Enjoy LoL e-Sports Vividly with CGV’s ScreenX


You can enjoy the League of Legends Champions Korea Summer 2020 (hereinafter, the LCK Summer 2020) as if you were literally there in CGV’s special multi-projection screening room, ScreenX. CJ CGV will live broadcast a match between T1 and DRX scheduled to take place on June 17, the opening day of the LCK Summer 2020 in its 22 ScreenX rooms across South Korea.

CJ CGV to live broadcast a match between T1 and DRX in its 22 ScreenX rooms across South Korea

CGV’s ScreenX1

The match, scheduled to take place at 8 pm on June 17, will see LCK spring season winner T1 play against LCK spring season third-placer DRX. CGV's special multi-projection screening room ScreenX will air the live broadcast of the match itself on the front screen while showing a mini-map on the left screen and statistics on the right screen for a better understanding of the flow of the match, which will enable viewers to enjoy it all in a livelier manner.

Those who visit CGV ScreenX rooms to watch the LCK Summer 2020 opening match will each be given a coupon on a first-come, first-served basis for the “Not Twice” emote, which is an LoL game item, as well as a “PROJECT: Irelia” item coupon. You can reserve your seat through the CGV website and mobile app, and details can be found on the event page. Ticket prices are KRW 15,000.

CJ CGV expects to present visitors with a new experience by broadcasting e-sports on a three-sided screen 

CGV’s ScreenX2

CJ CGV's Alter Content Team leader Park Joon-gyu said, “CJ CGV expects to provide visitors to our theaters with a brand-new experience through the synergy between ScreenX and e-Sports. I hope visitors will enjoy the match through the captivating three-sided screen, which can only be experienced at CGV.”

LoL is an online game in which you destroy your opponent factions with your own characters in a limited space. CGV generated a huge response from visitors to its theaters by providing them with immersive viewing experiences through live broadcasting of LoL events including the LoL World Championship 2019 and this past May's Mid-Season Cup 2020.