As Tokyo Olympics they start this Friday, 23, and if you don’t want to be in front of the TV watching the games, some online options can help you follow the games broadcast. This year, the Globo Group holds the rights to broadcast the matches live, showing content at night and early in the morning — including, changing the schedule and adding frames to the schedule about daily life in Tokyo.
To follow the broadcast of the games in a way free, it is possible to download the app Globoplay and watch the games and the special program Ohayo Tokyo, produced for SportTV. In addition, highlights videos, opening and closing ceremonies should also be streamed online.
If you don’t want to follow Globo’s coverage, Band must make a special coverage of the games, even without official broadcasting rights. Over the internet, it will be possible to follow this transmission using UOL Play (which gives seven days free to new subscribers), Vivo Play, DirecTV Go (the latter are paid).
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Now, if you want to follow the championship through social media, the profile @toquio2k21 promises to make posts every day with the most important points of the Tokyo Olympics. For now, the posts are in a “countdown” format, since the ceremony of opening should be held this Friday, 23.
On Twitter, you can follow the topic “Olympics” and stay informed about what users will be discussing regarding this year’s games.
Still on the smartphone, the Canal Olímpico do Brasil app should show the daily lives of Brazilian athletes in Japan. Just access the link and download the app.