As well as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, athletics, track cycling, football 5-a-side, football 7-a-side, judo, powerlifting, sitting volleyball, swimming, table tennis, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair fencing, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair tennis will be live streamed.
All other sports will feature in the daily highlights which will be streamed each day, as well as two news shows.
The IPC will also upload athlete interviews and other original content to the Dailymotion channel.
Craig Spence, IPC director of media and communications said: “We’re really excited that during Rio 2016 we will be live streaming 72 hours of sport each day across 15 channels. It will mean that fans from around the world can either watch the Games on TV or on Paralympic.org.
“We’re really excited to be working with Dailymotion for the first time, to use their publisher network and bring the Paralympic Games to new audiences. Strategically Dailymotion is a really good choice for the IPC. Half of their user base is located in Asia – the location of the next three Paralympic Games.
“Although the IPC has strong broadcast partners in South Korea, Japan and China, we hope that using Dailymotion’s publisher network during Rio 2016 will help the IPC to build on that for the Games to come.”
Maxime Saada, Dailymotion CEO said: "It’s our particular goal to distribute content that captivates and engages our existing community of over 400M global visitors. Our global audience will enjoy the Rio 2016 Paralympics and the Dailymotion player, and our accessibility features will satisfy the public who will discover Dailymotion through this great event."