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Winter Olympics 2022: what you need to know

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The timer is ticking down as the excitement goes up in preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Beijing hosts the world for what will be a memorable games running between the opening ceremony on 4th February and the closing ceremony on 20th February. The Beijing National Stadium features as the main arena, and it’s there the hotly anticipated 2022 games will be opened by President Xi Jinping as the eyes of the watching world focus on Asia.

Followers will witness a piece of sporting history as we see the first-ever Winter Olympics held in China and the last of what will be three consecutive Olympic Games staged in East Asia. Following the success of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea and the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, the pressure is now on China to live up to the high standards set there.

Preparations are well underway, with organisers putting the finishing touches on the stadiums and security while the athletes and coaches hone their skills before performing on the big stage. Fans of winter sports have also been busy making their predictions at Las Vegas online sports betting websites and smartphone apps. Pick the nations you expect to shine in your favourite events and place your bets early to secure the best odds.

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How to watch Beijing 2022

This will be the most-watched Winter Olympics ever, with more major television stations around the world showing the events. Each sport and fixture from the games will be shown to a global audience, from the early rounds all the way through to the medals. You can keep pace with the strong starters and the grandstand finishes. It promises to be a rollercoaster ride of emotions, and you can keep up to speed with the best of the best.

The TV coverage is boosted by live streaming, which brings HD quality streams to your smartphone or mobile device. Watch the Winter Olympics from the comfort and warmth of your own home using a desktop computer or when on the move through an Android or iOS device. Turn everyday situations into a chance to watch live sports. You can follow the action on your commute home from work, on a lunch break or when out shopping. If you have a modern smartphone with a reliable Wi-Fi connection, you can even keep tabs on bobsleigh, downhill skiing, snowboarding and all your favourite winter sports at work.

There’s now no reason for you to miss the events and results you love most. Unlike past winter Olympics that have taken place at awkward times in your daily schedule, you don’t need to rely on a results site or the highlights when you return home from work. You are always just a click away from a live stream that has perfect quality, crystal clear sound and no buffering or loading interruptions.

How to get the best live stream

Many live streams are available on the Winter Olympics, and more will pop up between now and February. Some are better quality than others, and some are more secure than others. It’s crucial that you choose a free and reliable site to live stream the Winter Olympics. It must be available and legal in your region, have HD quality and cover all the sports you are most interested in.

Online betting apps offer the best live streams, and there’s a reason for this. Bookies have live streaming Winter Olympics features that are head and shoulders above the competition as it helps attract new customers to their app. Sign up for an account with a bookie that offers live streaming, and you can watch every event free of charge. In addition to the live stream, there’s updated stats, pre-match predictions, live scores and in-play betting.

If you place a wager on the outcome of an event, you can watch the play live and for free. This allows you to not only cheer on your favourite teams and athletes but also your bets. Bookies know the better their live streaming tab is, the more likely you are to sign up and gamble on the outcome of a match. Take advantage by creating an account, placing a small wager and watching for free on your smartphone.

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