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Table Tennis Stream Info for Summer Games: Friday Evening

(by Steve Hopkins)

In the US, NBC will be providing broadcasts of the Summer Olympic Games through their various NBCUniversal networks.  That coverage includes the main broadcast on the NBC network as well as other broadcasts on NBC Sports Peacock, NBCSN,  a great deal of With table tennis starting up on Saturday morning in Japan, USA Network, and more.  Coverage of table tennis will be a part of some of those broadcasts, so if you are a fan of Olympic Sports, in general, you can watch that coverage through the channels that you have available.

NBC is also providing comprehensive streaming coverage at www.nbcolympics.com, and you can jump straight to our sport by going directly to www.nbcolympics.com/table-tennis.  This specialty stream can also be accessed through a number of devices and apps (Roku, Hulu+Live, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and others).

What’s scheduled soon for the NBC STREAM?

FRIDAY EVENING (8pm EDT): There will be four separate streams covering Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, and Table 4.  The matches that will be played are a combination of Men’s and Women’s Singles preliminary matches and Mixed Doubles preliminary matches.

SATURDAY EARLY MORNING (1:15am EDT): There will be four separate streams covering Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, and Table 4. Men and Women Singles first round matches.

SATURDAY MORNING (6:30am EDT): Men and Women Singles first round matches.

SATURDAY TV COVERAGE (11:30am EDT): NBCSN will play (or replay) Mixed Doubles Preliminaries and Men’s and Women’s Singles.

SATURDAY TV COVERAGE (5:00pm EDT): USA Network will play (or replay) Mixed Doubles Preliminaries and Men’s and Women’s Singles.

SATURDAY EVENING (9pm EDT): There will be two concurrent streams showing Mixed Doubles Quarterfinal matches.


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