Welcome to Super Bowl Squares, sponsored by Operatives!

Thank you for your interest in playing! 

 

 

How it works:

 

The grid below is the pool. The rows represent the 49ers score and the columns represent the Chiefs score (the blue squares). Players have the opportunity to select two squares each (the white squares), which will be your bet for the game. The score at the end of each quarter determines a winner. You want the last digit of the score. For example, if the score is 49ers 10 – Chiefs 21, the square in row number 0 and column number 1 wins. The first quarter winner wins 4th place, half time winner wins 3rd place, third quarter winner wins 2nd place, and final score winner wins 1st place. 

 

What you need to do:

    1. Choose your square in the grid below and enter your first and last name to claim the square.

    2. We have put together score stats over the course of this season in dynamic charts below. Study it to make an informed choice or leave it up to luck!

    3. You have until 3:30pm PST on Friday, January 31 to claim your squares. As long as empty squares are still available, you can change your selection up until the cut off on Friday.

    4. Yes, squares are first-come-first-serve. There’s an advantage to claiming your squares first.

    5. Wait, you can claim more than two squares! If you refer a friend* to participate you will get an additional square. Refer up to 3 friends for 3 more chances to win.

 Good luck! 

*To earn additional squares, send a qualified referral to superbowl@operatives.com. Please include the first and last name and email address of the referral. To qualify, the individual must be in a Marketing or Sales position, and not already participating in this pool. You will receive an email from us if your additional squares have been earned.

Welcome to Super Bowl Squares, sponsored by Operatives!

Thank you for your interest in playing! 

How it works:

 

The grid below is the pool. The rows represent the 49ers score and the columns represent the Chiefs score (the blue squares). Players have the opportunity to select two squares each (the white squares), which will be your bet for the game. The score at the end of each quarter determines a winner. You want the last digit of the score. For example, if the score is 49ers 10 – Chiefs 21, the square in row number 0 and column number 1 wins. The first quarter winner wins 4th place, half time winner wins 3rd place, third quarter winner wins 2nd place, and final score winner wins 1st place. 

 

What you need to do:

    1. Choose your square in the grid below and enter your first and last name to claim the square.

    2. We have put together score stats over the course of this season in dynamic charts below. Study it to make an informed choice or leave it up to luck!

    3. You have until 3:30pm PST on Friday, January 31 to claim your squares. As long as empty squares are still available, you can change your selection up until the cut off on Friday.

    4. Yes, squares are first-come-first-serve. There’s an advantage to claiming your squares first.

    5. Wait, you can claim more than two squares! If you refer a friend* to participate you will get an additional square. Refer up to 3 friends for 3 more chances to win.

 Good luck! 

*To earn additional squares, send a qualified referral to superbowl@operatives.com. Please include the first and last name and email address of the referral. To qualify, the individual must be in a Marketing or Sales position, and not already participating in this pool. You will receive an email from us if your additional squares have been earned.

Great Prizes Are Up For Grabs!

1st Place:     $200 Amazon Gift Card

2nd Place:    One Year Subscription to Harvard Business Review

3rd Place:     $50 Amazon Gift Card

4th Place:     $25 Starbucks Gift Card 

Claim Your FREE Squares for a Chance to Win!

Click the link to access the squares sheet, and simply enter your first name, last name, and company in a square to claim it! Remember, each player can claim two squares (unless you’ve earned additional squares by referring players, see referral rules above). You have until Friday, January 31 at 3:30pm PST to change your squares as long as there are empty squares available. Below is a preview of the google sheet for reference, to enter your name on your desired square, click the link below.

Season Scores

At Operatives we love making data as easy to interpret as possible. We answer important business questions with strategic marketing automation techniques that enable your company to make the best decision possible. With data visualization, you are able to find the answer you need quickly, while also making comparisons. Sports statistics offer some of the best data to manipulate and explore. Below are graphs for both the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs that give insights to this season’s games that will help you make a decision for the best square!

The San Francisco 49ers have had an explosive season finishing 13-3 from the regular season. The graph to the right shows a visual breakdown of points scored per quarter, stacked by opposing teams. Each bar represents a quarter, and when hovered over, you can see the amount of points scored in that quarter as well as a highlight of other quarters against that team. When clicked on, you can see the data in table format. At the top, it shows the average number of points for the 49ers this year, per game. The 49ers have scored on average 7 points in the 1st quarter, 8 in the 2nd, 7 in the 3rd, and 8 in the 4th. Go Niners!

The Kansas City Chiefs have caused an uproar every game this season, ending the regular season at 12-4. This graph for the Chiefs has the same functionality as the 49ers graph above, with the teams they have faced this season.  At the top, it shows the average number of points for the Chiefs this year, per game. The Chiefs have scored on average 6 points in the first quarter, 11 in the 2nd, 6.5 in the 3rd, and 5 in the 4th. Go Chiefs!

The Kansas City Chiefs have caused an uproar every game this season, ending the regular season at 12-4. This graph for the Chiefs has the same functionality as the 49ers graph above, with the teams they have faced this season.  At the top, it shows the average number of points for the Chiefs this year, per game. The Chiefs have scored on average 6 points in the first quarter, 11 in the 2nd, 6.5 in the 3rd, and 5 in the 4th. Go Chiefs!

Disclaimer: Operatives is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or related to in any way, the companies reflected on this page. Operatives is not sponsored by or affiliated with any sports teams or NFL programs. Any use of sports team names or likeness of images are strictly for editorial and informative purposes.