The 50th edition of the Super Bowl is happening this Sunday at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. There are several reasons to watch this game, obviously, the main reason would be if you are a fan of the sport and you want to see how the Denver Broncos play against the Carolina Panthers. Even if you don’t like the sport that much, perhaps you’re a fan of the various artists that will be performing at the game, such as Lady Gaga who will sing the National Anthem or Coldplay, which is taking care of the halftime show along Beyonc© and Bruno Mars as their guests. Maybe you’re expecting to see the commercials during the show, which have become famous for their high production values. Some movie studios will debut trailers for their upcoming films or exclusive content, so that might be interesting to watch as well.
Besides the typical broadcasting options to watch the Big Game or going somewhere else to watch it, here are a few options in case you want to stream it. CBS will be streaming the Super Bowl (with all of the ads) through the CBS Sports App, which is available in many set-top boxes like Amazon’s Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One and Apple TV. Those interested just need to download the app for their respective device and the game can be streamed for free, even without a cable subscription. ESPN Deportes will also be televising the Super Bowl, but it will only be available in Spanish.
From a laptop, users can stream the Super Bowl from the CBS Sports website. In case you want to watch it in a mobile device, it is important to notice that Verizon bought the rights for the Super Bowl, so only smartphones or tablets that use a service plan from the company will be able to stream it through the Verizon Go90 App or the official NFL Mobile app. If your location is outside the U.S., you will be able to stream the game from the NFL Game Pass video service, which requires a subscription fee of $99 annually.