Not surprisingly, Hispanics are showing up to watch the crown jewel of all football events year after year. They’re not only doing it in big gatherings with their friends and family, but are watching in-language broadcasts, either streaming or on cable. What does this year hold for Hispanic viewership? We can predict that the number of Hispanics tuning in to watch will only grow larger. Will you be watching this year and, most importantly, what delicious snack will you be taking to your watch party?
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