Super Bowl LVII will be played on Sunday, February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona with kickoff time at 4:30 p.m, and in this article, we will explain to you how to watch it from anywhere in the world. Let’s get ready for the playoffs and the Big Game.
What the fuss is about?
Super Bowl is one of the most watched and anticipated annual sporting events in history. American football gains popularity day by day in different parts of the globe, and some of the regular season games this year broke all kinds of viewership records.
So that you understand, it’s not just a game – it’s a moment when more than a hundred million diehard fans get together with their eyes glued to TVs rooting for their favorite football team (and wreck their city afterward. Sorry, Eagles fans). Such an enormous audience of the Big Game attracts advertisers like bees to honey. Even though the ratings for the Super Bowl LV were a bit lower than usual, supposedly due to a global pandemic with its attendance restrictions, still, $5,500,000 will get you only 30 seconds of airtime for your commercial.
The Halftime Show 2023
This year’s event promises to be a blast, considering that the Halftime show will be graced by pop music royalty Rihanna. Last year we saw a great performance by rap and R&B legends: Dr.Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, and Mary J Blige. This year’s Halftime Show is going to be amazing.
Who will win Super Bowl 2023 LVII?
Considering the beatings every Eagles’ rival took on the way to the Super Bowl, there is no denying that the Philly team is the favorite to take the ring. Of course, the Bengals and the Chiefs are formidable opponents, but the bookies unanimously favor the Eagles. Me personally, I’m still a bit salty over the Bills blowout. So, go Eagles!
How to watch Super Bowl 2023 from anywhere in the world?
Now let’s get to the good stuff. If you’re reading this, then there’s a high possibility that you want to find out how to tackle the geo-restrictions like a 250 lbs middle linebacker. Those janky livestreaming sites are more than likely to let you down. So here’s the deal, why mess up your Super Bowl experience looking for a pirated stream with annoying gambling banners all over the screen, midgame disconnections, and unpleasant surprises like malware on your laptop, when you can just turn on the good ol’ VPN and enjoy the official broadcast in high definition? How to do it? Sit down and listen.
- Sign up to ZoogVPN and choose a plan (we have a free one too).
- Download and install the ZoogVPN client for your device
- Connect to the appropriate VPN node depending on which channel you prefer.
Here is the list of the channels that will broadcast the Super Bowl LVI in different countries:
- The United States – NBC Sports, Peacock, Sling TV (Free trial), fuboTV (Free trial), Youtube TV
- United Kingdom – BBC One (iPlayer) (FREE), Sky Sports
- Canada – CTV (FREE), DAZN
- Australia – Channel 7 (FREE), ESPN
- France – BeIN Sport
- Mexico – Azteca 7 (FREE), ESPN
- Germany – ProSieben (FREE), DAZN
Connecting to a US VPN server and then signing up for a NBC Sports account might be the easiest and the most logical option. We also have a detailed guide on how to watch NBC’s Peacock TV online. Don’t forget to convert the kickoff time according to your timezone.
Prepare some snacks and crack open a cold one with your boys – the Big Game is coming.
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