Samsung Electronics America today announced its expanded efforts to bring best-in-class display technology to Las Vegas through its partnership with Allegiant Stadium. Home to the Las Vegas Raiders, one of professional football’s most iconic franchises, the three-year-old stadium is now exclusively outfitted with over 66,000 square feet of Samsung LED displays and more than 93 million pixels, including three videoboards installed in the end zones, score clocks and ribbon boards, which border the 200- and 300-levels in the main seating bowl. Most notably, Allegiant Stadium aims to captivate fans attending the Big Game with the 27,600-square-foot Samsung outdoor LED mesh display positioned on the exterior of the building—the largest outdoor stadium marquee in professional football.


Signage around Allegiant Stadium during the regular season home game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, January 7, 2024, in Las Vegas, Nev.

“The larger-than-life Samsung Outdoor LED mesh display and the thousands of indoor video screens create the ultimate fan experience for Raider Nation at Allegiant Stadium,” said David Phelps, Head of the Display Division, Samsung Electronics America. “When the Big Game comes to Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium will be ready to wow football fans with an amazing line-up of Samsung’s show-stopping visual technology that exceeds expectations – even in the entertainment capital of the world.”

When football’s Big Game kicks off, fans are guaranteed to never miss a moment of the action, with over 2,550 displays installed throughout the stadium, most of which range between 27” to 98”.

“Las Vegas is the top destination in the country for sports and entertainment, and Allegiant Stadium is a premier destination for both tourists and locals,” said Raiders Vice President of Information Technology, Matt Pasco. “Samsung technology has been one of our greatest assets in providing a spectacular, entertaining fan experience and ensuring our facility meets the highest of standards in the sports and entertainment capital of the world.”

Interior shot of Allegiant Stadium with fans during a game

Signage around Allegiant Stadium during the Las Vegas Raiders’ regular season home game against the Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, December 10, 2023.

Samsung Technology at Allegiant Stadium:

  • One (1) 27,600-square-foot outdoor LED mesh display, the largest exterior stadium marquee in professional football
  • One (1) 12,250-square-foot primary scoreboard, located in the south endzone
  • Two (2) 5,978 square-foot videoboards, located in the north endzone
  • 41 total video screens throughout the venue
  • 2,553 displays throughout, ranging in size from 27” to 98”
  • Over 66,000 square feet of video screens with more than 93 million LED diodes
  • First professional football stadium with 10mm fascia

Signage around Allegiant Stadium during the Las Vegas Raiders’ preseason home game against the San Francisco 49ers, Sunday, August 13, 2023, in Las Vegas, Nev. The Las Vegas Raiders won 34-7.

The Las Vegas Raiders Headquarters at Intermountain Health Performance Center also features over 250 Samsung displays, including a 144-square-foot, 1.5mm pixel pitch LED video board in the team meeting room, allowing the players and coaches to review game footage in true HDR 4K. Samsung monitors also adorn Cox Studios, located inside the Intermountain Health Performance Center, where original content for the award-winning Silver and Black Show is created.

Allegiant Stadium has hosted world-class entertainment from concerts to major sporting events, including the Las Vegas Bowl and the upcoming 2023-24 professional football championship.