Even though my hometown team didn’t make it to Sunday’s Big Game, I’m still excited about it, as are a lot of people around the country – especially if they’re cheering for Denver or Carolina.
Fans can look to the Windows Store to make Sunday special, win or lose, with the Big Game collection. With NFL on Windows 10, watch the game live, for free, (in the U.S. only) at 3:30 p.m. PT. NFL Mobile has just been updated with a Super Bowl edition, which means you’ll be able to watch a live stream of the game, read articles and view video highlights. For those lucky ticket holders in the stadium, extra-special app features include a stadium map, food and beverage locations, instant replays, game stats, rosters and more.
CBS Sports is another app that fans can use to watch a live stream of the game, without a subscription or authentication. Just download the app and enjoy the action. The gametracker feature includes highlights, team stats, live video and a scoring summary. And there’s an exclusive for fans using Windows devices: access to multiple camera angles for the game.
The Big Game action keeps on going, even off the field. When it comes to big audiences, few single events come close to this day in popularity. Twitter will have one of its biggest days of the whole year, and Facebook is ready with Facebook Sports Stadium. And with NFL Showdown: Football Manager, you can play the game year-round.
Halftime is a big tradition, and now you can find a list of 10 albums from this year’s performers – Beyonce and Coldplay. Start the party early with hits from “A Head Full of Dreams,” “4,” “X&Y,” “Dangerously in Love” and more.
Microsoft News Center Staff