LA Movie Theaters Launch 1st Ever In-Theater Kids Minecraft Leagues!


​Super League Gaming​, the world’s first in ­theater video game league that turns movie theaters across the country into competitive, multiplayer gaming arenas for players  of all ages, launched  its first official Super League National Championship. The six ­week league will be  live in over 30 major cities, and began with a special Los Angeles Red Carpet Premiere hosted by YouTube  gaming celebrities Captain Sparklez and Parker Games on Sept. 16.

Super League’s future events are the Fall Leagues that start on October 6th in 9 theaters across LA.


Los Angeles Puente Hills AMC Puente Hills 20
Los Angeles Santa Monica AMC AMC Santa Monica 7
Los Angeles Universal City AMC Universal CityWalk 19
Los Angeles Huntington Beach Cinemark Huntington Beach Bella Terra 20 + XD
Los Angeles Lancaster Cinemark Cinemark 22 + IMAX
Los Angeles Oxnard Cinemark Century River Park 16
Los Angeles Playa Vista Cinemark Cinemark Playa Vista and XD
Los Angeles Los Angeles iPic iPic Westwood
Los Angeles Pasadena iPic iPic Pasadena
 Parents can sign up their kids up for these leagues just like they would sign them up for any after school soccer or little leagues and the kids will come to the movie theaters to play Minecraft together on teams for 6 consecutive weeks. At the end of the first 6 weeks there will be a winner who will be crowned Super League Minecraft National Champion, receive a trophy and a $10,000 scholarship for college.
Parents can sign their kids up at
REGISTRATION: $80 for 6 weeks if purchased by Sept. 30th, $100 if bought after Sept. 30th.  It will go up to $100 after September 30th. So hurry! The deadline to register, which is October 1st!
Credit: ​Super League Gaming.





  1. Thus is so cool! Too bad there isn’t one closer. I will share for my friends who live close to these theaters.

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