International media outlets swarm Indianapolis

Die-hard New York Giants and New England Patriots fans aren't the only ones to have their eye on the big game. International media have swarmed

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Die-hard New York Giants and New England Patriots fans aren't the only ones to have their eye on the big game. International media have swarmed the stadium, making Indianapolis feel like the center of the universe.

The big game will be broadcasted to 180 countries in 25 different languages. Media outlets from 21 countries, including Mexico, Canada and Thailand among others, were stationed outside of the Giants hotel today, hoping to catch a glimpse of the aspiring champions.

According to News 12 New Jersey reporter Kurt Siegelin, most of the world is rooting for the New England Patriots to take home the trophy.

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