If you can’t make it to New York or New Jersey to cheer on your team whether it’s the Broncos or the Seahawks, ESPN and Verizon are giving fans one giant way to show their support.
Each night a question is tweeted out by Verizon and posted on whosgonnawin.com, and the team with the most social support will have its colors projected onto the top of the Empire State Building in the first social media-powered light show.
So will it be green and blue or orange and blue?
So far for the week the Seahawks have taken three wins with questions like “which team will own the running game” and “which team has the best fans,” and the Broncos take one win for a dominant passing game.
But the big question will come Friday, Saturday and Sunday, “Who’s gonna win Super Bowl XLVIII?”
The way it works is each day until 6 p.m., tweet your answer with #whosgonnawin, Verizon tallies the votes then the winning team is revealed on the iconic New York City building in a light show by Marc Brickman. The show will open every night with a ceremony of lights celebrating the colors of all 32 NFL teams, watch the lights each night at 6 p.m. at whosgonnawin.com.