Twitter, YouTube, Google and Reddit Shared Their Highlights and Stats From Super Bowl LIII

Facebook elected not to follow suit

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The final whistle of the New England Patriots’ 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII was the top moment on Twitter during the Big Game, while YouTube saw a 58 percent increase in viewership of Super Bowl ads on its platform during the game compared with last year, fans turned to Google to find out which Super Bowl was the lowest-scoring and Rams fans were more prone to use profane language on Reddit.

Facebook did not share any data on Super Bowl LIII, with a spokesperson saying, “We haven’t seen a huge amount of media interest in the data over the past few years, so we decided not to pull it this year.



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