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A crowd of about 35,000 spectators is anticipated to gather in Coney Island to witness Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest live.
You might require a cable TV or video streaming subscription to access local affiliate broadcast channels or major networks in order to watch July Fourth fireworks displays on your television or mobile device.

Here are some of the top live TV streaming services and gadgets to take into account if you want to sever your cable connection, not only in the USA, Canadian fan’s can enjoy the Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest to join here

How can I watch Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in Canada?

Multiple events will be held on July 4th. The women’s competition streamed on the ESPN app at 10:45 a.m. ET. The men’s competition was delayed and then canceled due to lightning. Viewer’s can watch the full competition from the USA, UK, Canada, Australia even all over the world to simply join the OTT Platform here.

During the event, participants must eat as many Nathan’s Famous hot dogs in buns as they can within a 10 minute period. Each contestant gets their own scorekeeper who notes the number of hot dogs eaten during the contest window.

A few other rules are taken into consideration:

  • Water and other beverages are permitted and help encourage the quick flow of activity.
  • Condiments are allowed, but contestants usually pass on them.
  • Partially eaten hot dogs count and hot dogs still being chewed at the end of regulation can qualify (as long as they’re successfully swallowed).
  • Penalty cards can be issued for messy eating and regurgitation.
  • Sudden death eat-offs will be put into play if there is a tie at the end of regulation.

What prizes do the winners get?

First place gets $10,000, second place gets $5,000, third place gets $2,500, fourth place gets $1,500, and fifth place gets $1,000. Additionally, the top male competitor gets a mustard yellow bedazzled belt and the top female competitor gets a pink mustard bedazzled belt.

Who are notable contest competitors to keep an eye on?

Joey Chestnut is the top male champion of all time, with 15 Nathan’s titles to his name. Chestnut holds a world record for eating 73 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Chestnut will have a dedicated camera feed on July 4th at 12:35 p.m. ET.

Miki Sudo is the top female champion of all time, with 9 Nathan’s titles to her name. Sudo holds a world record for eating 6 hot dogs in one minute.

How can you further visualize the appetites of these winners?

Per Nathan’s website, “If you laid out all of the hot dogs that past champs (since 1972) have eaten end to end, they would stretch around a baseball diamond 2.175 times!

As for the eaters themselves, World Champion Joey Chestnut and Top-ranked Female Miki Sudo look to defend their Mustard Belts during the 10-minute, all-you-can-eat contest. Last year, Chestnut ate 63 hot dogs and buns on the men’s side, while Sudo returned to the women’s competition and reclaimed the top spot after eating 40 hot dogs and buns.

Chestnut set a world record by eating 76 hot dogs and buns in 2021. Sudo’s record is 48 ½ hot dogs and buns. During the competitions, Chestnut and Sudo will have isolation cameras on them on ESPN3. The Sudo camera will begin at 11 a.m. ET. Chestnut at 12:35 p.m. ET.

Top male and female international eaters from England, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Brazil and Australia will compete in the contest. Other notable eaters for this year’s men’s and women’s competitions include: Nick Wehry, James Webb, Michelle Lesco, and Geoffrey Esper, among others.

“The Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest is the crucible through which greatness is forged,” said Major League Eating Chair George Shea. “On Independence Day 2023, we will once again celebrate the birth of this nation and the champion of the Fourth of July.”

Nathan’s Famous will also make its annual donation of 100,000 Nathan’s Famous hot dogs to the Food Bank for New York City prior to the event.

2023 Nathan’s Famous Hot-Dog Eating Contest: Broadcast Schedule

Activity Time(s) (ET) Network
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest: Women’s Competition 10:45 a.m. ESPN3 (live)
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest 12 p.m. ESPN2 (live)
2 p.m. ESPNEWS (re-air)
5 p.m. ESPN (re-air)
6 p.m. ESPNEWS (re-air)
7 p.m. ESPN2 (re-air)
11:30 p.m. ESPN2 (re-air)

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