Studio C Delta is an animatronic showstage designed by CEC-ABS Entertainment, Inc.
After CEC Entertainment's many years of successful implementation of the "Studio C" series of animatronic showstages (Alpha, Beta and Cappa), in 2016 it was suggested that a brand-new redesigned version be made.
In June 2016, Japanese company Kabushiki Gaisha ABS took over CEC Entertainment and its subsidiaries. ABS immediately began work on the Studio C Delta and debuted it in its brand-new location in Shinjuku (the first ever Chuck E. Cheese's in Japan).
The Studio C Delta's design integrates elements from the existing Studio C stages, the "Circles of Light" stage and one of ABS' news studios in Tokyo. Its design is modeled after that of a modern television studio.
The stage features a 32-movement Chuck E. bot, all-round LED lighting, a curved LED video screen wall, and CEC-ABS' brand-new Pizzacam HD, complete with video recording capability.
A dedicated compartment for the Ticket Blaster is also cut into the wall.
Some locations have in addition to the 32-movement Chuck E. bot one or additional animatronic characters (usually Mr. Munch and/or Munch Jr.).
The Russellville, KY location has a 16-movement Chuck E. bot instead of the 32-movement bot.
- Otis, Eruowood