For 11 days this holiday season starting December 18th, will be renamed to Snapdragon Stadium after the company that creates the processors that power smartphones all over the world. The San Diego wireless chip giant, which has held the naming rights on the Mission Valley stadium since 1997, is temporarily changing the name from Qualcomm Stadium to Snapdragon Stadium. Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm are the digital brains inside mobile devices made by top manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Nokia, and HTC. These processors are a key element in how we run our lives, communicate, and stay connected with those who matter most to us. This is an exciting time for Snapdragon, the processor that makes all of that possible, especially around the holiday season when we are most likely to upgrade our phones. During this time the venue will play host to a Chargers Sunday night game against Baltimore along with two college bowl games: the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl (Dec. 21) and the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl (Dec. 28).
With the incredible focus on smartphones and tablets in this generation, Snapdragon leads the way in our quick and mobile lives, keeping us connected wherever we go. Be sure to watch the upcoming bowl games to see the name change for yourself and support the company which has created the technology that keeps you connected to everyone in your life at the touch of a button.