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The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are here a year late after being postponed last summer, and if you’re looking to tune in, you’ve got some options. Among them is Peacocktv.com/tv , a relatively new (and rapidly growing) streaming service from NBC, which is being promoted heavily with the Olympic games as the exclusive outlet for some of the biggest events. Here’s what’s streaming on Peacock and how you can watch it all live.

Peacock is NBC’s new streaming platform which was launched one year ago. Given that NBCUniversal is one of the top outlets for all things sports and the primary U.S. broadcaster of the Olympic Games, it’s no surprise that Peacock is one of the best destinations for streaming everything from PGA Golf and Premier League Soccer to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Better still is the fact that the biggest Olympic games can be streamed via Peacock with a basic non-paid account, meaning you can watch the Olympics online for free — with one exception.

Due to region-based sports broadcasting restrictions, U.S. men’s basketball is the only event you can’t watch for free. You can, however, stream it with a Peacock.com/tv Premium subscription, which will only set you back $5 per month. That also gets you full access to the entire Peacock content library, including a ton of new and classic NBC shows like The Office, exclusive Peacock Originals such as the Save by the Bell reboot, films, sports, news, and more.

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