The X Games Summer 2019 is here and brings with it a range of extreme sports from skateboarding to Moto X. Here's how you can watch the action live in the UK.

When is the X Games Summer 2019?

This year the games take place between 1 and 4 August in Minneapolis, USA.

What channel is X Games Summer 2019 on?

For this summer, the X Games are being shown across ESPN and ABC. You can also check out the official YouTube channel.

How to watch X Games live

Since those are the two channels, you're best off watching live via ESPN in the UK. The service is available via BT Sport for example.

You can also watch with the dedicated ESPN Player – since there's a 7-day trial, you can watch all the X Games for free this way. In the US, there's also ESPN+ that lets you watch on demand. It costs $4.99 per month and allows access from Fire devices, Chromecast, Oculus Go, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and more.

There are a few places you can stream the X Games. Some options are geography restricted so you may not have access unless you use a VPN (see the best ones here and the best VPN deals here).

You can stream the X Games using the ABC App available for free for Android and iOS. Again, access depends on geographic availability and you may need to verify your TV provider account to watch. You can see ABC's FAQs here.

X Games Summer 2019 schedule

You can see a full schedule of the events here but this is what will be shown live on ESPN. Note that dates and times are UK.

2 August – 2:00am

  • Moto X Step Up Final
  • Skateboard Vert Final

3 August – 2:00am

  • Skateboard Park Final
  • Moto X Quarterpipe High Air Final
  • BMX Big Air Final
  • Moto X Freestyle Final

3 August – 6:00pm

  • BMX Park Final
  • Moto X Best Trick Final
  • Skateboard Big Air Final
  • Skateboard Street Final

4 August – 12:00am

  • BMX Street Final
  • BMX Dirt Final
  • Moto X Best Whip Final

4 August – 6:00pm

  • Skateboard Street Final
  • Harley-Davidson Hooligan Racing
  • BMX Park Best Trick Final