RATINGS | Sports fans savour Kansas City Chiefs stirring comeback victory in Super Bowl LIV

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Sports fans savoured the Kansas City Chiefs’ stirring comeback victory in Super Bowl LIV

Seven’s full coverage of the Chiefs’ 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers, which included the Halftime Show headlined by J.Lo and Shakira, reached 797,000 viewers in metro areas.

An average audience of 377,000 viewers combined (metro and regional) tuned in across Seven’s full coverage as the Chiefs won their first Super Bowl since 1970.

On 7plus, fans live-streamed 5.5 million minutes across yesterday’s full coverage of the Super Bowl.

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