How to watch 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Canada

David Galvan

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Looking for a Tokyo Olympics free live stream? here’s how you can watch every event of Olympics 2020 in Canada.

Despite the opening ceremony was attracting 17 million viewers, it is the lowest number since 1988. With foreign spectators banned, Tokyo 2020 athletes will compete for 339 gold medals behind closed doors.┬áNow coming to how can we watch a Tokyo Olympics Live In Canada. With over 400 events in two weeks, we actually don’t where to find the best free live stream, so here’s how you can catch all the action.

Watch a Tokyo Olympics live stream in Canada

The rights to stream the Tokyo Olympics are actually split between three channels. These include Sportsnet, TSN, and CBC. If you are already a subscriber to any of the channels, then all you have to do is to log in with your id and password, and then you will be good to go. Watch your favorite players winning medals for their country.

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CBC Holds the rights to the Olympics in Canada until 2024. You can watch a free stream of many events on the CBC.ca website or even through the CBC Olympics app.

Another alternative way to watch Olympics in Canada is by signing up with Sportsnet Now for CAD$20 a month. Or you can go for TSN for either CAD$5 a day or CAD$20 a month. That’s should cover you for most Olympic events.

Meanwhile, all the fans in Australia can watch almost every minute of Tokyo 2020 free on 7Plus. Also, don’t forget to use a VPN if you are going to be outside OZ during the games.

So this was our idea on how you can watch Tokyo Olympics live stream in Canada. Do tell us if you were able to watch it or not. Olympics is no farther away from you because you can watch it for free on your screens.

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