Sunday's Super Bowl was watched by over 100 million people and featured free to play game makers spending big money on ads. With a 30 second spot costing upwards of $4.5 million we estimate that three free to play game developers spent just under $16 million. We've embedded each of their commercials below to view if you haven't already seen them.
Game of War Super Bowl commercial
Game of War kicked things off with a 30 second ad featuring Kate Upton.
Clash of Clans Super Bowl Commercial
Clash of Clans brought in Liam Neeson for a 60 second ad to parody his Taken character vowing vengeance against his enemies while in line for coffee.
Heroes Charge Super Bowl Commercial
Heroes Charge finished things off with a short 15 second ad to show off their game. They are much smaller than Game of War and Clash of Clans thus probably benefited the most from their commercial.