The Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, February 7, and we have all the information you need on how to watch all the action (and commercials) – no matter where you are.
Super Bowl 50 takes place in Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California; Kick off is at 6:30 P.M. EST on CBS. For those who are on the go or overseas, here is how you can stream the game for free:
PC: you can stream the game for free using the CBS.com site– no cable subscription required!
*ESPN is also streaming the game, but only in Spanish, on ESPN Deportes.
Overseas: for those traveling internationally and serving in the military, you can watch using the NFL Game Pass video service, which costs $99 a year.
Set-Top Devices: you can stream for free on Apple TV, Xbox One, Fire, Chromecast and Roku TV using the CBS Sports app or the NFL app- again, no subscription necessary.
As for smartphones, unless you are a Verizon customer you are out of luck. Verizon bought the exclusive right to mobile streaming, so only Verizon customers can stream using a mobile device via the Verizon Go90 App* or the NFL Mobile app.
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