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How to Watch ‘2020 Pro Bowl’ Online – Live Stream Without Cable

By Gabriela Vatu / December 5, 2019

The NFL season is in full swing, but we are already thinking of the big events of the year, which are the Pro Bowl and Superbowl, and all the excitement's that comes in early 2020. This year we are planning to watch the Pro Bowl online, and we invite you to learn how to do this as well.

The Pro Bowl is an All-Star game of the National Football League, which matches the top players in the American Football Conference and pits them against those from the National Football Conference. The NFL stands out from the crowd of sports leagues because, unlike others who organize the All-Star games in the middle of the season, the NFL organizes it at the end of the season, traditionally about a week before the Super Bowl.

For the past decade, the Super Bowl has been played about a week after the Pro Bowl, which means that the players from the two teams that end up playing Super Bowl don't participate in the Pro Bowl because they need to rest and avoid any unnecessary injuries.

When and Where to Watch the Pro Bowl?

In 2020, the Pro Bowl is scheduled for January 26th, and it will kick off at 8 PM. The event will be broadcast by ESPN, so there are plenty of ways for you to watch everything unfold.

How Can I Live Stream the Pro Bowl?

We are quite excited to watch the Pro Bowl live without a cable subscription so we can discuss the many ways that people can enjoy the show these top athletes bring us. Thankfully, ESPN is a channel that is very easy to watch online, and one of the best ways you can do this is with the help of Sling TV. There are three bundles of channels available on Sling TV, and you can choose either of the ones that bring you the content that you need. More specifically, ESPN is available in two of the three bundles, namely Orange and Orange + Blue. Your choice will influence the number of devices that you can watch content on, with Orange subscribers getting to enjoy a single stream, while Orange + Blue subscribers get to enjoy four of them. Start your Sling TV subscription now by saving 40% OFF the first month.

When it comes to Sling TV, you can add a lot of channel packs based on the content that you are most interested in, as well as plenty of premium networks. You can get a Sling TV app for a lot of your devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, smart TVs from LG, Samsung, or Xiaomi, IOS and Android phones and tablets, Xbox, Fire tablets, and more. (Note: Sling TV is a service that only works in the United States, so if you're going to access it when you're traveling outside of the country, you're going to need to use a VPN to do this. Click here to learn how you can do this quite easily.)

Here's how you can start your Sling TV subscription:

Other Ways to Watch the Pro Bowl

Hulu - We have Hulu on our list because it's a great platform that will allow you to watch the Pro Bowl quite easily on ESPN. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today! There is a single bundle of channels on Hulu, but you can add a couple of channel packs and premium networks if you so desire. Your live TV subscription includes access to the video-on-demand library, so you get to enjoy a lot more content.

YouTube TV - Next up we have YouTube TV on our list, and it's a great service that will allow you to watch a ton of content online, all organized in a single bundle. There are no extra channel packs that you can add here, and no add-ons the platform provides, as subscribers already get access to unlimited Cloud DVR storage space and three simultaneous streams. Nonetheless, ESPN is part of the platform, so you get to enjoy watching the Pro Bowl.

How Can I Watch the Pro Bowl Outside of the United States?

Whenever you travel outside of the United States, you have to keep in mind that you no longer have access to the platforms that you pay for, because the site detects your location by checking your IP address. There is a way to overcome this problem by changing your IP address so that you appear to be in the United States. You can use a VPN, such as ExpressVPN, to do this for you in just a few seconds. The service comes with thousands of servers across the world, and dozens of them in the United States, as well as some great privacy features.

Here's how you can watch the Pro Bowl with ExpressVPN

How to Watch the Pro Bowl in the UK, Canada, or Australia

Can I Watch the Pro Bowl on the ESPN Website?

ESPN does stream some of the content on its website, and since the Pro Bowl is so important, there are high chances that it will also feature the event. That being said, in order to access the content, you will need to use credentials from your TV provider. The provider can be a live TV service or a cable company.

There is also a chance that the Pro Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN Plus, so if you have an account there, you can also use that one.

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