The Brazil women will be entering the 2016 Rio Olympics with their sights set on winning a third straight gold medal in the Beach Volleyball event. The Brazilian men’s team will also be a top contender for gold on their side. The interest in beach volleyball in Brazil will make this event one of the more popular sports during the entire Olympics. In the guide below, we’ll show you how to access an Olympics Beach Volleyball live stream.
All four pairs of men and women on the U.S. team are newly formed. However, they feature some top competitors with some seen as serious contenders. One pairing to watch will be April Ross and Kerri Walsh Jennings who are both former medalists at Olympic Games. If you want to keep up with the event online or live streaming, you should keep reading to learn all about your different options.
Use Sling TV to get an Olympics Beach Volleyball Live Stream
Subscription streaming service Sling TV is an awesome way to watch Olympics beach volleyball streaming. The service lets you live stream popular cable channels without needing to pay for an expensive cable package.
Here are a couple key highlights of Sling TV:
- Starting package, Sling Blue, offers over 40 cable channels for just $25 per month
- Watch Olympics beach volleyball online on USA nationwide or NBC in select locations
- Other channels on Sling Blue are NBCSN, TBS, TNT, FX, FS1, Comedy Central, CNN, and AMC
- Watch even more Olympics beach volleyball streaming by adding the World News Extra package for only $5 more per month
- The add-on gets you streaming access to CNBC and MSNBC
- Get all of this free for a week with a 7-day free trial
A deal worth looking into on Sling TV are the discounts they give when you subscribe for three months of the service. Take a look at how signing up for three months can get you either a discounted Apple TV or one of several Roku players for free. If you want to learn even more, check out our Sling TV review.
Watch Olympics Beach Volleyball Online with PlayStation Vue
Another option to stream Olympics beach volleyball is through PlayStation Vue for only $30 per month. You get access to USA, MSNBC, and CNBC nationwide with NBC streaming coming in only certain locations. You can stream on either android/iOS devices, PlayStation consoles, or your TV with multiple connected devices.
But, you are very limited if you want to watch an Olympics beach volleyball live stream outside your home due to current restrictions. This to me is a game changer since the Olympic events are going on at all parts of the day you want to be able to stream whenever you want. If you want to learn more, you can check out our PlayStation Vue review.
Use an Antenna and OTA DVR to Watch Even More Olympics Beach Volleyball Streaming
If you are in a location that does not receive NBC from either Sling TV or PlayStation Vue, you can pair one of the services with an antenna. Once you pick out your antenna you can get full access to Olympics beach volleyball streaming during the entire event.
The streaming access with the antenna comes from combining it with an over-the-air DVR. The DVR hooks up to your internet and lets you watch live TV or your recordings on your computer, phone, or laptop. Check out our comparison guide to decide which DVR would work for you.
Watch the Olympics Online Outside of the U.S.
All of the above options are specifically available to those living within the United States. But, if you are in another country you are not totally out of luck. As this guide highlights, there are a couple solid options for you watch the Olympics online outside the U.S.
Volleyball fans worldwide are thoroughly excited for Olympics Beach Volleyball, and we are too! No matter who you’re rooting for (go Team USA!) we hope that you can kick back and enjoy the Olympics Beach Volleyball live stream, knowing that you’re saving a bunch by not having cable!
Find out more about watching the Olympics online during the entire event from our full Olympics guide for cable cutters!