It’s time for the big game. What game? Just kidding you know it’s Super Bowl. What happen if you are one of those that have cut the cord? Don’t worry you won’t be stuck watching the the Bud Bowl. I mean Puppy Bowl. You can still watch the Super Bowl without cable or a great over the air signal. As you might have guessed the Super Bowl is the most-watched night of television every year. This Super Bowl LI on February 5th will be no different. Well nevermind, it will be pretty different in that the whole game will be in able to be watched in 360, VR and also streamed.
Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots battle it out at 6:30pm Eastern in NRG stadium in Houston Texas. The game will be on Fox but you will be able to watch it on a multitude of streaming devices & over the air. The Super Bowl will be on Fox and to watch it you will have to have a cable plan, an antenna, or streaming devices. If you have a Roku, Xbox One, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Windows device, iPhone, Android, a tablet or even web browser you are in luck. If you Verizon you stream the game via NFL Mobile from for free.
All you need to is download the Fox Sports Go app or the NFL app. Since this is such a big game. It’s the big game. The only game that really matters when it comes to ratings. The only bad thing is that you ordinarily need to a cable log in. However you don’t need authentication for this game. For this game the Fox Sports app will let you see the game from the perspective of any player on the field. It will feature a new 360-degree camera and software from Intel.
The apps you need:
PlayStation Vue, Sling or DirecTV’s
Fox Sports Go app or the NFL app
Fox Sports VR app. (Requires a cable subscription & VR headset obviously you’ll be able to watch the game from six different viewpoints)
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