Amazon’s Fire TV is Named As The Preferred 4K Streaming Device for the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is just days away and millions of people will be tuning in to watch the 49ers and the Chiefs in Miami on February 2nd.

For the first time ever the 2020 Super Bowl will be streamed in 4K through the FOX Sports app. Now, Fox has announced that the Fire TV is their preferred 4K streaming device for the biggest sporting event of the year.

Here’s what Fox says about the Super Bowl being available in 4K Ultra HD.

For the first time ever, FOX Sports is delivering Super Bowl 2020 in 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) and High Dynamic Range (HDR). On Super Bowl game day, UHD/HDR coverage will begin at 2pm ET with the FOX NFL KICKOFF SHOW and will continue thru the game and post show. You can even watch the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show in UHD and HDR. With more pixels, improved color, and better contrast, get ready for an unprecedented Super Bowl experience.

Looking for ways to stream the game this weekend? Most live TV streaming services such as Sling TVfuboTVAT&T TV NOWHulu, and others offer FOX in most markets. For our full guide on streaming the Super Bowl in 4K, click HERE.

Want to buy a Fire TV? Good news they are on sale starting at just $24.99 HERE!

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