You Wish You Could Play Video Games on a 11,520-Sq-Ft. HDTV Display like Conan

By Victor Chan, Epoch Times
April 10, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

Conan O’Brien is not a gamer, as he consistently displays in his ongoing series Clueless Gamer. However, Conan got to play in the ultimate gaming den, turning AT&T Stadium and its 11,520-square-foot HDTV screen into his entertainment system.

AT&T Stadium, formerly Cowboys Stadium, hosts the gargantuan display. Produced by Mistubishi Electric Diamond VisionTM, it was once the world’s largest HDTV, and stretches from one 20-yard-line to the other. At 72′ by 160′, it’s the equivalent display size of nearly 5,000 52″ TVs. So Conan used it as his personal gaming screen for a while, and aired the footage on last night’s Conan.

The Clueless Gamer played some Street Fighter, Need for Speed, and of course the requisite Madden NFL.

Conan airs Monday through Thursdays at 11:00pm on TBS.

 

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