Feb 2 2014, 3:48am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
The Super Bowl 2014 is finally here today. The Big Game will have the Denver Broncos face-off against the Seattle Seahawks. Besides the game there will be again a huge line-up of Super Bowl ads. Fox managed to charge $4 million on average for 30 second spots. Tons of Super Bowl 2014 Ads have been already released. Watch the best ads in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Video Gallery . There are still new Super Bowl 2014 advertisers coming forward. Yesterday it was T-Mobile and now it is confirmed that there will be the first ever Microsoft Super Bowl 2014 Ad.
The Microsoft Super Bowl 2014 Ad is going to be serious spot featuring inspiring stories like the one of former NFL player Steve Gleason who suffers from ALS. He uses a Surface tablet and eye-tracking to communicate. Microsoft has already released several videos featuring inspiring stories like Gleason's. According to AdAge , the final Microsoft Super Bowl 2014 ad will be 60 seconds long and a compilation of these and possibly more stories.
Super Bowl 2014 will take place in New Jersey on February 2. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It will be the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl. The Broncos will take on the Seahawks. We are bringing you again full coverage of the Super Bowl Ads in our Super Bowl Hub and on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks .
Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers
and watch the already released Super Bowl 2014 Ads
. See also our Celebrity Superbowl Ad Tracker
. The likely best Super Bowl 2014 Ad has already been released. Watch the viral sensation commercial now. It is the Budweiser Puppy Love Super Bowl 2014 Ad
Find all the facts and answers about Super Bowl 2014 in our Super Bowl 2014 FAQs .
Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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