The Super Bowl 2013 will be live streaming online as well as televised for hungry football fans on Sunday, Feb. 2, with the Ravens vs. 49ers under the spotlight. Baltimore and San Francisco will compete for the ultimate prize in football, the Lombardi trophy, with New Orleans hosting the latest edition of the big game.
The Super Bowl 2013 live stream video will be presented online thanks to CBS Sports, who just so happens to be this year's official broadcaster of the game. A report from TIME via Yahoo! News indicates that the game will be there for fans to watch free of charge on the internet, with a caveat. It's pointed out that coverage of the game will only be live streamed in the U.S. and its territories, Puerto Rico and Bermuda. Those outside of the specified areas are out of luck with the CBS live streaming feed.
For television, viewers will be able to watch on CBS and its local affiliate stations around the country. The game's kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. EST with plenty of pre-game coverage happening ahead of the start. Expect interviews, analysis of the teams, predictions of who will win, and much more. The game itself will feature the Baltimore Ravens facing off against the San Francisco 49ers. There will also be Beyonce performing at the halftime show with Destiny's Child, and of course, the commercials.
In Roanoke, viewers can watch the game on Cox Cable, DISH, or DirecTV via CBS affiliate station WDBJ 7. Remember, Super Bowl 2013 live kickoff time is set for 6:30 p.m. EST on Sunday night.