Who’s Gonna Win the Super Bowl? Verizon Lets You Share Your Prediction With The World!

Verizon Launching Second #WhosGonnaWin Campaign Inviting Fans to Show their Fandom

By on January 13, 2015

Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner and that means the Verizon #WhosGonnaWin program is back. This year, we are inviting fans across the country to show their fandom by transforming the nation into their teams’ colors and making their predictions of #WhosGonnaWin.

Fans can now join the #WhosGonnaWin conversation on Twitter and Facebook to predict which team they think will win each playoff game leading up to Super Bowl XLIX.

WhosGonnaWin gives all fans a chance to let everyone know which team they are rooting for to win each game. Fans can visit WhosGonnaWin.com and use Google Street View to decorate houses in team colors and share those decorations socially with friends.  On NFL Mobile, fans can claim territory for their team by rapidly clicking within their designated zip code to take over the #WhosGonnaWin map. During the days leading up to Super Bowl XLIX at the end of the month, Verizon will turn fans’ predictions for the matchup into a spectacular nightly light show projected on the Collier Center building at  Verizon Super Bowl Central in downtown Phoenix.  The light show will take place each night at 7 p.m. local time between Wednesday and Saturday, before the big game,  and will showcase  real-time data from the day’s social conversation.  That data will be translated into a stunning sequence of light, with the colors of the winning team ebbing and flowing depending on the votes throughout the day. Fans will be able to see a live stream of the light show in NFL Mobile and on WhosGonnaWin.com.

Verizon Super Bowl Central
Covering more than 12 city blocks in downtown Phoenix, Verizon Super Bowl Central will be a must see destination for more than 1,000,000 fans. It will be the hub of fan, sponsor, media and NFL activities in the build up to Super Bowl XLIX.  Events include a variety of football-themed activities and super-sized Arizona-themed fan attractions, as well as live musical performances on a concert stage.  The Verizon Power House, a powerful, interactive fan experience, is located within Super Bowl Central for visitors to Phoenix during Super Bowl week.

More Information
Verizon, the official wireless provider of the NFL, has been a league partner since 2010, providing fans with access to America’s favorite sport courtesy of NFL Mobile, regardless of whether they are at home or on the go.  Plus, for the first time, Verizon Wireless customers can stream every NFL playoff game, including Super Bowl XLIX, live on their smartphones using NFL Mobile.

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