With Super Bowl LIII Action Less Than A Month Away, PayPerHead.com Expects Record-Breaking Profit
The 2018 NFL season has been quite the experience. While some of the league’s top teams have been underperforming, it seems that underdog teams have been leading the pack.
Currently, “America’s Team”, the Dallas Cowboys are set to excite the nation as they face off against the Los Angeles Rams this Saturday in the NFL divisional game.
However, eyes are also set on the New Orleans Saints and the Kansas City Chiefs. Both teams have top picks for MVP player of the year, Drew Brees and Patrick Mahomes.
With sports fans enthused by a fantastic-looking playoff, the Per Head industry is anticipating a million dollar profit, breaking last year’s record.
It was estimated by Payperhead.com that Super Bowl LII generated over $5 billion USD in revenue, with over $4.7 Billion USD in 2017.
Last year, Cryptocurrency propelled PayPerHead.com to break previous years records, with Bitcoin holding a value of over $10,000 USD. However, even though cryptocurrency has seen a sharp fall in value over the past year, PayPerHead is still expected to break Super Bowl Records.
“The prospects for this year’s Super Bowl LIII have positioned us to break profit records this year,” explained Nate Johnson, Product Manager of PayPerHead.com. “Networks broadcasting Super Bowl LIII are also anticipating the largest audience for a Super Bowl ever.”
According to NBC, the channel sustained a viewership of 103 million viewers during last year’s Super Bowl, which dropped 7% from previous years. However, viewership for the 2018 NFL season increased by 6% this season.
The increase of regular viewership throughout this season is expected to translate to the viewership of the 2019 Super Bowl.
“Throughout the 2018 NFL season, our site traffic has broken records set from previous years. From our data, we’re anticipating this year’s Super Bowl also to break previous records.”