Wells Fargo Center To Get Massive New Kinetic 4K Scoreboard Next Season

The Wells Fargo Center is getting a LARGE upgrade that is expected to be completed by the fall.

Comcast Spectacor announced this morning a partnership with ANC that will bring the 22-year-old building “the world’s first kinetic 4K center-hung scoreboard” in time for the 2019-2020 season.

According to Comcast Spectacor’s press release announcing the news, the anticipated 6,660 square foot 4mm LED screen means “65% more LED screen real estate than the Wells Fargo Center’s current center-hung model and features an unprecedented ability to transform and be configured in a variety of formats to best highlight the action below.”

That’s tech-speak for “this screen fucks.”

More from the release:

The new in-arena entertainment system is a headliner within the next phase of the Wells Fargo Center ‘s multi-year “Transformation 2020” initiative, a $250 million multi-year transformation of the arena that began in 2017. The next chapter of the advancements embody the largest investment in the arena to date and will provide significant upgrades to multiple levels of the venue. Details will be announced over the coming weeks.

Behold its majestic grandeur for yourself:

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8 Comments

  • JG February 11, 2019 at 12:47 pm

    I guess they need to compete with fans staying home to watch hockey on their affordable, big, flat screen TVs. All they need now is a mini-fridge under each seat.

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  • reality February 11, 2019 at 12:58 pm

    20 percent increase in all ticket prices…someones gotta pay for it…

    you think the rich white man is!!

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  • Dr. Rosenpenis February 11, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    What they need are some new seats…those wack, 25 year old, red jawns are the worst.

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    • View from the bar behind section 207 February 11, 2019 at 1:43 pm

      They replaced every seat in the upper level this past offseason, and the plan is to do the same in the lower level. The problem is they’re way too small now.

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      • Sh February 11, 2019 at 2:36 pm

        Seriously, Im on top of the poor unlucky person I sit next to at every game now.

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  • swatjdm February 11, 2019 at 1:17 pm

    Why would anyone pay those ridiculous prices for seats to Sixers/Flyers?! They can’t compete with in home screens, now you’re going to drive down there and pay to watch it on a screen anyway? If you can afford front row or luxury boxes god bless and it’s worth it, rest of the building, meh.

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  • Keeping my money February 14, 2019 at 1:12 am

    There is no entertainment in pro sports. Only greed and fraud (on both sides).

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  • Thomas Petty and The Hart Breakers February 18, 2019 at 10:24 am

    I for one look forward to many concerts that take advantage of the new video system.
    I’m certainly not stupid enough to support an arena’s teams, who have never won
    a championship, by paying for way to expensive tickets and shitty Lorenzo’s
    12$/slice ‘snowball’ pizza. both are equally disgusting………….

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