LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — By the end of 2023 Las Vegas will be home to at least five of the world’s largest video screens, possibly even six.

The Viva Vision screen above the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas recently got a $32 million high-definition upgrade and covers 123,750 sq. ft.

It is 1,375 feet long, 90 feet wide, and suspended 90 feet above the Fremont Street Experience.

Fremont Street Experience (Photo: KLAS)

Another of the largest screens in the world is the screen that covers one side of Resorts World on the Las Vegas Strip. This screen is 161,636 sq. ft. and measures approximately 475′ by 340′.

(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for AEG Presents / Resorts World Las Vegas)

Also on this list is the outside screen on Allegiant Stadium. This is the screen that faces Interstate 15 and faces east. It covers 27,600 sq. ft. and measures 345′ by 80′.

A little distance to the northwest of the stadium is the screen on the outside of the Palms Casino Resort. This verticle monster covers 21,488 sq. ft. and measures 79′ by 272′.

Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. (Photo: KLAS)

A New #1 Coming Soon

These rankings will change in 2023. The MSG Sphere theater is still under construction behind the Venetian. The company building the Sphere, SACO, claims the screen that will wrap around the round exterior of the structure will cover 580,000 sq. ft. and be the largest LED screen in the world.

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But the impressive stats don’t stop there. The massive LED screen inside the theater will measure 160,000 sq. ft. and will wrap up, over, and behind the audience at a resolution over 100 times that of a high-definition television.