How to Watch 24 hours of Le Mans on Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV
In order to watch 24 hours of Le Mans TV coverage, either you can subscribe to a cable provider or you can stream it online somehow. There are several ways to watch Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV. All these streaming services will broadcast the race and it is easy to view it through one of them too.
There will be around 30 broadcasters that will show the race this year. Several of them will be streaming channels and they will broadcast the race live. Some will only show a little bit of coverage. Some of these channels will be geoblocked, so you’ll have to get a VPN if you don’t already have one.
Once you have unblocked your area with a VPN, you’ll be able to watch the race on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and more. The following channels are offering full 24-hour coverage of the race. They are: Fox Sports Go, France TV, Eurosport, OSN Play, ORF, Fox Sports, Super Sport, and J-Sport from Japan.
All your streaming devices are compatible with Smart DNS. You can watch the race on Roku, Apple TV, and the Fire TV. Simply make sure that you have the apps necessary downloaded and signed into your account. This way Smart DNS lets you watch channels that are geoblocked.
Motorsport TV gives you access to watch the race from your pc, laptop, and other devices using Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku. There should be many ways to watch on all these platforms. For the most part, these are self-explanatory once you download the apps and log into your account.
If you run into any problems, you should troubleshoot your streaming service first. Making sure everything is setup correctly. It may be something very tiny that was forgotten. Once the troubleshooting is finished, everything should work well with the app and the race.