The NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, has revealed that the NFL is gearing up for the highly anticipated Super Bowl in Las Vegas. He emphasized that the excitement for the game has never been greater, especially since it will be taking place in the vibrant city of Las Vegas. With Super Bowl 2024 still 68 days away, the event has already earned the title of the “Big Game” in NFL history.
CBS Sports has announced their comprehensive plans for the big game, including the deployment of 110 cameras at Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024. This setup will provide extensive coverage of the game, with 4K zoom devices, drones, pylon cameras, and aerial cameras capturing every angle. Sean McManus, the Chairman of CBS Sports, expressed confidence in their readiness to showcase both the game and the city of Las Vegas in all its glory.
The high demand for tickets and advertising space reflects the immense popularity of the event, with ad spaces being sold for $6-7 million for just a 30-second duration. This has drawn the attention of various industries, including NFL betting sites. NFL Commissioner Goodell hinted at the unprecedented demand for the event, stating that there will not be enough inventory to satisfy everyone’s needs.
Las Vegas has solidified its status as a premier host for NFL events, having already hosted the Pro Bowl and NFL Draft. Goodell hinted at the possibility of Las Vegas becoming a regular host for the league based on the current success of the event.
Steve Hill, the CEO and Chairman of the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, described their partnership with the NFL as remarkable, expressing their delight in being a part of an event that has had a transformative impact on Las Vegas.
In other NFL news, Week 14 concluded with the Bengals defeating the Jaguars 34-31, with the Steelers set to face the Patriots in Week 15. The excitement and anticipation for the upcoming Super Bowl in Las Vegas is palpable, with many expecting it to deliver an unforgettable experience for fans and partners. There is also speculation that Las Vegas will continue to host major events like these in the future.