The 2019 Winter X Games will return to the iconic Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, for a four-day extravaganza kicking off on Thursday, January 24.
Events will run between Thursday and Sunday, culminating in the Men’s Snowboard SuperPipe Final, the Snow Bike Best Trick Final and the Snow Hill Climb Final.
ESPN and ABC will provide TV coverage, with live streaming options available through WatchESPN and the X Games’ official YouTube channel. The full TV schedule can be accessed here. For all of the invited athletes, click here.
The first wave of athlete invites include 82 invitations to compete at X Games Aspen 2019. All 2018 medalists with sport disciplines returning in 2019 received an automatic invite to compete in the 2019 event.
More than 75 Olympians return to the biggest stage in action sports, competing in 17 disciplines televised live across the globe on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC and international syndication partners. Fans can also follow X Games across digital and social media platforms to watch behind the scenes, athlete curated and complementary content to enhance the X Games Aspen 2019 telecasts.
If you are unable to watch the Winter X games on TV, you don’t need to worry even for a second. Despite the official broadcasting given to ESPN and ABC, you still have a ton of options to watch Winter X Games Aspen 2019 live stream.
The Winter X Games 2019 is not far away and for which, you must be pretty excited about. Not much time is left, and you will have to take your decision to watch Winter X Games 2019 online. Be it the ever grossing Sling TV or the golden batch ESPN+ app, we have given almost every possible option to stream Winter X Games 2019 online.
Depending on your budget along with region, you can research on the above streaming services and purchase anyone. Or else, ESPN along with ABC delivers live streaming support for users who don’t have a cable connection. All depends on your personal preferences and which one to choose, you can decide, at any point in time.
Historically, the United States has outpaced every other country in the medal count. The U.S. team has won more than twice as many medals as the second most-decorated country (Canada) in nearly every Winter X Games this decade.
Olympians Max Parrot, Chloe Kim, Julia Marino and Gus Kenworthy are among the notable athletes who have been invited to participate in the X Games in 2019, offering up what is sure to be a show.
Here is everything to know about the 2019 Winter X Games, including a complete schedule of events, TV information and more.
When are the Winter X Games 2019?
The Winter X Games open Thursday, Jan. 24 and end Sunday, Jan. 27 in Aspen, Colorado. It will be the 18th consecutive year the city has hosted the event.
How to watch the Winter X Games on TV, online
ESPN will have the national broadcast for the Winter X Games. Events can also be streamed on the X Games YouTube page, Facebook and Twitter accounts for viewers inside the United States. Those outside of the U.S. can also watch some select events through the X Games social media pages.