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"Elvis" poses with officials following a Las Vegas Bowl press conference in the Apex Social Club at the Palms Resort Las Vegas on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. From left: Steve Hill, LVCVA CEO/president; Larry Scott, Pac-12 Conference commissioner; Pete Derzis, ESPN senior vice president; Marc Badain, Raiders president; John Saccenti, Las Vegas Bowl executive director; Greg Sankey, Southeast Conference commissioner; Jim Delany, Big Ten Conference commissioner. (Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau)
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Beginning in 2020, the Las Vegas Bowl will be played in the new, state-of-the-art Las Vegas Stadium.
The event will feature a team from the Pac-12 Conference verse a team from either the SEC or the Big Ten Conference in a six-year deal announced on June 4 at the Palms Resort.
The new Las Vegas Bowl will run from the 2020 game through the 2025 game and will move to a post-Christmas date for the first time.
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