Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months, then you can't have avoided the fact that the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks at the Metlife Stadium, New Jersey, at 2pm EST this Sunday. I'm sure there are actually some Super Bowl fanatics camped out in their living rooms as we speak, laying claim to the best comfy chair and the best view of the screen. But for those who can't get to a TV and need to watch it online, we bring you all the facts you need to know.

What Does (The) Fox Say? Watch Online With Us

Fox holds the television broadcast rights to the Super Bowl and it's opening up the game on Fox Sports Go so potential subscribers get to see the game for free. Viewers will get to see a different set of ads and there won't be any alternate angles, but hey, you get to see the game, right?

PC and Mac users can tune in via FoxSportsGo, or if they want to watch via their iPad, there's an iOS app. Fox Sports Go are streaming both an English, and a Spanish commentary of the game.

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iPhone Owner with a Verizon Account? You're in Luck.

Due to an exclusive NFL licensing deal with Verizon, Fox Sports Go aren't allowed to live stream the game to iPhone users, or in fact, users of any smartphone. However, if you are an iPhone owner with a Verizon account and you subscribe to NFL Mobile Premium, then you have totally lucked out. The NFL service costs $5 a month and you'll need to download the NFL Mobile app to your iPhone via this link.

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An estimated 181 million Americans will watch the game this Sunday, and second screen viewing is expected to be the highest percentage ever.