Super Bowl 2017 Live Steam: Super Bowl 2017 is all set to kick in. The grand event and show will take place at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas on February 5, 2017.
The big game will be televised nationally in the US by Fox. The Super Bowl is a fan festival with events like Super Bowl Live, which is a free event for you to experience the most amazing food, music, and attractions ever.
With more than a million people expected to attend the event this year, the Super Bowl committee volunteers ensure that the event is a success.
Here are the Super Bowl 51 (LI) details -
- Date: Sunday, February 5, 2017, and Time: 6:30 PM [ET]
- Halftime show by Lady Gaga and TV Broadcaster: Fox Network
- Stadium: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
This year will be the 51st Super Bowl and the 47th NFL championship game. It's a faceoff between American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) to decide the champions for 2017.
The game also represents the 50th anniversary year of Super Bowl, which was started on January 15, 1967.
Watching the game Super Bowl 51 on phone
If you are Verizon Wireless customer and have been complaining about higher bills, you won't have to complain ever again as being a Verizon subscriber will pay off.
Verizon has an exclusive agreement with NFL, making it the only wireless service provider whose subscribers can stream live games on smartphones.
Just download the Go90 app (available for both iOS / Android) before the kickoff scheduled for 6:30 PM ET take place, and you will be all set. You can also watch it via NFL Mobile app (iOS / Android) but is strictly limited to Verizon customers.
However, if you are using another carrier, the best way is a live Periscope stream.
Watching the game Super Bowl LI on tablet
Thank god that the Verizon's live streaming pact is exclusively for smartphones. If you are using an iPad or tablet, you can install the CBS Sports app to watch Super Bowl 51. You can load live CBS stream from the CBS Sports website in Safari or Chrome.
Watching Super Bowl 2017 Live on a PC
One of the easiest ways to watch Super Bowl 2017 is via CBSSports.com. Just view the big game on your desktop as it progresses. If you are a Windows 10 user, a dedicated CBS app comes to your rescue.
You don't need a cable subscription to stream Super Bowl.
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Watching it on game console
So, you might not prefer the big and fancy TV, in that case, you have other boxes to stream. Super Bowl 51 can be streamed via Xbox One, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Google's Chromecast.
There is a CBS sports app available for making viewing available on these products.