The milestone 50th NFL Super Bowl will be live streaming over-the-internet through CBS’s multiple platforms, and for the first time will be available on streaming media players such as Apple TV (3rd and 4th generation models only), Amazon Fire TV, Android TV (Sony, Sharp and Phillips TVs), Chromecast, and Roku, as well as the Xbox One game console.
To use a device to stream the Super Bowl just download the free CBS Sports App for each corresponding media player. Be sure to have a consistent bandwidth connection — in some cases a wired connection is best.
Live-streaming on mobile devices, however, will only be available to eligible Verizon Wireless customers using the NFL Mobile App. The app is free to download but must be authenticated in order to stream the Super Bowl.
On PCs, those who want to live-stream Super Bowl 50 can do so through CBSSports.com using an internet browser such as FireFox, Safari, Chrome, or Internet Explorer.
Of course, the traditional way to watch the Super Bowl is on CBS’s broadcast channel, just be sure to tune-in to the HD broadcast of the event. And, be sure to set your 4k or HDTV to sports mode if available.
Super Bowl 50 featuring the Carolina Panthers vs. the Denver Broncos kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 7th. Pre-game coverage from CBS starts at 2 p.m. ET across all platforms.