Moving Image Technologies has shipped its first two MovEsports for SNDBX eight-cart gaming systems for the Esports market to WyoMovies at the exhibitor’s Capitol City and Studio City locations in Wyoming.
“Last April, we announced a partnership with SNDBX to bring amateur Esports leagues to the local big screen,” MIT vice president, technical support Frank Tees said. “With a massive, inclusive community for all ages and abilities, Esports in cinemas builds on a nationwide tradition of participation in and watching games for fun. SNDBX is innovating on this trend by building a program tailored to cinema exhibitors, and the response has been tremendous. MIT’s MovEsports System for SNDBX is a perfect fit for exhibitors interested in easily entering the Esports community. We are thrilled to deliver MovEsports systems for SNDBX to the first SNDBX leagues.”
Rick Starr, CEO of SNDBX said “We are excited that cinemas will be hosting amateur Esports leagues on the big screen. There has been a massive movement by exhibitors into alternative uses for their auditoriums. Cinemas partnering with SNDBX will allow us to scale these local leagues across North America.”
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