Confirming what an anonymous tipster shared with last month, the NFL on Monday morning officially unveiled the logo for Super Bowl LVIII, which will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Feb. 11, 2024.

The logo follows the same template as the previous two Super Bowls, with the Vince Lombardi Trophy placed among the Roman numerals, which have some local flavor. Note how the trophy separates the “LV” from “III,” surely a nod to the host city.

The Roman numerals curve upward like the design of some of Las Vegas’ most famous hotels and casinos, including the Bellagio, Mandalay Bay and Wynn, among others. There’s a pink to purple gradient throughout the numerals, as well, mimicking a sunset on the Las Vegas Strip.

The hotels that are in the “LV” don’t appear to depict any buildings in particular, clearly an effort to avoid infringement laws, while the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign is prominently displayed in the “III,” along with some additional nondescript buildings.

As mentioned, the logo for Super Bowl LVIII follows the lead of Super Bowl LVI and LVII, which had palm trees and a desert landscape for their games in Los Angeles and Glendale, Ariz., respectively. Interestingly, all three use a different representation of the sun setting.

This will mark the first Super Bowl held in Las Vegas, which follows the Raiders moving from Oakland in 2020. It will be the fourth major event held by the league since Allegiant Stadium opened, joining the last two Pro Bowls and the 2022 NFL Draft.