How to Stream the 2022 Super Bowl and Puppy Bowl
If you’re like most Americans, you have the Super Bowl and Puppy Bowl on your bucket list of television events to stream live this year. With the digital video recorder (DVR) already in your pocket, you can make sure you never miss any of the action between your two favorite teams. The DVR feature on your smartphone will ensure that no matter where you are, you won’t miss the big game or Puppy Bowl LIII! Let’s get started…
Learn about these streaming services
There are a few different ways to stream the Super Bowl. All of them have pros and cons, so it’s important that you weigh your options carefully before making a decision. Here are four popular streaming services you might be interested in:
*Sling TV has live TV coverage from CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, The CW, FS1 as well as truTV and FX *PlayStation Vue offers live sports on ESPN*, NFL Network*, and MLB Network* *DIRECTV NOW has 45 channels with local news networks available nationwide in most areas **FuboTV will broadcast Fox Sports and the big games will be available on demand after they air.
Know your options for each service
Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just need some cuteness for your Sunday, both the Super Bowl and Puppy Bowl are available for streaming. If you want to watch from home, you’ll need an internet connection of at least 5Mbps download speed.
If you prefer a mobile device or set-top box like Roku, Android TV, Apple TV or Xbox One, your internet connection needs at least 3Mbps. For this option, however, make sure your device is connected to Wi-Fi with a good connection strength so that it can stream reliably.
Set up your account now
In order to stream this next year’s Puppy Bowl, you will need a streaming service. To get the best experience for your money, we recommend Hulu with Live TV. Hulu lets you watch live television broadcasts, as well as shows that were on at any time in the past several days. It also comes with its own extensive video library of films and shows. The only downside is that you can’t watch every single show in their catalog with a subscription; they have thousands of options and many require an additional fee or monthly payment plan.
In order to stream next year’s Super Bowl, however, you will need a different streaming service.
Make sure you have a good internet connection
The first step is figuring out if you have a strong enough internet connection. You will want the recommended download speed of 3 Mbps for streaming in HD, or 2 Mbps for streaming in SD (standard definition). Check your speeds using an online bandwidth testing service or app on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
If you’re getting around 700kbps – 1Mbps download speeds: don’t expect a perfect stream without waiting. Keep checking back as your connection continues to improve.
If you are able to get download speeds higher than 3Mbps in HD: happy streaming! For now, we recommend NFL Game Pass which lets you stream all regular season games live with DVR functionality for $54.99 per year when billed annually.
Get a TV or device with built-in streaming capabilities
If you do not have a TV with streaming capabilities, there are two other ways to stream the games. First, if you have a computer with an HDMI cable, connect your computer to your TV so you can watch it on your big screen. Secondly, download an app for your phone that streams video on demand (VOD). With these options, you will be able to enjoy this amazing year’s events no matter where you are!
Set it up now before the game!
Watching sports on TV is always more fun with friends. And watching with friends can be even more fun when you all are trying to predict who will win! If you’re not up for buying a whole new TV just for this one event, don’t worry! This post has some tips on how to stream the Super Bowl or Puppy Bowl in January, 2022.
Watch with friends!
It’s that time of year again! With just days left until Feb. 3, you’re scrambling to figure out how you’ll watch the live feeds of both Super Bowl LVI on NBC and The Puppy Bowl XIII on Animal Planet. But before you start pulling your hair out, here are five ways you can stream without having to pay for a cable package or satellite dish installation.
-Streaming channels like Hulu with Live TV offer tons of channels–including NBC–along with a cloud DVR so you can catch up later. You can also set it up so that if your internet drops during the game, your program will still keep playing in progress.
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