Since the launch in Fall of 2023, Roku’s NFL Zone has been live within the Roku Sports experience. The NFL Zone offers a centralized location to find live and upcoming games, weekly game previews, League highlights, and additional NFL content, all within the zone.
Roku has made a number of improvements to its NFL Zone in the runup to Super Bowl LVIII that are designed to offer the best possible viewer experience. They will be streaming the Big Game complete with highlight reels, clips, and Super Bowl LVIII coverage with NFL Zone and The Rich Eisen Show.
On Sunday, Feb. 11, Roku’s NFL Zone will take sports fans directly to the Super Bowl offering watch options via CBS Sports, Paramount+, DirecTV, FuboTV, and Vix+, and access game highlights, clips, and more. For the first time, Roku users can subscribe and watch the Super Bowl in Spanish on The Roku Channel, through Paramount+ and Vix+.
Furthermore, the “The Rich Eisen Show” will be available on The Roku Channel to get in the game day spirit. BMW has collaborated with Roku to be a sponsor of the show in the lead up to the big game, while Rich Eisen and the crew are broadcasting now through Sunday, Feb. 11.
NFL RedZone is a must for any football fan. The service offers whip-around coverage to games across the league that are in the Red Zone. You can watch NFL RedZone on NFL+, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.
To locate and use the NFL Zone in the U.S., users can scroll down to Sports on the Home Screen Menu or search for Super Bowl or associated words, like a team or league name, in Roku Search or using Roku Voice.
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Source: Roku, Newswire