Olympic Games 2020: How to Watch on Showmax Pro, GOtv, DStv, and Price

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After a whole year of delays thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Olympic games 2020 sports show is here, ready to thrill you with the ups and downs of a live sports filled season.

The sport events start today (July 13) in Tokyo Japan.

So, how are you planning to watch these games at home?


Well, there are many ways to stream the sporting event, so let’s start right away.

ShowMax Pro

The video-on-demand product is owned by MultiChoice. It is the same as the ordinary Showmax, but costs a little more thanks to the inclusion of live events, such as sports and news broadcasts from leading TV stations.

Showmax Pro is airing the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Price: it costs KES 2100 – and if you buy now, you will be able to get two free months for the same price.

The mobile-only plan costs KES 1050, a favourite for many who watch away from home.

DStv

MultiChoice has prepared 12 dedicated channels for the Olympics games for DStv customers.

The platform will air 339 gold medal events with the Grandstand channel on DStv carrying the best events at any given time. All 8 channels will also be available to stream on The DStv app.

Customers should be able to enjoy the games starting from the Family package that costs KES 1380 all the way to the Premium package that costs KES 7900.

To note: the entry-level Access package will only air football and basketball (channel 224) and news/highlight on channel 225.

Rugby 7s, Golf, and Tennis will only be available for Premium subscribers.

GOtv

MultiChoice has also prepared 4 Olympics channels for GOtv users.  


The customers will have four Olympics channels – 2 on GOtv Max (KES 1300 per month), 1 on GOtv Plus (KES 750 per month), and 1 on the GOtv Value package (KES 500 per month). 

Highlights and football will be available for the GoTV Value plan (Channel 34).


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