Formula E's rise in popularity means that you can now watch the sport in almost every corner of the globe. Below is a summary of which platforms will broadcast the series opener in Diriyah, due to get underway on February 26th.
United Kingdom - The good news for UK-based Formula E fans is that you can watch the first race on the 26th for free without having to pay for a subscription. The Diriyah E-Prix will be shown on the BBC, so all you need is a license fee in order to access race coverage. For practice sessions, the Formula E YouTube channel will have you covered, as indeed its official Facebook page and website. The second race on Sunday will be broadcast on Eurosport only, which will require a paid subscription for online viewing.
United States - Just like in the UK, practice sessions are available to stream live on the Formula E website, its official Facebook page, and its YouTube channel. For qualifying and both E-Prix races, CBS has you covered. Qualifying is available on CBS Online, while the E-Prix events can also be found across the CBS Sports Network.
Australia - Aussie Viewers will not only be able to watch practice sessions on the Formula E website, Facebook page and YouTube channel, they will also be able to catch qualifying on there as well. For the E-Prix itself, Fox 507 remains the home of Formula E for the duration of the 2020 season.
India - To watch both practice sessions, Indian viewers can go to the Formula E website, its official Facebook page, or its YouTube channel. Hotstar is the only platform that is currently showing qualifying, while it also has rights for the E-Prix races on Friday and Saturday alongside Star Sports Select 2.