself. They piled up a staggering 63 in their favor of the 95 votes cast. Munich came in a distant second with 25 votes, and Annecy managed to win only seven votes.
What are the Events lined up for 2018 Winter Olympics?
The XXIII Winter Olympic Games will have 102 events in 15 disciplines of 7 sports. It will feature four new disciplines in existing sports including big air snowboarding (which will replace the parallel slalom ), mixed doubles curling, mass start speed skating, and mixed team alpine skiing. The events will be marred by the controversy between National Hockey League (NHL) and IOC regarding the participation and insurance of the participating players.
In all, there will be Alpine skiing where 11 medal events will take place, Biathlon with another 11 medal events, Bobsleigh with 3 medal events, Cross-country skiing with 12 medal events, Curling with 3 medal events, Figure skating with 5 medal events, Freestyle skiing with 10 medal events, Ice hockey with 2 medal events, Luge with 4 medal events, Nordic combined with 3 medal events, Short track speed skating with 8 medal events, Skeleton with 2 medal events, Ski jumping with 4 medal events, Snowboarding with 10 medal events, and Speed skating with 14 medal events.
Get more details about all Games and events for 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics here.
Who will be participating in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games?
A total of 85 countries have managed to qualify at least one athlete to qualify for participation at the XXIII Winter Olympic Games. Ecuador, Kosovo, Malaysia, and Eritrea are bound to debut at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The two North Korean athletes who have qualified will be allowed to enter South Korea though the participation of Russian athletes remains uncertain.
The full list of participating nations in alphabetical order goes like this;
Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominica, Ecuador, Eritrea, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Korea, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea (host), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, and Uzbekistan.
Olympics without mascots doesn’t even sound right. They have always been a highlight of Olympics every time no matter what the host city or country is. This time around, South Korea has elected two official mascots to represent their potential as hosts to the world. The first mascot is named Soohorang (수호랑), a white tiger, and the other one is Bandabi (반다비), an Asiatic black bear.
Official Pictograms were also released for 24 Sports across 15 disciplines in January 2017. All the pictograms have been designed keeping Korean alphabets as inspiration. The official emblem too is a stylized representation of the hangul letters ㅍ p and ㅊ ch, being the initial sounds of 평창 Pyeongchang.
The opening ceremony on 9th February will be a very colorful event and ceremony is exclusively made and designed for television with all more than 90 countries taking part in the parade with their national songs and national dresses. The opening ceremony will also feature some mixture of musical and visual performances which will absolutely be or South Korean origin and then comes the torch lighting of Olympic.
This year Opening ceremony will be streamed online for the first time by NBC. Mobile users can download NBC Sports app and NBCOlympics.com will stream the event. The opening ceremony of 2018 Winter Olympics is bound to dazzle the audiences all across the globe.
The opening ceremony is slated to take place at the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium in Pyeongchang on 9th of February, 2018 at 8:00 PM local time. The stadium where the ceremony will take place won’t be hosting any games but was built only for the opening and closing ceremonies. It is capable of seating around 35,000 people.
As to who will perform at the 2018 Winter Games Olympics, rumors have it that it will have K-Pop performances integrated to dazzle the audiences. According to reports, the hosting committee desires to promote one of the most prestigious aspects of Korean Culture, Hallyu, through the Olympics. The K-Pop will be used for the same.
It will different for nations which have long hour time times differences like Europe and USA. To see the opening ceremony, they have no options other than watching the same on the next day, this year will not make any difference. NBC the official American broadcaster will not air the opening event live. Other than this option one from any part of the world can tune into the live performances live by streaming the channels only. Let’s check out a quick preview of Winter Olympics Opening ceremony 2018 below.
Start time: 20:00 KST
Date: 9th February 2018 (Friday)
Venue: Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium
Live Stream: NBC
Watch Winter Olympics opening ceremony Online
The live coverage in the United States starts at 6 AM ET which will last for two hours. NBC will stream the entire opening ceremony. Laptop or Desktop users can watch through nbcolympics.com and mobiles users can download NBC Sports app which also supports Firestick, Apple TV, and Roku.
Events during Opening Ceremony
You can have complete entertainment during Winter Olympics Opening ceremony. Let’s check a quick preview of the event below.
- Katie Couric and Mike Tirico will host the Ceremony on Friday.
- Parade – All athletes from the participating nations will march into PyeongChang’s Olympic Stadium.
- The ceremony will have a lot of events relating to Korean culture.
- Don’t miss out K-pop performances.
- North Korea and South Korea will march under one Flag.
- The ceremony last for four hours starting at 8/7c.
- Erin Hamlin will be the flag bearer for the United States.
- USA team will wear Ralph Lauren-designed uniforms during the opening ceremonies.
Opening Ceremony Schedule
Just follow the events during the Olympic Opening ceremony today. If you are unable to watch the event from Stadium, read the live stream guide above.
* Head of the State will start the proceedings.
* National Anthem and Parade by participants from all nations.
* Pigeons will be released as the symbol of peace.
* The Head of the State will officially announce the start of the Games.
* Olympic Oath by an athlete, Coach and Official.
* The Olympic flame followed by Torch Relay.
* and Finally different entertainment programs mainly focus on Korean culture.
It’s all set and ready for the closing ceremony of Winter Olympics 2018. Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, Pyeongchang County, South Korea will host the event on 25th February 2018. The live coverage starts at 20:00 hrs KST. SBS and OBS are having the official rights to broadcast the event. We provide you best links to watch the ceremony from your home. There will be music, dance, art, and a lot of entertainment on the final day. Let’s check out more details about the closing ceremony schedule below.
Let’s have a quick schedule of the event below.
Start time: 8:00 PM GMT+9
Date: 25th February 2018 (Sunday)
Venue: Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium
Broadcast Channels: SBS and OBS
Closing Ceremony Events
Here are the concerts and programs for Closing ceremony 2018.
* EXO and CL’s performances
* K-Pop entertainment
* Hedley – A Canadian rock pop will perform at Winter Olympics Clsoing ceremony 2018.
* Famous singer Ailee is ready to rock at the event. She will sing “I Will Go to You Like the First Snow”.
* Kim Tae-Woo’s ” Dropping Rain” is fixed for the show.
* Song So-hee will sing “Tomorrow”
Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony Live Stream
The final day brings you lot of entertainment. We provide you best links to stream 2018 closing ceremony online. You can watch the show through the official portal of NBC. If you are planning to watch the event outside United States, just use one VPN and stream by changing the IP.
How to watch Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony Online?
There are a lot of ways to watch Olympics closing ceremony live streaming.
* If you are using PC or Laptop, login to NBC’s official website and Mobile users can Download and watch the show through MBC App.
* Another option is to use subscription services like Fubo, Youtube TV, Sling, and DirecTV Now.
* If you are outside the United States, Just turn on any VPN service and select the US location.
* Follow Social media like Reddit, Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus.
Security Concerns and Controversies
Amidst all the tension due to the nuclear test of North Korea and all the recent missile launches, South Korea is marching ahead with its preparation to host the 2018 Winter Olympics 2018. South Korea’s president Moon Jae-In affirmed their country is pushing hard to ensure the safety and security of all the participating athletes and touring supporters but French Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Laura Flessel-Colovic threatened to boycott the games if the security doesn’t get sorted soon.
France’s voice of not attending the game was echoed equally in 2017 by Germany and Austria, who too opined not to participate the games without guaranteed security.