Are you #UnitedInOrange for the Denver @Broncos or a member of the Seattle @Seahawks#12thman? Or maybe the @BrunoMars halftime performance and the commercials are your most anticipated part of the @Superbowl on @NFLonFOX. Whatever you like best, you’ll have unprecedented access on Twitter.
What with the dramatic action on the field, superstar performances, buzzworthy commercials, and millions of passionate fans, the @SuperBowl is one of the biggest events to play out on Twitter. Last year, we saw more than 24.1 million Tweets during #SB47, which was the most volume of tweets for a one day sporting event in 2013.
Players have also had nearly two weeks to tweet out exclusive pictures, videos and thoughts for their fans on Twitter:
A Twitter Mirror on set allowed the @nflnetwork to showcase real-time behind-the-scenes tweets from celebrity guests throughout the week:
Fans of course, including some celebrities and athletes, joined in on the conversation, too:
Come Sunday, turn to Twitter for all things #SB48. Also make sure to vote for you favorite commercial through the Twitter #AdScrimmage. And come back here after the game to view data and top tweets from the @NFL’s biggest stage.
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