Stream and Watch Super Bowl 52 on Kodi, No Cable Needed
No cable? Don’t worry, we’ve got your simple solution to stream and watch the 2018 Super Bowl fast and free with just a few simple hacks. Superbowl 52 is 2018 is finally here and it’s time to gear up for the big game and best of all the commercials and half time show. Cardi B and Justin Timberlake should be lighting things up, lets hope the game’s not a boring blow-out.
Tom Brady is on fire with the New England Patriots but standing in his way are the hungry Philadelphia Eagles looking to win their first-ever Superbowl in the long history of the team.
All eyes are sure to be locked on Brady, but don’t be shocked to see a tough philly defense try and take out key players early in the game. If you don’t have cable or are overseas, you can still watch the Super Bowl with Kodi and the video add-on MIC (Made In Canada). Follow our easy instructions to below to get you hacked and hooked up in minutes.
If you don’t have Kodi installed, follow one of easy guides for installing to devices like AppleTV, firestick or your computer.
First Step: Sign up for a free VPN
The FCC and your ISP is after you. If you stream or download content online, you are potentially violating copyright laws. The FCC just killed the net neutrality law allowing your ISP to provide logs of your online activity to anyone they want to. The government no longer needs a warrant to see everything you do online, and internet service providers are selling your internet habits to anyone willing to pay. The laws obviously differ from country to country so take that with a pinch of salt. However, it doesn’t matter where in the world you’re from, you need to protect your data when you’re browsing online. For example, if you’re from Australia then you can look for a free VPN in Australia that will allow you to protect your online presence and also get access to things like US Netflix!
So, where you call home doesn’t matter, you need a VPN regardless of this. VPN’s make you completely anonymous when you’re online. They allow you to choose what country, state or city you want a server to connect to. Your secure connection completely blocks your IP address making your real location unknown to your internet service provider. Your ISP can’t log what you’re doing online because they can’t even see you or know that it’s you.
If you stream with Kodi or download torrents, get a VPN and use it everytime you’re online. Your experience using Kodi and streaming live sports will be amazing because your ISP won’t be able to block your access to servers streaming content through Kodi.
Second Step: Add MIC (Made In Canada) to Watch 2018 Superbowl 52
Open Kodi and in the top left select the Settings icon (cog wheel)
Now select File Manager
Double click Add Source
Type in the source https://archive.org/download/repository.mic and hit OK
It should already give a default name to this source, if it doesn’t go ahead and give it a name like MIC repo
Once you’ve done this, return to the Kodi home screen and select Add-Ons
Inside Add-Ons click on the icon at the top left that looks like an open box
Now select Install from Zip File
Find the name of the source you added in the previous steps (repository.mic) select it and click OK
Wait for the repo to install and you’ll get a confirmation that MIC Made in Canada video add-on has been installed
Return to the Kodi home screen and select Add-Ons > Video Add-ons > MIC made In Canada
Now select MIC – Sports Central > LIVE GAME & EVENT STREAMS – BY SPORT > MIC GRIDIRON
You’ll see the full list of Superbowl 52 links ready to stream!