Last year, the National Football League took a massive step forward when it announced it would be live streaming the biggest game of the year for the first time ever — at least officially. Said move was mostly deemed a pretty good success, to say the least, with the sporting event netting around 2.1 million unique viewers back then — as such, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the NFL’s looking to come back for round two on February 3rd. Earlier today, Roger Goodell & Co. announced the upcoming Super Bowl XLVII is set to follow suit and be streamed on the interwebs as well, however this year’s streaming duties will be handled by CBS instead of NBC — and the NFL’s own website, of course. Additionally, Verizon subscribers can get it on the action straight from their smartphone via the the NFL Mobile application, just as they were able to during the Giants vs. Patriots face-off. We still have some time until the next iteration of the Big Game, so here’s to hoping your favorite team shows up in New Orleans and makes the entire experience that much better for you.