This past Sunday marked the 53rd edition of the highly-anticipated SuperBowl.
For those of us who aren’t familiar with the event, it’s an annual (American) football game where the Champion of the National Football Conference (NFC) plays against the champion of the American Football Conference (AFC).
In other words, this is the most important sports event of the year in the United States, with an average of 100 million people watching the game at the same time.
Unless you’ve spent the last couple of days locked in a room with no wifi access – there is no way you could have missed all the coverage of the event across the internet. We monitored 1 048 586 online conversations and discovered everything there’s to know about what the internet said, from the halftime show, ads - and more!
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