If you are looking forward to watching the Big Game on Sunday but do not have a cable/satellite subscription or don’t receive CBS over-the-air, you are not out of luck. You will be able to watch Super Bowl 50 if you have an Internet connection and live inside of the United States.
CBS is offering multiple options to stream the game. From a computer, you can stream the game on CBSSports.com in your browser. This includes the full pre-game coverage, beginning at 2pm ET, and with kickoff at 6:30pm ET. There is no cost and no registration required to watch the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos.
Other options for the game include using native apps for XBOX One, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Windows 10. The apps have varying amounts of functionality, such as alternative camera angles, full screen display, closed captions, a Gamecenter to tell more about the players, and a Super Bowl Commercials queue.
Lastly, if you are a Verizon customer, you can watch Super Bowl 50 through the NFL Mobile app. There are lots of great options to watch the game for cord cutters or those away from home.