- When is the 2020 Tour de France?
The rescheduled Tour de France starts on August 29 and finishes on September 20.
- How to watch the 2020 Tour de France?
- When will the coverage start?
The live stream coverage start times are listed below for both SBS On Demand and the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app.
- What is the 2020 Tour de France schedule?
- How do I Chromecast with my Android or Apple device?
Once you have your Chromecast setup:
Open the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app, locate the casting icon () at the top of screen. Tap to connect to your casting device. Play live or videos from the app to your casting device.
- Do I need to create an account to watch the live stream?
Yes, creating an account and logging in should be simple and easy, if you're having trouble please check the following:
- Check you've entered all required fields before hitting 'submit'.
- Check the email address you've entered is correct.
- Haven't received your validation email? Check your spam or junk folder.
Mobile app support
- Where to download the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app?
The SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app is available in the Apple App Store an Google Play Store:
- What devices and OS versions do you support for the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app?
The SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app supports: iOS v9 and above / Android v7 and above.
Desktop browser support
- Why is the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker app live stream or associated videos not working?
- Please check if you have third-party Ad-blockers installed on your browser and disable these for the SBS ŠKODA Tour Tracker, then try again by refreshing the page.
- Make sure you're not using a custom DNS or VPN.
- Try another browser for comparison.
- Restart your network connection.
- Low quality of live stream
On web browsers, we support HTML5. The videos are available in adaptive bit rate format, for live stages and full stage replays.
- What browsers are supported?
Chrome, Safari, Firefox latest builds.
- Why are videos not loading on the website?
Occasionally, there are times when some users have issues watching videos on desktops and laptops. There are many reasons why this may occur, and many, if unrelated to bandwidth or connectivity issues can be resolved by manually clearing your browser's cache. We have detailed some instructions below on how to do this in supported browsers.
Google Chrome (Windows & Mac)
- Open Chrome.
- On your browser toolbar on the right hand side, click More > More Tools > Clear Browsing Data
- In the 'Clear Browsing Data' box, select the box for Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete.
- Choose beginning of time to delete everything and then click Clear Browsing Data.
Internet Explorer 11
- In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, point to Safety, and then select Delete browsing history.
- Choose the types of data or files you want to remove from your PC (in this case, cached images and temporary internet files), and then select delete.
- If deleting just cached images still does not work, repeat the process above but delete cookies.
- Click the menu button (the three lines) and choose Options.
- Select the Privacy and Security panel.
- In the Cached Web Content section, click Clear Now.
- Close the _about :preferences_ page. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.
Safari - Version 10+
- Click on Safari and then on Preferences select Privacy and then click Manage Website Data.
- Select Remove All and then in the small popup, selection Remove Now.
- In Microsoft Edge, go to More > Settings.
- Under Clear browsing data, select choose what to clear.
- Check the boxes next to any data type you’d like to clear, then select Clear.
- If you’d like, turn on the setting below the check boxes to 'Always clear this when I close the browser'.
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