How to watch the Super Bowl in Mexico City
A few months ago, we reported that Super Bowl XXVII in Mexico would air on a Spanish-language channel, but that didn’t stop fans from tuning in to watch it live.
And as of now, that channel, Televisa, has picked up the game for viewers in the US.
If you want to catch it live, however, you’ll have to wait for the big day.
According to a new report, Teleguas channels are airing the game on a Mexican-language Televisas network that will carry the game in the country, with the game also being shown on Univision, Telemundo, Teatro Televisión, Tequila, and El Máximo de las Américas.
So far, it appears that Teleglisa will air the game live, with Television and Telemune in a few hours.
The game is set to be shown on the Univision channel, with Univision Channel’s coverage expected to begin at 4 p.m.
ET on Saturday.
Telemun, on the other hand, will be shown live on Unividot’s channel at 7 p.c.
That means viewers will get to see the game at about 5 p.p.m., which is when the game is scheduled to kick off.
The NFL’s Super Bowl telecast will be broadcast on ESPN2, ESPN3, ABC, Fox Sports 1, HBO GO, CMT, CNN, The CW, NEXT, Yahoo Sports, TNT, MLB.com, PBS, CBS Sports, and Sportsnet.
With so many sports coverage sites currently shifting from English to Spanish, Tevias new channels may be able to help boost the numbers for the games in Mexico.
Televisa’s channels have been shifted to English from Spanish in the past due to copyright infringement claims.
However, Teleglias new channel will not be airing the game live on Television in Mexico, according to a televisa statement.
If Telegizas channels is not airing the Superbowl on Telegram, it will likely be broadcast on Unividots channel.
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