Fox has reported viewing numbers from Super Bowl LIV, calling it the most live streamed Super Bowl in history and the 10 most watched overall Super Bowl ever.
In a press release, Fox said that there was an average per-minute live streaming audience of 3.4 million. That number is up 30% from last year’s 2.6 million streamers and up 103% since the last Super Bowl to air on Fox in 2017.
The Super Bowl LIV live streaming audience includes consumption across FOXSports.com, the FOX Sports app, FOXDeportes.com, the FOX Deportes app, the FOX NOW app, NFL digital properties including the NFL app, the NFL Fantasy mobile app, NFL.com, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers mobile properties and Verizon Media mobile properties, including the Yahoo Sports mobile app.
The halftime show was a highlight for the event. The Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show, featuring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, drew 104.1 million average viewers on the FOX broadcast network and FOX Deportes combined. The game itself peaked at 103.5 million views between 9:45-10:00 PM ET, as the Chiefs completed their historic comeback.
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