With roughly a third of American households expected to tune in, the Super Bowl is poised to be the most-watched television event of the year.
If you’re like a lot of people cutting the traditional cable, don’t fret. CBS does broadcasting right for the big game, and THEY ARE AWESOME. Providing live streaming, allows you to watch the game easily and best of all, for free. There’s no catch, no gimmicks, and no logins or passwords needed.
You can watch the game live by streaming on your Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, or even your computer, laptop or tablet.
Don’t know how to stream CBS Sports? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with these 5 easy steps.
Step 1: Obtain a streaming device such as an Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, or even your computer, laptop, or tablet.
Step 2: Download the CBS Sports streaming app: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl/live/player
Step 3: Don’t worry about gimmicks, logins, or passwords. It will simply play. It’s that easy!
Step 4: Tune in Sunday, February 7th at 6:30 PM EST.
Step 5: Avoid Uncle Rudy’s tuna dip casserole and enjoy the game (and commercials)!
US subscription streaming services that carry the Super Bowl
- CBS All Access (starts at $6 per month)
- DirecTV Now (starts at $40 per month)
- FuboTV (starts at $40 per month)
- Hulu with Live TV (starts at $40 per month)
- PlayStation Vue (starts at $45 per month)
- YouTube TV (starts at $40 per month)