This year, the Super Bowl is going to look a little nicer than usual.
Super Bowl LVII is set to be played at 6:30 p.m. ET in State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and be between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.
FOX will be broadcasting the game this year. Throughout the regular season and playoffs, FOX has shown a few of the regular season games, as well as all of its playoff games in 4K.
Once again, the network will be broadcasting the Super Bowl in 4K.
There are a couple of methods to stream it in 4K on the Apple TV 4K, which include the following.
The first is by subscribing to either fuboTV or YouTube TV that have the FOX 4K channel on their services.
However, the more accessible option will be through the FOX Sports and FOX NOW apps. FOX is enabling users to stream the game through those apps for free and there will be no need this time to log in with any sort of TV provider credentials.
Additionally, the same streaming methods can be used to stream the halftime performance that will be performed by Rihanna and sponsored by Apple Music.
How will you be streaming the Super Bowl live this year? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.
My 1st choice wil be YouTube. I’ll heck to make sure of the FOX 4K, if not then on to one of the other choices available.