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The U.S. Air Force is offering its fans a way to watch both the Olympics and the games live from the comfort of their own homes.
Starting Sunday, August 1, the service will begin broadcasting Olympic games on a channel it calls Live Sports Broadcasting.
The service will be available on U.N. TV, and will stream games live on ESPN3, ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU and WatchESPN.
The move will bring a host of sporting events live and available to watch via streaming video, according to the service’s website.
“We are proud to introduce the first live streaming sports network for the 2024 Olympic Games in the U.K.,” the service says.
“Live Sports Broadcasting is the most comprehensive sports channel available for U.k. consumers.
We are excited to bring you the best sporting content for your entertainment.”
Live Sports broadcasting is currently only available in the United States.
However, the network plans to bring the service to other countries soon.
The U.A.E. has hosted the Olympic games since 1988, and the U,S.
and Canada are scheduled to host the next two Olympics, in 2020 and 2024.