Livefyre Super Bowl Hub is your one-stop shop to keep track of the game

Superbowl Media Wall

With the Super Bowl just days away, many companies will be fighting for your second screen to keep track of the game. The problem is that most of these solutions are one-trick ponies and don’t tackle all the content you might want to see or do in the same spot. Well, it looks like Livefyre’s Super Bowl Hub might have solved this problem.

Optimized for iOS, Android, and other web devices, Livefyre’s Super Bowl Hub lets your track the game, watch the best Super Bowl ads, interact with fans, and much more in one tightly knit site. You’ll also be able to see photos from fans who are at the game, watch parties, and more.

To chat with other fans you’ll need a Livefyre account, and all you need to do is choose the team you’re rooting for to get all the best information at your fingertips.

Here are some highlights of Livefyre’s Super Bowl Hub

  • Game Tracker: Instant recaps and immediate fan reaction via tweets, photos live blogs, and more surrounding each play
  • Commercials: Watch the hottest Super bowl commercials, and the tweets and commentary surrounding them as they debut
  • Fan Zone: Chat live with other fans during and after the game
  • Photos and Streaming Media: View photos taken directly from those in the stands themselves, as well as from watch parties and other Super Bowl festivities
  • LiveChat: Talk to fans all over the country in real-time

If you’re looking to keep track of the game on your mobile device, it looks like the best solution is ready and waiting for you!

Check out Super Bowl Hub here!

Press Release below

Livefyre Launches Super Bowl NewsHub; Delivering Football Fans the Ultimate Online Destination

 

New site delivers football fans real-time Super Bowl content from around the web and from the Superdome. NewsHub aggregates the most talked about tweets, commercials, Instagram photos and more from across the web.

 

San Francisco, CA, January 31, 2013, Livefyre, the leading provider of real-time interactive social platforms for businesses, brands and TV Networks, today announced the launch of the Livefyre Super Bowl NewsHub. Built on Livefyre’s interactive social platform Streamhub, the Livefyre Super Bowl NewsHub lets football fans engage and interact with the best Super Bowl social content from around the social web. To get in the game, visit the Super Bowl NewsHub now at: http://superbowl.livefyre.com

 

The Livefyre Super Bowl NewsHub lets fans connect with one another and reply to tweets and posts from players and commentators covering Super Bowl XLVII, enabling viewers to instantly see insights into every touchdown, interception and blitz. Featuring live pictures straight from the field and videos of the hottest Super Bowl commercials, the Livefyre Super Bowl NewsHub makes sure that fans don’t miss a single second of the action!

 

“Super Bowl 2011 was the most watched event in US history, generating some of the highest social interaction numbers that we have ever seen, and this years numbers are expected to be even higher,” said Livefyre Founder and CEO Jordan Kretchmer, “With the Livefyre Super Bowl NewsHub, we’re able to give the world access to the best curated Super Bowl content from across the web, bringing all the action from the SuperDome right to every fan’s desktop, phone, and tablet.”

 

Livefyre Super Bowl Features at a Glance:

  • Game Tracker: Instant recaps and immediate fan reaction via tweets, photos live blogs, and more surrounding each play
  • Commercials: Watch the hottest Super bowl commercials, and the tweets and commentary surrounding them as they debut
  • Fan Zone: Chat live with other fans during and after the game
  • Photos and Streaming Media: View photos taken directly from those in the stands themselves, as well as from watch parties and other Super Bowl festivities
  • LiveChat: Talk to fans all over the country in real-time

About Livefyre NewsHub

Livefyre NewsHub is a compilation of multiple Livefyre technologies and applications available to all Livefyre customers. It aggregates social content in real-time including tweets, Instagram photos and more about any event. Editors can live blog right into NewsHub feeds, and users can reply to and share every piece of content that streams in.

The entire Livefyre Super Bowl NewsHub was built using Livefyre widgets and APIs, the source code will be released to all Livefyre customers for use on their own sites immediately following the Super Bowl.

 

About Livefyre

Founded in 2009 in San Francisco, California, Livefyre is the leading provider of real-time applications and interactive social platforms for businesses, brands, events and entertainment networks.

Livefyre provides content creators with the tools and platforms they need to cultivate passionate and engaging user communities.  From real-time conversations, to social interaction, Livefyre is the best platform for online social content. For more information, visit http://www.livefyre.com.

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