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Where you can watch tonight's CCU College World Series Finals game

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) - The Coastal Carolina University Chanticleers will again face off against the University of Arizona Wildcats in the second final game of the College World Series at 8 p.m. Tuesday. If you're looking to watch, the CCU Alumni Association Facebook page has a list of watch parties and establishments showing the game.

There will be a watch party on campus at the Lib Jackson Student Union's movie theatre and game room, with gates opening 30 minutes before game time.

Below is the list of other watch locations, from the Facebook post:

-Handley’s in Carolina Forest will be playing the game and have Happy Hour Food specials all night.

-The Warehouse in Conway will be hosting a family-friendly watch party. There will be specials for those in Teal and the game will be played on every screen in the house.

-The Boathouse in Myrtle Beach will be playing the game on “The Biggest Screen on the Beach” with specials for everyone in Teal and Coastal gear.

-Wild Wing Café in North Myrtle will have the game on for any Chants on the North Side.

-Carolina Tavern in Murrell’s Inlet will be playing the game (and they have monitors in every booth!) and specials on ribs!

-Charlotte Chants cant catch the game at All American Pub.

-Chants in NYC, meet up with fellow Chants at The Ainsworth Chelsea (122 W. 26th) for food and drink specials.

-For our Chants in Boston, head to Boston Tavern In the Square (120 Beverly St.,) to watch with fellow Chants.

If you know of another location hosting a watch party, head to the CCU Alumni Association Facebook page and let them know.

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