I'm sure that you are wondering just what is Snapdragon Stadium.
Many in the sports world are familiar with the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.
Well, from December 18 through December 28, the Snapdragon Stadium and Qualcomm Stadium are one and the same.
This is a first for something like this, and it will happen for eleven days only.
Qualcomm, a wireless chip company, is the parent company of Snapdragon, and since they hold the naming rights for the Mission Valley stadium, they are allowed to do this.
Snapdragon makes application processors that power many of the smartphones that we all use.
Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm are the digital brains inside mobile devices made by Samsung, LG, HTC, and Nokia.
There will be several special events taking place in the Snapdragon Stadium during these 11 days.
The stadium will feature a Sunday night game with the Chargers playing Baltimore.
There will also be two college bowl games.
The first is the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl on December 21,
And on December 28, the stadium will be hosting the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl.
The change hopes to make consumers aware of the Snapdragon processors in their phones, likening it to the phrase of the brand "Intel inside" for computers.