Following its recent bankruptcy announcement, Chuck E. Cheese parent company CEC Entertainment will permanently close about 34 locations that were still open when the coronavirus pandemic began, according to USA Today.
Among the locations to close are five in California, four in Florida and Four in Massachusetts, plus at least one in nearly two dozen states.
CEC also requested a judge’s permission to continue to “honor game credits, tickets, tokens, gift cards, customer deposits, discount offers and loyalty accounts,” as long as the company remains in business.
The company had 555 company-owned locations and 186 franchise locations in 47 states and 16 countries. Franchisees are not included in the bankruptcy filing.