After long wait, the Super Bowl 54 is finally happening at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, with the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs facing off against each other for the NFL championship title. For the first time ever, football fans will be able to watch and live stream the Super Bowl LIV in both 4K and HDR. It’s the finale of the work Fox Sports has been setting up earlier this season, which saw the first televised NFL games in 4K for Thursday Night Football.
So for the Super Bowl LIV 2020, the game between the 49ers and Chiefs will still be recorded in the HLG HDR format. The HLG stream will still be implemented for traditional broadcasts on DirecTV, Dish, Altice Optimum, Verizon Fios, Xfinity, and FuboTV. The Super Bowl is one of the most watched sporting events of the year, and the massive number of viewers has caused a plethora of issues in the past for normal HD video live streams.
When does the Super Bowl start?
The Super Bowl 2020 game between the Chiefs and 49ers kicks off at 6:30pm ET, or 3:30pm PT.
What TV station is the Super Bowl 54 on?
Fox is the TV network with the official rights to broadcast the Super Bowl this year.
How to watch the Super Bowl LIV on smart TV?
You can watch the Super Bowl 54 on Fox Sports, Fox Now, or the NFL app. This will work on most top-of-the-box streaming devices, including Apple TV, Samsung TVs, Roku, Xbox One, Fire TV, Android TV, and Google Chromecast.
How to watch Super Bowl in 4K HDR format?