USA.- January 11th 2024 www.zonadeazar.com During CES week, a renowned landmark in Las Vegas has undergone a captivating transformation, becoming a colossal representation of one of the world’s most iconic video games.
With CES expected to attract over 130,000 attendees, turning the city into the epicenter of the annual electronics show until Thursday, the Sphere in Las Vegas has joined the festivities by becoming a giant Tetris game.
According to Sphere Entertainment, the Tetris-themed display, coinciding with the game’s 40th anniversary, will illuminate the Exosphere throughout the CES event.
The Sphere’s visual spectacle culminates with a “game over” message at the end of the video. This conclusion may serve as a nod to a recent achievement by a 13-year-old boy who officially “beat” the original Nintendo version of Tetris, garnering attention for his remarkable feat.