CBS Sports will stream Super Bowl LIII and all 'NFL on CBS' games across multiple platforms
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CBS Sports has now made Super Bowl LIII and all "NFL on CBS" games available to more mobile devices than ever before, including on Verizon and Verizon-owned platforms for the first time. Super Bowl LIII will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Feb. 3, 2019. The game's Halftime Show performer is to be announced.

Super Bowl LIII and the 2018 "NFL on CBS" schedule will be streamed live on the following platforms: and on connected devices, including Roku Players, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs and Amazon Channels. and on the CBS Sports app for connected TV devices, tablets and mobile phones. 
CBS All Access, including on mobile phones and tablets via the CBS App for iOS, Android and Windows 10. CBS All Access subscribers will receive the "NFL on CBS" games that are broadcast in their local markets.
Cable, satellite, telco and vMVPD partners on "NFL on CBS," including on mobile devices.
Verizon customer phones and tablets, on a cross-carrier basis, including on Verizon-owned Yahoo Sports, Yahoo, AOL, Tumblr and Complex.

Jeff Gerttula, Executive Vice President/General Manager of CBS Sports Digital, commented in a statement: “We’re looking forward to bringing this season’s biggest game to the biggest possible digital audience and building on the record-breaking Super Bowl streams we’ve delivered in the past." 

It was announced in August that Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson will lead the announcer team for the "NFL on CBS" games in the 2018 season. In addition, CBS Sports has added former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians as a game analyst and Melanie Collins as a sideline reporter alongside announcers Greg Gumbel and Trent Green. NFL veteran referee Gene Steratore is now NFL Rules Analyst for the 2018 season. Meanwhile, Steve Tasker has moved to sideline reporter with the announcer team of Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon.