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Chinese former basketball player Yao Ming watches the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at the Pyeongchang Stadium on February 9, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Jonathan NACKSTRAND (Photo credit should read JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Copa America 2016 Opening Ceremony Telecast Channels

The Open­ing Cere­mony for the Copa Amer­ica 2016 will be held at the Levi’s Sta­di­um in Chica­go on the 3rd of June 2016. Music­al per­form­ances will fea­ture chart-top­ping Colom­bi­an reg­gaeton star and Lat­in Grammy Award win­ner J Balv­in, known for his #1 hit “Ginza” and the just released “Bobo”; Amer­ic­an plat­in­um-selling record­ing artist Jason Derulo known for his single “If It Ain’t Love” and mul­ti­plat­in­um reg­gae fusion band MAGIC!, known for its hit singles “Rude” and most recently “Lay You Down Easy” fea­tur­ing Sean Paul.

Copa America 2016 opening ceremony telecast channels

Copa America 2016 Centenario Opening Ceremony Telecast Channels

Here is a list of tele­cast chan­nels to watch it on

USA: Fox Sports [Eng­lish], Uni­vi­sion [Span­ish]

Brazil: Rede Globo, SporTV

Chile: Canal13

Argen­tina: TV Pub­lica & Telefe

Lat­in Amer­ica: ESPN

Spain: RTVE & Movi­e­star+

United King­dom: BT Sports

Canada: CTV & Uni­vi­sion

Middle East: beIN Sports

Aus­tralia: Fox Sports

Carib­beans: CVM TV

Mex­ico: Tele­visa, TV Azteca

India Sub-con­tin­ent: Sony Kix

Rus­sia: Sport 1

Ger­many: ARD, ZDF

France: beIN Sports, Canal+

Italy: Sky Italia

East­er Europe: Arena Sport

Malay­sia: Astro, RTM

After the open­ing cere­mony, hosts United States and Colom­bia will begin the com­pet­i­tion as both teams will play the first game at same sta­di­um. So these are the tele­cast chan­nels that will provide the live tele­cast­ing of Copa Amer­ica 2016 open­ing cere­mony. Which side on you are?

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