X Games Aspen 2024: How to Watch the Sporting Events Live Without Cable

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It’s time to return to the slopes as the X Games Aspen are finally back for the 2024 season. From Friday (Jan. 26) to Sunday (Jan. 28), professional winter athletes will be gearing up for a chance to take home the gold, and there are a couple streaming options for you to watch the games live without cable.

ESPN and ABC will be airing 13 hours of the X Games Aspen 2024, which means you won’t have to hunt for travel deals in order to watch the sporting events live. Joining this year’s lineup of impressive athletes are two-time defending SuperPipe Snowboard champion and five-time X Games gold medalist Scotty James, as well as 22-time X Games medalist Mark McMorris, who will be looking to defend his gold medal.

Samsung Men’s Ski Slopestyle will see Colby Stevenson attempt to repeat his gold medal performance from last year, and historymaker Reira Iwabuchi is also set to come back after snagging gold last year during Pacifico Women’s Snowboard Big Air while also becoming the first female snowboarder to successfully land a frontside triple under flip in competition. X Games and Olympic gold medalist Eileen Gu will also make her return to the Samsung Women’s Ski Slopestyle event after having to miss the 2023 X Games Aspen due to an injury.

This year, the sporting event is also encouraging you to upgrade your winter skincare routine by making Thayers the first official beauty and skincare partner of the X Games. The budget-friendly line is available at Walmart and includes the popular Hydrating Milky Toner, Soak It Up 80 Hr Liquid Moisturizer and the Hydrating Milky Cleanser. Each one is formulated to withstand the challenges of extreme sports and weather conditions, while providing a simple three-step routine to help keep your skin hydrated and healthy all year round.

Keep reading to learn when and how to watch the games online.

When & How to Watch X Games Aspen 2024

ABC and ESPN will be livestreaming certain events throughout the weekend, which is broken down below.


Friday (Jan. 26), 9:30 p.m. ET to 12:30 a.m. ET: Thayers Men’s Snowboard Knuckle Huck
Pacifico, Men’s Ski Big Air and Monster Energy Men’s Snowboard SuperPipe

Saturday (Jan. 27), 10 p.m. ET to 12:30 a.m. ET: Pacifico Men’s Snowboard Big Air and Thayers Men’s Ski Knuckle Huck

Sunday (Jan. 28), 7 p.m. ET to 9:30 p.m. ET: Men’s Ski SuperPipe and Pacifico Women’s Snowboard Big Air


Saturday (Jan. 27), 12:30 p.m. ET to 2:30 p.m. ET: Samsung Men’s Ski Slopestyle

Sunday (Jan. 28), 1 p.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET: Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle and Samsung Women’s Ski Slopestyle

If you have cable, you can watch all the events aired live for no additional cost (refer to your cable provider’s channel guide for exact channels). Cord-cutters may be able to watch the X Games Aspen 2024 through a HD antenna like the one here from Amazon.

For the ESPN events, you can also catch the games live through the channel’s official streaming platform ESPN+. Current subscribers can watch the 2024 X Games Aspen for free when you log into your account. From there, you’ll want to head over to the live coverage and you’ll be able to instantly access it.

Don’t have a subscription? ESPN+ doesn’t offer a free trial, but sports fans can take advantage of its affordable plan, which is only $10.99/month or you can save over 15% off with an annual plan for $109.99/year. Click here or the button below to start your subscription.

Along with the X Games Aspen 2024, ESPN+ members can watch live games for other sports, UFC fights, NFL drafts, NFL playoffs, NHL games and exclusive on-demand videos, as well as access content from what was formerly known as ESPN Insider. In addition to games, ESPN+ has original shows to stream on demand, including game recaps, NBA finals and analyses hosted by Peyton Manning, a shorter version of NFL Primetime, as well as full replays of historic NFL games.

ESPN+ also offers bundling with Hulu and Disney+, which can save you more money while expanding your content offerings. For live channel options (including ABC) you can bundle with Hulu + Live TV.

Looking for more money-saving options? There are some live TV streamers that offer free trials and promos that can save you some cash while you stream the X Games Aspen 2024 and up to hundreds of more channels from your couch. FuboTV, Vidgo, DirecTV Stream and Sling TV start at around $20-$70 and provide live and on-demand streaming, including ESPN, ABC and other sports channels as well as DVR recording.

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