The recreation, from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., loaded to 30 percent of potential, will showcase Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs, the defending champions, from Tom Brady, who is participating in in his 10th Super Bowl, this time as a new star of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Although Tampa and Kansas City are midsize television marketplaces and N.F.L. ratings have been down this period, some Television executives foresee that the marquee quarterback matchup could draw 100 million or far more viewers. Last year’s video game experienced a television viewers of 99.9 million.

Fox, which broadcast the 2020 contest, marketed all of its Tremendous Bowl ad house ahead of the 2019 Thanksgiving getaway and generated $448.7 million in activity-time advert revenue — a document, in accordance to the exploration business Kantar. Revenue were slower this yr, and CBS did not fill its approximately 70 slots until eventually last week.

The attention generated by Tremendous Bowl promoting extends outside of the match. Twice as several people might see the commercials on social media sites as opposed with throughout the broadcast, reported Jonah Berger, a marketing and advertising professor at the College of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Faculty. Models also hope their ads are distinctive or dramatic ample to create converse right after the ultimate whistle.

“But this echo outcome that many makes bank on is not heading to be as huge this 12 months,” Mr. Berger mentioned. “Less men and women will be conversing at the office environment on Monday morning, since they are not likely to be in the office.”

These times, for numerous providers, commercials are just one particular part of Super Bowl advertising. Verizon’s system features sponsorship of gaming classes on Twitch, a Verizon-branded virtual stadium in the online online video game Fortnite, and a livestreamed postgame live performance featuring Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus. The company’s traditional Television industrial “was the most straightforward of all the matters we’re accomplishing,” stated Diego Scotti, Verizon’s main promoting officer.

Matt Manning, the chief govt of the MKTG company, reported the Tremendous Bowl was “probably the pre-eminent meeting event” for the advertisement sector in a normal 12 months, incorporating that his colleagues usually had trouble reserving a resort area inside 20 miles of the stadium. This 12 months, because of the pandemic, he’s not heading, he reported.

It will also be the initial time in 15 many years that Jeremy Carey, the running director of Optimum Sports, will not attend the match. He stated his company, the sports activities marketing and advertising division for the advert firm Omnicom Media Group, handles as a great deal as 20 percent of Super Bowl advertisers. Even at a distance from the field, he expects to feel tense on Sunday.

“It’s in contrast to everything else,” Mr. Carey stated. “When you look at the prime-carrying out packages out there, nothing even arrives shut. There are anxious jitters that go along with it — but if you didn’t have that as a Super Bowl marketer, I’d query your humanness.”

John Koblin contributed reporting.