How to stream Super Bowl LII live
Hopefully you've already sorted how you're going to watch the game, but if you're looking for a way to watch it on the go, or just need a backup plan in case something goes wrong, you can view this year's Super Bowl through the NBC Sports app or just visit NBCSports.com.
Live-streaming the Super Bowl
The app itself is free but in order to view content you need to have a subscription to a cable or satellite service that includes NBCSN. The app's listing in the Microsoft Store has a full list.
The benefit of using the NBC Sports app is that you can view the game anywhere in the US where you have an internet connection. The app is available on Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and Xbox One.
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Kickoff for Super Bowl LII is a at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday February 4th, so make sure to get out and prep for the big game. Let us know in the comments how you're getting ready for the event and who you think is going to win.
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