Full Event Replays: Relive every event with on-demand replays
Video on Demand: Access highlights, interviews and featured video clips
Watch thousands of live sporting events airing on NBC, NBCSN and Golf Channel LIVE with NBC Sports. NBC Sports is the streaming service of NBC Sports dedicated to delivering the world’s best sports content live and on-demand to passionate fans anytime, anywhere. NBC Sports is your destination for NFL, NHL, Premier League, NASCAR, Formula 1, Notre Dame Football, Kentucky Derby, and more. Never miss a moment of the action, extensive highlights, full event replays, exclusive features and interviews with the biggest names in the world of sports. Sign in with your TV provider to watch your favorite sports with NBC Sports.
ACCESSIBILITY: NBC Sports provides captioning support on videos with a “CC” icon in the player controls. Just touch to enable.
NBC Sports is only accessible in the USA. The application requires a 3G, 4G, LTE or WiFi network data connection. Watching video over a 3G or 4G connection may affect your wireless data plan. Data charges may apply. The video quality will adapt based on your data connection.
I have Comcast service. I installed this app on my Fire TV; it gave me an activation code; I went back to my computer, went to the URL shown on the Fire TV screen, and entered the activation code; the NBC activation site said "Success -- Congratulations, you've successfully activated your device and can now watch NBC Sports." So I went back to the Fire TV, but every time I try to watch something with this app it gives me an error message saying that the channel isn't included in my subscription. Ridiculous! This is the basic NBC channel; it's included in all Comcast cable packages (Comcast owns NBC). If I go to Comcast's website and login, I can get the live feed, so I'm pretty sure this is an activation problem, not a subscription problem. On top of all this, the error message on the Fire TV screen (the one saying the channel isn't included in my subscription) says to go to a URL that doesn't seem to exist. Amazon Fire TV has been featuring this on my home screen, and I understand that Comcast paid $12B for the current and upcoming Olympics ... and they can't get the activation to work right? C'mon!!
This app suffers for a couple main reasons: In the individual clips you watch, the fast forward and reverse are unreliable. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Also, it is a bummer that you have to sign in with your cable account to see all the coverage... and then you still have to watch their commercials anyway. It is stupid they talk up their on-line coverage, but then you can't get it without a cable account.
The NBC sports app is a huge improvement over the prime-time coverage, but the app still needs work. It can be difficult to navigate among events; the olympics ended up being a single string of several thousand individual events, with no search option, and a paucity of informative labeling. To recognize the individual sports you had to identify the thumbnail image -- there was no accompanying text describing the event. Playback was generally good, with nice high resolution imagery, but from time to time the feed would fail or compression artifacts would interfere. I don't have any trouble with this streaming most video, so I have to assume it is the app or (more likely) the back-side server. There is no option to watch an event part way and then return to it at the same point, and searching and scrolling functions are awkward. Still, despite these problems, this is how I chose to watch the Olympics; the prime time broadcast is dead to me.
If I could give it no stars I would. Totally USELESS, unless you have a cable/satellite subscription. I have the amazon five tv stick and amazon prime membership to avoid the expensive and crooked cable companies! This is just another greedy networks way of trying to stop us all from dumping cable. Well get wise networks and amazon we would rather pay per channel than pay for all the crap we don't watch anyway so perhaps you should invest in bettet streaming choices than in your buddies cable and satellite. No worries though they can keep playing their games and I will just keep not watching :)
I loaded this app onto my Amazon FireTV stick and I am watching Sunday night NFL football live on a 11 ½ foot diagonal screen. The video and sound quality are excellent. Unfortunately when commercials are playing, sometimes NBC blanks the screen with a spinning wheel. The football game does not start playing again when the commercials are over. It forces me to back out of the game and start it again and then the picture is perfect. Doing this though is frustrating.
When I opened the app I was asked to log into the provided address and activate the streaming service by entering my device type, the access code shown on the screen and my cable TV provider. I use ATT U-verse as my cable network. I was instantly connected with the message that my service had been activated and I the game that was coming on which was the Sunday Night NFL football game. Two weeks later is asked me to register with my cable provider again. Why?
I am now watching the NFL game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Carolina Panthers. This is a good app but it has some performance issues. How can the game broadcast be perfect HD quality but NBC doesn't want to show the commercials and it messes up the broadcast. If this issue was fixed the app would be a 5 star app but as it is I rated it 3 stars. I can watch the game but I have to survive the commercial streaming issues
Amazon advertised this as a FREE app. But in the fine print it tells you that most content is only available if you have a TV service provider. HELLO Amazon...you are my tv provider! If I had another provider then I would not need Fire TV or the app. A warning to others the app only works if you have cable or satellite service. USELESS.
This works for Olympics on Fire TV Stick without a cable provider but watch the glitch. Each time the app reopens it toggles in the top left between the logo for this app, and the logo for the standard app which needs a cable account. Pay attention, ignore the other logo. I will add a pic if it goes through with this review.
When you are in this app on this device there will be a row with hundreds of live or upcoming events. When the network is showing Olympics on NBC broadcast TV, a box for this will be in the mix of events. That mirrors the NBC broadcast, and will end as the network does. Look at the pic I will try to attach.
The majority of the events are raw with no announcers or scoring, but is excellent quality, and some of the practices are shown as well.