There is no doubt that the Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the United States, so the NFL will be doing their best to ensure as many eyes as possible will be tuning in on Feb. 2 when the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos battle for the Lombardi Trophy.
On Wednesday, FOX announced that they will be streaming Super Bowl XLVIII on their FOX Sports Go app.
The app was previously used throughout the playoffs, but only users with certain television providers were allowed to access the live stream. For the Super Bowl, FOX will make the app free and open to everyone on a computer and mobile device.
This will be the first time in the league’s history that the league will stream the Super Bowl through a mobile app.
Over the past two seasons, the Super Bowl was streamed through web browsers by NBC and CBS, but FOX is taking advantage of the available technology to reach a much wider audience.
So if you are on the go and worried about missing the big game, all you will need to do is download the app and tune in to see who comes away as the NFL champion.