You don’t need to be at Thomas and Mack Arena, Las Vegas, from 3rd – 12th December 2020 to enjoy the sport of rodeo that you love, and you don’t want to miss out on anything. Why is that? You can watch NFR 2020 live on Roku Devices.
Here is how to go about that.
The main broadcaster is the CBS Sports Network that has an absolute right as per PRCA to showcase all the events during the Wrangler NFR. Therefore, for you to fully enjoy watching the NFR on Wrangler Network streaming, you only need to have swift access to the CBS Sports Network.
Let’s get you started on how to watch the NFR without cable.
Watching CBS Sports Network Without Cable
You have several ways you can watch CBS Sports Network as well as Wrangler Network on your Roku device, and they include:
- CBS All Access – Here, you can watch live, or on-demand CBS shows like the NFR, and many more.
- Antenna – They are specific antenna broadcasts that make CBS accessible via your TV set. You can use sites such as Tablo TV to know which channels are readily available or accessible within your area of locality.
- CBS News (free) – It’s a news network that is 24/7, and you can stream or watch on-demand videos on CBS’s sports program such as the NFR, and many more.
- CBS Sports HQ (free) – It’s a 24-hour streaming channel that you can use to watch NFR live.
Most of the above CBS channels are not free, and to access them, then you may be required to pay a subscription fee. For instance, the CBS All Access can be free on supported cable providers to watch the Live Tv option. If you don’t have a supported cable, then you’ll need to pay a monthly fee of $6 (for limited commercials) or $10 (for commercial-free).
Other CBS Sports Network affiliates
If you don’t have access to CBS networks directly, then you can go for the select markets such as fuboTV, YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, Hulu, and AT&T TV (DirecTV) NOW. We will be looking at what is required to access each of these services.
With AT&T NOW, you have two package options of $50/month and $70/month. If you want to access CBS Sports Network that broadcasts NFR, then you’ll need to choose the $70/month option.
You can pay about $44.99/month (Basic + live TV) to access CBS Sports Network for their live TV, and enjoy some thrilling NFR experience. Also, you have the option of adding Hulu with live TV for about $39.99, if you have Hulu’s limit commercial plan.
You’ll only need to pay at least $44.99/month to access CBS Sports Network to watch the NFR championship.
You can start with $44.99/month to access CBS Sports Network to watch NFR events. With YouTube Tv, you can also create a maximum of 6 profiles to show as well as record your favorites games.
fubo Tv is kept last on the list for a reason. It’s one of the best TV streaming services, and for $54.99, you have access to CBS Sports Network, and many other sports network channels.