The big game warrants a big screen. While digital services have changed the way we watch television—including sports—95% of respondents to a PCMag and Sports Illustrated survey said they’d be gathering around a TV screen on Sunday, Feb. 3.
To discover how football fans across America will watch the Super Bowl this year, Sports Illustrated surveyed more than 2,800 respondents between Jan. 22 and Jan. 25, 2019. While the results show that most people will watch the game on a TV, 15% of will-be viewers will pull the signal from an online stream. That number jumps to 33% when it comes to 18-to-24 year olds. A third of streamers will use a Roku to do so, the most popular platform in the poll.