Cord Cutters Guide to Watching the Super Bowl

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Super Bowl 54 will takes place in Florida on February 2nd at 6:30pm ET / 3:30pm PT. It’ll be televised by Fox. How in the world does a cord cutter watch the Super Bowl LIV this Sunday? How can a diehard San Francisco 49ers fan watch them dis destroy the no chance having Kansas City Chiefs? Sorry this is not going post is going to be like the impeachment of the president of the united states; very much skipping data/facts. This year’s biggest sports event of the year is a yearly phenomenon. However for the first time in a long time; the game will be exciting and for a large part unpredictable. You may want to watch it for more than the million-dollar commercials or the half-time concert. So back to the question at hand; How in the world does a cord cutter watch the Super Bowl LIV this Sunday? Back in the day the only way to watch the Super Bowl was to have a cable, satellite or good old antennas. The option is that you could always be social and head out to your local sports bar. Hold on buddy, there are plenty of 4K streaming choices too.

If you have a streaming service

Cord-cutters! My people. There a so many ways to watch the “big game” this weekend. Easiest way is a live TV streaming service that carries Fox. Good thing for you there a good crop you can choose from. YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, Sling TV and Fubo TV all carry the Fox network. have include Fox. I think this is a great weekend to give Fubo TV try if you don’t currently subscribe to any of these services, and then cancel afterward should it you not love it. Aside from having great interface it is the only live TV streaming service that will air the Super Bowl in stunning 4K. Now for the fine print. Not all of these TV services carry live local channels nationwide. You should check on the website of the streaming service to see if they do in you location.

You made it to the end! Good job.. Do this.

Forget everything I said above. You can watch the Super Bowl this Sunday in full 4K HDR directly from the source. You can watch the game on the Fox Sports and Fox Now apps. You can download these apps to pretty much every device from your Smart TV, smart phone, Roku Ultra, AppleTV, FireTV and Xbox. If you don’t live in the states; you can use the NFL’s international game pass streaming service. Take advantage of the which seven-day free trial.

The Techie Stuff

  • The game is produced in 1080p HDR and upconverted to 4K HDR
  • The game won’t be “true” 4K.
  • The only way to watch a 4K broadcast is with a 4K TV and a 4K-compatible streaming device
  • To stream 4K HDR, you need internet connection of at least 25Mbps

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