Miller Lite is offering football fans a new way to watch the game with the release of Cantenna – a beer can TV antenna.

The Cantenna is designed for those game watchers that have cut the cord and no longer have access to football games on TV. Miller Lite suggests that many football fans are relying on streaming sites to catch a glimpse of the game, which the beer maker points out is often illegal.

Miller Lite bills the Cantenna as the “perfect game watching solution,” especially as more than a third of viewers are streaming sports online.

“Streaming live sports can get frustrating and expensive and if cord-cutters want to watch football, they're often forced to resort to sketchy, unreliable, illegal streaming,” Stephanie Clanfield, associate marketing manager at Miller Lite, said in a statement. “Miller Lite is determined to bring you smooth streaming and make your Miller Time a little easier with the new Miller Lite Cantenna.”

The limited-edition Cantenna is part of a giveaway from Miller Lite. Fans 21 or older can visit to enter for their own chance to win a Cantenna through Oct. 12. Cantenna prizes are available to residents of Colorado, Washington, D.C, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Miller Lite even came out with its own parody video of the Sunday Primetime song, telling the story of one football fan that tried to stream the game and wound up in jail as a result. The Cantenna is featured in the video, showing its ability to get access to the game without violating any copyright laws.

Last year, Miller Lite introduced the Cantroller – a beer can that doubles as a game controller.

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Miller Lite bills the Cantenna as the “perfect game watching solution.” MillerCoors