Fox Sports is set to stream the Super Bowl for free on desktop and iPad as part of promotion for its Fox Sports Go app with a free, one day preview reports variety.
Fans will be able to log on at 12am ET on Sunday 2nd all the way until 3am on Monday 3rd, and such will not miss a single minute of the clash between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
They will be able to watch preview show coverage, the game itself - including the half time show by Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers - as well as content from Fox Sports 1 and 2.
In 2012, NBC was the first broadcaster to stream the Super Bowl on the Internet for free, attracting 2.1 million users.
CBS followed suit with last year’s Super Bowl, and 3 million users watched the live stream on CBSSports.com, up 43% from the previous year.
No word yet if viewers outside of the United States will be able to use the service.
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