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How to Watch NBCUniversal’s Coverage of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games with Sling TV

This February, there are competitions to be watched and medals to be won. The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, airing on NBCUniversal networks from February 8-25, will be action-packed with figure skating, ice hockey, alpine skiing and so much more. Don’t miss a single gold medal win by watching the Winter Olympics on Sling TV – catch all the Olympic action, whether it’s on your big screen at home or from your mobile device on your morning commute. With over 600 hours of live Olympic coverage, Sling TV is here to offer the events you want to watch, when you want to watch.

Watch the Opening Ceremony, live primetime coverage and more on NBC
Sling Blue customers in select markets can tune in to NBC to watch daytime and primetime coverage of events like ski jumping, cross country, alpine skiing and luge. Plus, customers can catch the Opening Ceremony, hosted by Mike Tirico and Katie Couric, live on Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET. Customers in the following markets will have live access to NBC Olympic coverage on Sling TV: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas/Fort Worth, San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, Washington D.C., Miami/Fort Lauderdale, San Diego and Hartford/New Haven.

Tune in to over 350 hours of live figure skating, snowboarding and more on NBCSN
All Sling Blue customers can view games and competitions from nearly every Olympic sport this February on NBCSN, featuring 24/7 coverage throughout the Olympics. Don’t miss a crowd-pleasing triple axel in the rink or half-pipe event on the slopes – plus gold medal finals in hockey, bobsled, cross country skiing, speed skating and more on NBCSN.

Catch curling and ice hockey events on CNBC
Curling fans can tune in every day from Feb. 12-17 and Feb. 19-23 from 5-7 p.m. ET for non-stop curling. And, the gold medal final of mixed doubles curling will air on CNBC Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 5 p.m. ET. Sling Blue customers can access CNBC by subscribing to News Extra for $5 per month.

Enjoy thrilling ice hockey qualifying rounds and quarterfinal games on USA Network
Sling Blue customers can watch live coverage of the women’s hockey qualifying round and the bronze medal game, in addition to quarterfinal games for men’s and women’s hockey on USA Network. Sling Blue subscribers can access USA Network in their base service at no extra charge.

For more details about how to watch NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Olympic Winter Games on Sling TV, check out a day-by-day schedule here.

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Ankit Bishnoi
Vice President, Content Acquisition and Strategy, Sling TV