Chuck E. Cheese has launched a new full season of entertainment on its YouTube and YouTube Kids channels. The videos are free and feature content for the whole family, according to a press release.
The new season includes short-form videos released on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The season will launch with a “Parents vs. Kids” dance challenge to fan favorite Spring Break Break Dance. One of the stand-out features of the new content will be the variety of music available, from all new original tracks to classic Chuck E. Cheese songs like “Me & My Friends” and “The Happy Dance,” as well as fresh remixes from DJ Munch. The brand will also be releasing singles of a variety of genres, including pop, rock and hip hop, throughout the year across all music streaming platforms.
“We understand that today’s families have access to a variety of platforms for entertainment, and our online content provides an avenue for kids and parents to experience the joy and wonder of our beloved Chuck E. Cheese characters from anywhere,” Melissa McLeanas, VP of global media, licensing and entertainment at Chuck E Cheese, said in the press release. “Entertainment has been a part of our brand for over four decades. From our in-store programming, online channels, music playlists and gaming properties, we will continue to evolve how our Chuck E. Cheese characters interact with our multi-generations of fans.”
Chuck E. Cheese is owned by CEC Entertainment LLC, along with Peter Piper Pizza and Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings. The company and its franchisees operate a system of nearly 600 Chuck E. Cheese and more than 120 Peter Piper Pizza venues, with locations in 47 states.