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How to Watch ‘Rose Bowl 2020’ Online – Live Stream the Game!

By Gabriela Vatu / November 21, 2019

Everyone who is a fan of college football also keeps track of the Rose Bowl, which is an interesting competition between the Big Ten Conference and the Pac-12 Conference. This coming round, we're planning to watch the Rose Bowl Game online, and we invite you to do the same.

The Rose Bowl may be played between college football teams, but it's actually the oldest Bowl games in the US. In fact, it's even nicknamed "The Granddaddy of Them All" after being played for the first time in 1902 as the Tournament East-West football game. For more than half a century it has been the highest attended college football bowl game.

Traditionally, the Rose Bowl game hosts the conference champions from the Big Ten and Pac-12 Conferences and it takes place on January 1st. When New Year's Day falls on a Sunday, the game is played on Monday, January 2nd.

When and Where to Watch the Rose Bowl?

The upcoming Rose Bowl Game is scheduled for January 1st, 2020. The kickoff is set for 5 PM EST and it will be one of the 2019-2020 bowl games concluding the 2019 FBS football season.

Who Is Broadcasting the Rose Bowl Game?

The Rose Bowl Game will be broadcast by ESPN, so it should be pretty easy to watch the game. Although this hasn't been confirmed yet, by looking at previous years, the Rose Bowl Game will have commentary from Chris Fowler for play-by-play, Kirk Herbstreit will take on the role of color commentator, while the sideline reporters will be Maria Taylor and Tom Rinaldi.

It is unclear at this point if the ESPN+ platform will also stream the game or not, but we'll update when we know more.

How to Live Stream the Rose Bowl Game?

We rely on the Internet for pretty much anything we do nowadays, whether we're talking about chatting with our friends, streaming movies, working, and so on. Of course, it makes perfect sense to also use the Internet to watch TV nowadays because there are so many platforms that facilitate this. When it comes to watching the Rose Bowl, we advise you to check out a platform like Sling TV which will enable you to watch the Rose Bowl quite easily. There are three bundles to choose from here, but you'll find that ESPN is present in the Orange and Orange + Blue bundles. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving 40% off your first month.

When it comes to Sling TV, there are a ton of channel packs that you can add, as well as various premium networks we're sure you'll enjoy. Your choice in bundles will also influence the number of devices you can enjoy content on, as the Orange subscribers get only one stream, while Orange + Blue subscribers get four simultaneous streams. The Sling TV app works on a wide range of 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 works only in the United States so if you have to travel outside of the country you'll need a VPN to make the platform work. Click here to learn how you can do this.)

Here's what you're going to have to do to start your Sling TV subscription:

Other Ways to Watch the Rose Bowl

Hulu - We also have Hulu on our list and it's a great platform that features a single bundle of channels. You'll find ESPN in the main bundle and you can also get more content by adding extra channel packs and premium networks. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu now! Your live TV subscription includes access to the video-on-demand library that Hulu has.

YouTube TV - Another option is to go for YouTube TV, which is a great single-bundle platform that enables you to watch ESPN. You won't find any channel packs to add on YouTube TV, but there are plenty of premium networks that you can get. All subscribers get to enjoy unlimited cloud DVR storage space and streaming on up to three devices at the same time.

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

When traveling outside of the United States, you won't be able to access any of the content that you pay for because the platforms are all geoblocked so you can't access them due to licensing deals. This is perfectly normal, albeit annoying. The problem can be overcome quite easily with the help of a VPN, which can help change your IP address easily. We recommend you go for ExpressVPN, which is one of the best on the market today, with thousands of servers all over the world, including dozens in the US.

Here's what you need to do to use ExpressVPN to watch the Rose Bowl:

Can I Watch the Rose Bowl Game on the ESPN Website?

Well, the answer at this point is "we don't know." The chances are pretty high that they'll include a live stream of the Rose Bowl Game on the site when the time comes. We'll make sure to check ahead of the game and give you an update. If they do allow a live stream of the game, you can log into an account by using credentials from your live TV service or cable company. (Note: The ESPN live stream on the network website is blocked for people outside of the United States so you're going to have to use a VPN to make it work. Click here to find out how you can do this too.)

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