Super Bowl LI will be streamed online and this is how to watch it

If you're a football fan, Super Bowl Sunday is considered by most as the holy grail of the season, even if your team didn't make it to the end. As millions will tune in across the United States, those without TV service might think that they will be left out in the cold, but luckily the game will be streamed online.

In order to take advantage of the free broadcast, make sure you have the latest version of Google Chrome, Safari or Microsoft Edge and navigate to FOXSports.com or FOXSportsGo.com. If you're looking to get the most out of the day, you'll want to go with FOXSportsGo as it will offer more content like a pregame show with interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Although FOXSportsGo generally requires authentication, during the Super Bowl, it will be unlocked for all viewers.

If you're one that likes to tune in for the commercials, be forewarned as the commercials on the stream, might not coincide with the ones on the TV broadcast. Luckily, Fox has a solution with its hub, where it will host all the Super Bowl commercials as they become available. If the above wasn't enough, you'll also have the option of watching the game in VR.

Unfortunately, those outside the US will not be able to enjoy the content as it will have region restrictions. Also, just to make sure things are working properly, you'll probably want to head to the website a bit early just to make sure things are working. If you are experiencing an issue, be sure to check FOX's help page.

Super Bowl LI between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots will start at 3:30p PT / 6:30p ET on February 5.

Source: FOX Sports

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