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How to stream the Super Bowl from anywhere in the world

How to stream the Super Bowl from anywhere in the world

Whether you’re traveling on business or living abroad, grab a plate of chicken wings and crack open a cold one, because it’s almost time for the biggest game in football. Here’s how to stream Super Bowl 2020 for free regardless of where you are in the world.

Super Bowl 54 is potentially going to be the most-watched Super Bowl of all time. Last year, a record number of people watched the New England Patriots score another Super Bowl ring, both on TV and via streaming around the world. This year, there are more online options than ever before.

When is Super Bowl 2020?

The game kicks off on Sunday, February 2, in Miami, Florida at 6:30pm EST.

For those in the U.S., the game will be broadcast live on FOX.

How to stream Super Bowl 2020 from outside America

FOX’s streaming options are only available for those in the U.S. But fear not, we have a solution to help you bypass content restrictions based on your location and watch NFL football from London to Lisbon to Lichuan. In other words, no matter what continent you’re in, in which country—providing you’ve got an internet connection—we’ve got you covered.

Here’s how it works:

Stream Super Bowl 2019

Step 1: Download Hotspot Shield VPN on your mobile or desktop device (wherever you want to stream the game).

Step 2: Change the server location within the Hotspot Shield app to “United States.”

Step 3: With Hotspot Shield connected, go to your FOX NFL streaming site.

Step 4: Super Bowl 2020 will now be unblocked, regardless of where in the world you are.

How to stream Super Bowl 2020 for free without cable

What if you’re not abroad but you don’t have a cable subscription and still want to watch the game live for free. With Hotspot Shield connected, you can simply head straight to the many online streaming sites and enjoy all the action.

What is Hotspot Shield VPN?

Hotspot Shield VPN is a tool designed to protect your online security from hackers. It works by providing a secure “tunnel” for your data to travel through, ensuring anonymity and protection from prying eyes. If you’re ever on unsecured public WiFi—like at a coffee shop, in a hotel, or at the airport—then Hotspot Shield VPN is a must.

And yet Hotspot Shield VPN does far more than just protect your online privacy and security. By masking your IP address, Hotspot Shield VPN can make it appear as if you’re browsing on a totally different computer in an entirely different country.  This is how you can watch Super Bowl 2020 from anywhere.

By using Hotspot Shield VPN to pick a server in a different geographical location—specifically, in this case, a server located in the United States—it will now appear to others as if you’re not sat in a remote hotel in Leipzig, for example, rather you’re actually sat at the Hilton in Long Beach.

This means that, when you now try to stream the game via FOX, you’ll have the same, unrestricted access as anyone else in the United States—even though you’re actually thousands of miles away.

So there you go. That’s how to stream Super Bowl 2020 from anywhere in the world. No matter the country, no matter the language, the biggest game in football is now available on an unrestricted computer screen near you—it’s literally as quick and easy as that.

And if you want to learn more about how you can stream NFL games live without cable, including an NFL Game Pass hack, be sure to read our in-depth guide. And click the button below to download Hotspot Shield VPN for free.

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Alex Lloyd Alex Lloyd heads Pango's content department. Before joining the team, he was a former professional race car driver—competing in the Indianapolis 500 four times—and has spent the past decade writing content for major publications such as Yahoo and CNN.

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