Cinemark to Bring College Football Playoff Games to Theaters in Select US Markets – The Streamable


Cinemark partners with ESPN to bring college football qualifiers to the big screen.

Today, the movie channel announced that it will broadcast the college football playoff semi-final at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, the college football playoff semi-final at the Capital One Orange Bowl and the biggest game of all. , the national college football playoff championship, in select United States. theaters.

“We are delighted to provide an incredible opportunity for college football fans to come together and cheer on their teams in our immersive auditoriums with larger-than-life screens and surround sound,” said Justin McDaniel, Cinemark SVP Global Content . “This collaboration with ESPN brings together the best of college football and exhibition for a one-of-a-kind viewing experience that will make people feel like they are part of the action on the pitch.”

Fans of the following locations will be able to watch matches at their local Cinemark cinema:

Alabama

California

  • Los Angeles
  • Sacramento
  • San Francisco

Colorado

Connecticut

Florida

Georgia

Louisiana

Maryland

Michigan

Mississippi

New Mexico

Nevada

New York

Ohio

  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Dayton

Oklahoma

Oregon

Texas

  • Austin
  • Dallas
  • El Paso
  • Houston

Utah

Washington

As theaters continue to face uncertainty during the pandemic period, they are coming up with new ways to attract customers to the theater. AMC has partnered with NFL Sunday Ticket to bring non-market football games to their theaters across the country. In about 40 theaters in the United States in 25 markets, they showed a game selected from each market that was not available on local television. The AMC promotion didn’t last long, but Cinemark hopes the smaller sample size and more national appeal will entice sports fans to visit their theaters.

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