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Get ready to elevate your Super Bowl LVIII experience with a trending drinking game that's making waves across the country! As the San Francisco 49ers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs on February 11th in Las Vegas, Nevada, fans can add an extra layer of excitement—in between camera shots of Taylor Swift—to the game.
The game revolves around 20 potential scenarios that could unfold during the match. Whether you're at a bar, hosting a watch party, or simply enjoying the game at home, these rules offer a playful twist to the Big Game.
Here are the Super Bowl drinking game rules:
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As the San Francisco 49ers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs on February 11th in Las Vegas, Nevada, fans can add an extra layer of excitement—in between camera shots of Taylor Swift—to the game.