Everything You Need to Stream Super Bowl 2019 Live Without Commercials

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(Newswire.net — January 31, 2019) — So, we heard you don’t have cable but would still like to enjoy the Super Bowl 2019. We’ve got plenty of options and you will love every single one of them.

No matter where you are in the world and what device you’re streaming from, you can stream Super Bowl live free of content restrictions and commercial popups.

First things first, when is Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl LIII has a kick-off time pegged for 6:30 PM ET on 3 Feb 2019. We advise that you check your local time to confirm when the game will be starting in your area so you don’t miss out on any of the action.

What network will be airing the Superbowl this year?

It has been announced from before the start of the season that CBS will have the honor of broadcasting the Super Bowl 2019.

The good news is that CBS will not only be offering the game via their cable TV service. You can head over to their official website or even use their dedicated app to catch the game.

Did we mention it’s free and does not require a login?

Who are the presenters on call?

If you have been following sports broadcasts on CBS, you should already know that this year’s Super Bowl will seeJim Nantz and Tomy Romo running their mouths at almost as fast as the players running across the field.

We are excited to have Romo on call this year. Since joining CBS last season, he has risen fast to become a force to be reckoned with when it comes to beautiful and insightful analysis.

This being his first Super Bowl, we expect to get nothing but the best from him. 

Where can I stream Super Bowl online?

You have a lot of options at your disposal.

We have curated a list of top streaming services which offer CBS – the channel that we so happen to be interested in right now.

Note that almost all, if not all, of theseservices also offer free trial packages (up to 14 days). You can take advantage of this and watch Super Bowl for free before deciding to commit to them or not.

Another good one is that they are highly compatible with a host of streaming devices that you might have around.

Shall we?

  • Hulu with Live TV: With plans starting at $39.99/ month and a 7-day free trial to boot, Hulu with Live TV can be used to stream the CBS channel (and ultimately, Super Bowl) on all of Roku, Apple TV 4K, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox One
  • fuboTV: This is one channel that has been specially dedicated to sports. The price is set at $49.99/ month and comes with a 7-day free trial too. You get to stream this service on all of the supported screens above too.
  • PlayStation Vue: You can get this service for as low as $49.99/ month, and that can climb up to $79.99 too, depending on what you want. The first 5 days of use are offered for free and it streams on PS4, in addition to all of the services mentioned above
  • YouTube TV: Being the largestcurator of videos in the world, the YouTube TV package offers CBS and other channels from $40/ month. It needs no telling that it would stream on Google Chromecast and Android TV.

In addition, you can also stream with this service on Roku, Apple TV and Xbox One.

Can I watch the game free?


For those in the US and other supported regions, the best thing to do is go through the above-mentioned services and use their free trial packages. If you are in the UK, you get to enjoy the game via BBC One on TVPlayer.com

In addition to TVPlayer being free, the BBC One platform also makes it possible to stream the game without commercials of any kind.

What if I’m not in the UK?

No problem.

Go ahead and get yourself a VPN. Connect to a UK server location and from there, get onto the TVPlayer platform. You can then stream the game via BBC One and enjoy the zero commercials deal.

The above fix works for anyone from anywhere in the world. Even if your country is not part of the 170 supported regions where the game is supposed to be broadcasted, you can always get the best feel of the game with a VPN.


We made a promise and kept to it. How about you get started on making sure you never miss the Super Bowl LIII?