Clash of Clans’ Liam Neeson Ad for Super Bowl Cost $9M

By   /   Feb 2, 2015

We all know Clash of Clans, the free to play game that has been raising havoc all over the smartphones gaming market.

Have you ever wondered how much can such a game earn from microtransactions? May be their latest commercial will give you a hint.

They recently starred none other than Liam Neeson to promote the game in a TV advert for Super Bowl – yeah they did all that.

Do you know how much it cost them to pull off this feat? Around $9 million! Now imagine the earnings that Supercell is raking in from this game!

Naturally you guys will want to check out what is so special about this Clash of Clans commercial, so we have embedded it above.

You will see that the thing setting it apart is Liam Neeson himself and the fact that it was aired at the championship game of the National Football League aka Super Bowl. For those of you who don’t know, that is the kind of a show that charges around $4.5 million for a 30 second commercial.

Clash of Clans was released for iOS on August 2, 2012 and later for Android on October 7, 2013. Have you played it? If not, will Liam Neeson make you want to play it?

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