KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Super Bowl LVIII between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers exceeded expectations and fans thought so as well.
The Big Game was the most watched telecast ever, with a total audience of 123.4 million average viewers across all platforms, according to CBS Sports.
It also had the largest audience in history for a single network, with 120 million viewers.
The game was also the most streamed Super Bowl in history. 202.4 million viewers watched all-or-part of the Super Bowl.
That is the highest unduplicated total audience in history and up 10% from last year’s Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.
The Chiefs have proven to be must-see TV throughout the past few years, continuing to set streaming and viewership records.