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Odeon Is Now Letting You Use Its Cinema Screens For Gaming

Odeon Is Now Letting You Use Its Cinema Screens For Gaming

Odeon has announced it's letting people use its giant cinema screens for truly epic gaming sessions, with prices starting from just £100 ($130).

Many of you may think you've got a fairly impressive set-up at home, having stuffed as much technology as you can physically fit into one room for hour-upon-hour of playing.

But as amazing as I'm sure it is, let's face it: you can't really compete with a cinema screen.

And because most of us would probably struggle to fit one of those into our house, Odeon has now said we can just use its cinema facilities instead.

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The 'Big Screen Gaming' package will let you play all your favourite games on the gigantic screens that multiplex cinemas are known and loved for - with YouTube star PewDiePie seen trying it out on Instagram post, where he was using one of Odeon's big screens to play Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

Credit: Instagram/PewDiePie
Credit: Instagram/PewDiePie

Announcing the new service, Odeon tweeted: "Check out #pewdiepie's latest IG story for a glimpse at our awesome #BigScreenGaming offer! Play your favourite games up on the biggest screen in our cinemas.

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"Email eventvenues@odeonuk.com for more info, and quote GAMING10 in your email to get 10% off your booking."

While you'll have to get in touch for a quote as prices vary depending on 'location and timing', Odeon said in a reply on Twitter that packages will start at £100.

Simply email eventvenues@odeonuk.com to get a quote, and before you know it, you could be enjoying gaming on a bigger scale than you've ever experienced before.

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The cinema industry has been one of many to be hit badly by the pandemic, with Odeon recently announcing it would be closing some of its sites during weekdays due to reduced demand.

Vue also said around a quarter of its venues would close for three days a week, while Cineworld and Picturehouse cinemas have had to close altogether.

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Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at editorial@ladbible.com.