The much-anticipated Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics have officially kicked off and viewers certainly had a great time watching the opening ceremonies. Indeed, several fans of the Sochi Winter Olympics are pondering how can they view live streams of the games and keep themselves updated with day to day events on their Mac, iPad or iPhone. NBC delayed the TV broadcast of the event’s opening ceremonies in the United States. However, viewers need not worry since they can watch all events live on their iPhone or iPad using different apps.
For US viewers, the only official alternative to live stream coverage of their favorite games at the Sochi Winter Olympics is the NBC. The website of the network will stream competition broadcast from all the 15 sporting categories and viewers can also access live streams on their iPad or iPhone with the NBC Sports Live Extra app.
For avid watchers in Canada, live streaming of the games can be accessed through CBC and a good news is that, users do not have to subscribe to a cable provider so as to access live coverage. The network will be having 12 live video feeds of different events which the viewer can access on their iPad, iPhone as well as Mac. The live streaming can also be grabbed from the CBC website or even the CBC Olympics iOs app. Needless to say, those who can view official NBC streams in the United States can always make use of a VPN service, for instance, Hola, to view free live streaming from Canada or any other country.