European Games to be broadcast on IOC Channel for free
The official channel of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will broadcast for free the 2nd European Games to be held in Minsk from June 21 to 30.
The IOC and the European Olympic Committees have signed an agreement on it.
The live stream of the European Games will be possible to follow on olympicchannel.com, by Smart TVs and mobile applications.
Let us recall more than 4000 athletes in 21 sports are going to take part in the European Games. Armenia will have 37 representatives in 9 sports.
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