With the biggest sporting event of the year less than a week away, it's time to start planning where and how you'll be watching Super Bowl 50. Luckily, with the proliferation of streaming boxes and TV apps, you have plenty of options for watching the game on just about any device you want.
Remember: Regardless of which method you choose, the broadcast starts at 6:30 PM EST this Sunday, February 7th.
The Super Bowl rotates annually among the major networks (minus ABC), and this year's game will be televised on CBS. That means it should be available to virtually all cable and satellite subscribers, as well as those who own a HDTV antenna and live within the broadcast radius of a local CBS station.
TV and Tablet Streaming
This year, you can stream the Super Bowl via the CBS Sports app on Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, and Xbox One. You can also watch through the tablet app for Android and iOS, and you can even watch it on Windows 10 devices.
Unfortunately, if you want to watch the game on your Android or iOS phone, it needs to be running on Verizon's network.
CBS states that you can only stream the game on phones with Verizon's NFL Mobile app.
PC and Mac Streaming
Last but not least, computer users can stream the game directly from CBSSports.com.
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