Despite many having to work the next day, fans of both team stayed out all night to cheer and support their favourite team vying for the Barclays Premiere League title.
Speaking to reporters after the match, Celeste Koay, Senior Marketing Manager of TGV Cinemas said that it is our goal to bring quality entertainment to our customers. We want to create the live football match experience for our customers on big screens, where you and your friends can stand and cheer for your team as if you are there in the stadium.
Koay explained, Traditionally we have shown feature films, but as lifestyles change and people’s needs change, TGV Cinemas wants to position ourselves to meet those growing demands for alternative choices.
We are working closely with our sister company TGV Pictures to bring more excitement to cinema by bringing in more sports content for our customers.
Prices at RM20 per ticket, the cinema received overwhelmed response from football fans nationwide when they started to sell the tickets via the cinemas’ official website, mobile application and at 7 selected locations such as TGV Cinemas Sunway Pyramid, TGV Cinemas One Utama, TGV Cinemas Wangsa Walk, TGV Cinemas 1st Avenue (Georgetown Penang), TGV Cinemas Tebrau (Johor), TGV Cinemas Kinta City (Ipoh, Perak) & TGV Cinemas Seremban (Negeri Sembilan).
Koay also said that we will be screening the live Chelsea vs Manchester City on 17 April 2016 and we will be opening the ticket sales this Wednesday.
For more information about TGV Cinemas or alternative content screening, movie goers can visit the cinemas official website: www.tgv.com.my