IP Streams on Xfinity.com/NBCOlympics Guide:  Say you want to watch every minute of every snowboarding event. Now our online viewing guide will include every possible stream for every event.


NBC Sports Live Extra on X1: If you want to see those IP streams on the big screen – including Gold Zone - you can on the X1 platform. For the Olympics, the NBC Sports Live Extra app will be available in the apps section of X1. The power of the cloud delivers the Sochi games to your favorite screen seamlessly.



SEEiT: Maybe you don’t have a favorite yet, but you see an athlete mentioned on Twitter who could be the next big thing. When you notice a SEEiT card in tweets from @NBCOlympics or @XfinityTV, you will be able to click to view action options like "record" on your DVR and "play" to launch streaming video on your mobile device.


X1 Sports app: The X1 Sports app has been redesigned to include Olympic tools, like a real-time medal count, the ability to tune to live broadcasts, IP streaming feeds and Xfinity On Demand.


Xfinity On Demand: If Scott Hamilton is your favorite Olympian of all time, then Olympic Ice is for you. Hosts Sarah Hughes and Russ Thaler will offer viewers a comprehensive review of all the figure skating news and highlights from the Sochi Games. 


Xfinity WiFi: From February 6-23, select Xfinity WiFi hotspots will be open for anyone to use. Look for "xfinitywifi" in the list of available networks and follow the on-screen prompts to connect to the fastest WiFi in the country so you can watch the Games, surf, stream, download, video chat and more.