Luckily, if you live in the U.S., you’ve got it pretty easy. Even U.K. folks can stream it live (as long as they have a BBC account) on their iPads. If you live outside these two areas, though, you might need a little help.
Here’s how to get Super Bowl 50 on your Apple TV no matter where you live.
If you live in the United States, you’ve got it made. Launch the Apple TV App Store and search for CBS Sports. It’s also a featured title in the Apple TV App Store, so you may just see it there when you launch.
Click to go to the CBS Sports app page, then click on Get it. In just seconds, you’ll be able to click Open and go right to the app.
Congratulations! You’re ready to watch Super Bowl 50 on the big screen come Sunday, February 7, 2016.
If you’re in the U.K., you should be able to watch the big game on your iPad, using BBC’s iPlayer (with the appropriate account) or even on the web with a Sky Go account. You should then be able to use AirPlay to send your Mac or iPad screen up to the Apple TV and bigger screen in your home. It’s surely a bit of a workaround, but not horrible.
There’s one final way you can stream Super Bowl 50, though it’s only quasi-legal. There’s a service called Uno Telly that will let you spoof your IP on your Apple TV (as well as a ton of other devices) so that you seem to be in the U.S.Basically, once you sign up for a free week of the Uno Telly service ($5 per month after that, or $8 per month to add a VPN) you can hop into your Settings app on the Apple TV, navigate to Network and Configure DNS, and add the numbers that will allow your Apple TV to represent itself as coming from a country like the U.S., so you can watch via the CBS Sports app as above.
While this may seem like a great deal if you’re somewhere else on the globe, it could be illegal depending on where you’re watching from – use caution when choosing this path.