Dolphins Entertainment, a global entertainment company based in Dubai, announced Monday that it is changing the way it provides entertainment to the world’s largest sporting event.
The company says that the Super Bowl table is just not the “right size” for the entertainment it will be offering at the event.
Dolphins Entertainment is offering entertainment tables that are just a couple of feet long and two feet wide, but that size will not fit the tables that will be placed in a large, wide open area, the company said.
Instead, the Dolphin Entertainment team will be using “large, open areas” to host large-scale live events such as Super Bowls.
“Our new approach to entertainment is designed to ensure that we can provide the right amount of entertainment for the right number of people,” said a statement from the company.
“This will allow us to provide the world with a more authentic and immersive experience that we know is important to the people of Dubai.”
The Dolphin Entertainment announcement comes on the heels of a similar announcement from the NFL.
The league announced Monday it was making some changes to the way its games are broadcast to the public.
The NFL said it was increasing the amount of time between the first play of a game and the end of the game, which would allow viewers to watch a live stream of the action.
The NFL has also begun to move away from the traditional TV broadcast of its games to online platforms such as ESPN and YouTube.