Wouldn't you love to play video games on a 160-foot screen?

Comedian Conan O'Brien players Madden NFL 25, Flower, and Need for Speed: Rivals on a 72' x 160' screen at AT&T Stadium.


Have you ever dreamed of playing video games on a massive screen? That dream came true for comedian Conan O'Brien, who got to play games like Madden NFL 25, Flower, and Need for Speed: Rivals on AT&T Stadium's 72' x 160' screen this week for his Clueless Gamer segment.

As you can see in the video, O'Brien had to sit hundreds of feet away from the screen to be able to play. He even takes a minute to crack a joke about thatgamecompany's Flower, saying, "There's no way these guys weren't high when they invented this."

The stadium's screen weighs 600 tons and is suspended 90 feet above the playing field. It is considered one of the largest screens in the world.

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas is home to the Dallas Cowboys and it served as the venue for this week's NCAA Men's College Basketball National Championship on Monday evening.

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