The Super Bowl was watched by more than 112 million viewers in five years.

This final match Sunday night was the best ratings for the game in five years, with an average of 112.3 million viewers on TV and broadcast, according to NBCUniversal, which broadcast the event. Spectators prepared for a game where the Los Angeles Rams narrowly won over the Cincinnati Bengals at their home stadium. halftime show, …

The Super Bowl was watched by more than 112 million viewers in five years.

This final match Sunday night was the best ratings for the game in five years, with an average of 112.3 million viewers on TV and broadcast, according to NBCUniversal, which broadcast the event. Spectators prepared for a game where the Los Angeles Rams narrowly won over the Cincinnati Bengals at their home stadium. halftime show, …

Meta and Salesforce Talk Metaverse in Super Bowl Ads

Real world or virtual world? Get what you want. MetaFacebook’s parent company identified the Super Bowl ad in its metadata. In the commercial, an animatronic dog and his friend, a monster with pink tentacles, are separated in their physical reality, but are reunited through the company’s Quest 2 virtual reality headsets. Last week, Meta stocks …

Meta and Salesforce Talk Metaverse in Super Bowl Ads

Real world or virtual world? Get what you want. MetaFacebook’s parent company identified the Super Bowl ad in its metadata. In the commercial, an animatronic dog and his friend, a monster with pink tentacles, are separated in their physical reality, but are reunited through the company’s Quest 2 virtual reality headsets. Last week, Meta stocks …

Dwayne Johnson Kicks Off Super Bowl With Energizing Speech

Just before kickoff, actor Dwayne Johnson used his wrestling background to fuel the crowd on the field at SoFi Stadium. Wearing a chestnut-colored outfit, his muscles sticking out his shirt, Johnson, nicknamed “The Rock” because of his large physique, shouted into the microphone to create excitement. Even though the game is in Southern California, fan …

It Looks Like The Coronavirus Will Majorly Back Up The Super Bowl

Less than two months ago, the Los Angeles Rams were going through what quarterback Matthew Stafford called “those tough few weeks.” More than 30 Rams players tested positive in the last three weeks of December as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus spread across the country. At one point, nearly all of them, including seven …