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How to Chromecast Tokyo Olympics 2020 to TV

Chromecast NBC Sports from your smartphone or PC to stream Olympic games on TV.

The most anticipated Tokyo 2020 Olympics starts lights the torch on July 23rd, 2021. It has scheduled from July 23rd to August 8th. The Olympics happens on 33 venues in Tokyo city and the Summer Olympics has sports ranging from Athletics to Football. It has live streaming on many streaming apps and services. NBC has the streaming of the Olympics in the United States and the NBC Sports app will stream the events online. You can Chromecast the NBC Sports app and watch the Olympics on TV.

The Olympics has participants from 205 countries and it conducts 339 events in 33 different types of sports. NBC also streams the Olympics on the NBC Sports Channel, CNBC, Olympic Channel, Golf Channel. It needs the TV Service Provider subscription for sign in and the TV Providers are DirecTV, Dish, Cox, fuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, Spectrum, Xfinity, Optimum, more.

Chromecast Olympics

The NBC Sports app has Chromecast support to stream on the Google Chromecast-connected TV. You can stream the Olympics on the TV from

  • Smartphone
  • PC/Laptop

From Smartphone

(1). Connect the smartphone and the Google Chromecast to the same Wi-Fi network.

(2). Launch the Google Play Store, App Store on the smartphone and look for the NBC Sports app.

NBC Sports app

(3). Install the NBC Sports app and open the app on the smartphone.

(4). Click Sign In and provide the TV provider credentials for sign-in.

(5). Select the Cast icon at the top and choose the Google Chromecast to connect.

Click Cast icon - Chromecast Olympics

(6). Watch the Olympic games live on the Chromecast-connected TV.

From PC/ Laptop

NBC offers a separate website for Tokyo Olympics know as NBC Olympics and you can Chromecast it to the TV using the Google Chrome browser. You have to ensure that the Chromecast and the PC/ Laptop are connected to the same internet connection.

(1). Select the Google Chrome browser to open on the PC/ Laptop.

(2). Visit the NBC Olympics Site and choose the TV Provider for sign-in.

NBC Olympics site

(3). Provide the TV Provider subscription details and tap the Customize and Control Google Chrome icon (three vertical dots).

Select Cast option to Chromecast Olympics

(4). Scroll down and select the Cast option.

(5). Click the Google Chromecast from the available devices and connect to it.

(6). Tap the Source drop-down and choose the Cast tab to stream the Tokyo Olympics alone on the TV.

Stream Olympics on Chromecast with Google TV

The Google TV offers NBC Sports app in the Google Play Store and you can stream the live Olympic games

(1). Connect the Chromecast with Google TV to the TV and start the Google TV.

(2). Click the Apps on the home screen and move to the App Categories.

Select Apps on Google TV

(3). Select Search for Apps and type NBC Sports in the search using the on-screen keyboard.

(4). Click Install to install the NBC Sports from Google Play Store.

(5). Select Open to launch the NBC Sports app on Google TV and it provides an Activation Code.

(6). Visit the NBC Activation website on the PC using the Google Chrome browser.

(7). Select the Streaming device and type the Activation Code. Click Continue.

Enter the Activation Code

(8). Sign in with your TV Provider subscription credentials.

(9). Choose the Olympic event to stream on the Chromecast with Google TV.

The Olympics streaming can also be watched on Google TV using the Streaming Services YouTube TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, AT&T TV, more. NBC Sports TV channels are accessible in these streaming services to stream the Olympics. The Olympics streaming in other countries like the UK has BBC Sports, Europe has Eurosports, Japan has Japan Consortium, and India has SonyLiv. You can access the Olympic Channel to watch the Originals for the Olympics.

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