How to stream Super Bowl 54

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Super Bowl 54

We are now less than a week from Super Bowl 54 and that means that it is time to find out how you are going to stream the game this year.

For starters, this game will be the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers. The winner of the game will get the Vince Lombardi Trophy, which goes to the winner of the Super Bowl each year.

The game will be played on Sunday, February 2, 2020, beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. It will be broadcasted on FOX, where Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be commentating during the game. Demi Lovato is set to perform the National Anthem, with Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performing at the halftime show.

To stream the game, the obvious thing you will need will be a live TV streaming service like YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV or VidGo. Each service has one-week free trials available, but be sure that if you are going to sign up for it that they have your local FOX affiliate.

However, what will make the game even more interesting this year is that the game is going to be broadcasted in 4K resolution for the first time ever. The only bad part is that you can’t get from your average TV provider like cable, satellite or most live TV streaming services.

The good news is that we do have a way for you to stream the game in 4K. It’s actually easier to do than what you might think.

You can stream the game in 4K by watching the game through the FOX Sports app or FOXSports website. Another way will be through the FOX Sports 4K channel available exclusively through fuboTV. This does include the FOX Sports GO app too, but you will need to sign-in with your TV provider in order to stream the game from that app.

A method that some may not think of is Locast, which is available in select markets. Still though, it is a great way to stream local channels for free.

Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, VidGo, fuboTV, Locast, FOX Sports and the FOX Sports GO apps are available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

We hope you are able to enjoy the game. Please let us know in the comments how you are going to be streaming this game this year, as well as tweet us photos of your streaming setup to our Twitter account (@appleosophy).

David Becker
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