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Prasar Bharati Sports Live Streaming Tokyo Paralympics 2021, Games Schedule, How to Watch Live on Mobile?

Prasar Bharati Live Streaming Tokyo Paralympics 2021

Tokyo Paralympics 2021 is all set to stage from 24th August 2021. Check Prasar Bharati Live Streaming Tokyo Paralympics 2021, Games Schedule, How to Watch Live on Mobile?.

This is going to be the 16th edition of the Paralympics that occurs after every two years. Due to branding reasons Tokyo Paralympics is held in 2021 is referred to as Tokyo Paralympics 2020. The Summer Olympics has a total of 540 events under 22 categories this year.

Indian fans and viewers can watch the Paralympics either by tuning into a channel on their TV or by streaming it live on their devices. The Organisers have joined their hands with Indian Broadcasters for making it possible for the general public to watch it at their convenience. So check out, Live Streaming Tokyo Paralympics 2021, Telecast TV India, how to watch live on a mobile and full schedule.

Prasar Bharati Live Streaming Tokyo Paralympics 2021

Prasar Bharati Live Streaming Tokyo Paralympics 2021

Prasar Bharati is India’s largest public broadcasting agency, headquartered in New Delhi. All India Radio and Doordarshan are owned by Prasar Bharti. It has its own website. Digitization has made both its owned agencies spread over the remote areas within India.

Tweeted on the official page of Prasar Bharti they mentioned that, DD Sports will bring you to live coverage of Paralympics Tokyo 2020 on all Cable & DTH platforms, from August 24th every day 9 AM onwards. This will also be available live on our Digital Platforms including Prasar Bharati Sports YouTube.

How to Watch Tokyo Paralympics 2021 Live on Mobile?

Prasar Bharti has its own YouTube channel and an official website. Indian fans of the Paralympics who may not have or wish to watch the events live on their mobile phones can make use of these ways for live-action. They can make use of all social media handles like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook that will provide you with live updates.

What is the Games Schedule of Tokyo Paralympics 2021?

DD Sports will be providing the entire games and events of the upcoming Paralympics 2021. DD Sports is India’s prestigious sports channel that is only available to India. And DD Sports is a free-to-air TV Channel. Tokyo Paralympics have given the broadcasting rights to DD sports along with Sony Pictures Network.

Events 202124th Aug25th Aug26th Aug27th Aug28th Aug29th Aug30th Aug31st Aug1st Sept2nd Sept3rd Sept4th Sept5th Sept
 CeremoniesOC           CC
 Archery   1122 111 
 Athletics   1316191721171818245
 Badminton        77
 Boccia    43 
Cycling: Road         19654  
 Track 4553        
 Equestrian (dressage)  3215      
 Football 5-a-side       1 
 Goalball 2  
 Judo   445       
 Paracanoe         45 
 Paratriathlon    44       
 Powerlifting  44444      
 Rowing   4       
 Shooting      3221221
 Sitting volleyball   11
 Swimming 16141414131514151516  
 Table tennis 58855  
 Taekwondo         222 
 Wheelchair basketball 11
 Wheelchair fencing 44242       
 Wheelchair rugby 1       
 Wheelchair tennis   1122 

TV Channels Tokyo Paralympics 2021

Since DD national and Sports is owned by Prasar Bharti. here is the entire list of channels in India that will telecast the Tokyo Paralympics 2021.

DD national TV Channel

SkyCable PhilippinesChannel 233 (Digital)
Cablelink PhilippinesChannel 243
Destiny Cable PhilippinesChannel 116 (Analog)
Channel 233 (Digital)
Asianet Digital TV (India)Channel 500
Kerala Vision Digital TV (India)Channel 211

DD Sports Channel list

Cablelink (Philippines)Channel 257
Asianet Digital (India)Channel 303
Kerala Vision Digital TV (India)Channel 768
Hathway (India)Channel 189
Airtel Digital TV (India)Channel 298 SDTV
Channel 224 HDTV
SUN Direct (India)Channel 510
Dish TV (India)Channel 435
BIG TV (India)Channel 512
Tata Sky (India)Channel 453
DD Free Dish (India)Channel 77
Dish Home (Nepal)Channel 611

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