CBS Sports today announced it will broaden its streaming NFL coverage on the Apple TV, with strategies to stream 2 regular season video games, four championship game, and Super Bowl 50.

The games will be offered on laptops, computer systems, and tablets by means of, in addition to being offered on connected tv devices like the Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, and Chromecast. Games will be streamed live and will be free to watch, with no cable television authentication needed.

New york city Jets vs. Miami Dolphins in London will be the first routine live game streamed totally free, and it will be relayed on October 4 at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time. The 2nd regular season game CBS will show is the Carolina vs. Dallas on November 26 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time. AFC playoff protection will likewise be streamed, including Wild Card, Divisional, and National championship.

“We’re very excited to offer more NFL ON CBS streaming coverage throughout more digital platforms than ever,” stated Jeffrey Gerttula, Senior Vice President and General Manager of CBS Sports Digital. “All NFL fans will have access through their computers, tablets and now Linked TVs to 2 regular season games for the very first time in addition to all the AFC playoff action, culminating with a truly historic Super Bowl.”

While CBS will be streaming NFL video games to linked television devices, computer systems, and tablets, many iPhones will not be able to be used to stream CBS NFL material due to contractual arrangements with Verizon. Verizon iPhone owners will have access to streaming content through the NFL Mobile app.

CBS’s strategy to stream additional NFL games comes just days after the NFL presented a new Video game Pass membership plan readily available on the Apple TV, which lets users watch live preseason games and conventional season video games on-demand after they’ve aired on broadcast tv.

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