For the second year in a row, the NFL will be streaming Sunday’s Super Bowl live on the web and mobile devices.
If you aren’t going to be in front of a TV tomorrow night at 6:30pm ET, here are your options for catching the game:
CBS has the TV broadcast for the Super Bowl this year as well as the web streaming rights. Head on over to CBS Sports on Sunday night to catch the game and all of the festivities. The stream begins at 6pm ET.
Enjoy the game everyone and Go Niners!
For the first time ever, the Super Bowl will be streamed live on the Web and Mobile.
Beginning at 2pm, NBC will be streaming the game coverage on NBCSports.com.
For those of you not near a TV or computer, Verizon will also be streaming the game via the free NFL Mobile app. The app is available for both Android and iOS devices.
While you are online or on your mobile device, you may be looking for ways to interact with the game, its advertisers and other fans. Check out my previous Super Bowl posts to find out the many ways you can engage with the game experience this year.
Enjoy the game and Go Pats!
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