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This is a listing of countries with Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants. In this universe, Chuck E. Cheese's is the largest chain of family entertainment centers in the world. It has more than 33,000 outlets worldwide. The majority of Chuck E. Cheese's outlets outside of the United States are franchises.

The biggest standing is probably one at a shopping plaza in Vinita, Oklahoma.

The list of countries follows the company's own calculation, and contains several non-sovereign territories.

Countries and territories with a CEC outlet

# Country/Territory Date First outlet location Number of currently operating outlets Source and date of source Notes
1 United States Summer 1977 San Jose, California 14,267 (source: 2013)
2 Canada May 1978 Richmond, British Columbia 1,427 (source: 2013)
3 Puerto Rico November 10, 1978 San Juan 108 (source: 2013) First Chuck E. Cheese's in Latin America and in the Caribbean.
4 U.S. Virgin Islands January 4, 1979 St. Croix 6 (source: 2013)
5 Costa Rica May 28, 1979 San Jose, 4th street, between 1st and Central Avenue. 54 (source: 2013) Third country (not U.S. possession) and first outlet outside Northern America where Chuck E. Cheese's opened.
6 Australia July 30, 1979 Yagoona, New South Wales 920 (source: 2013) First outlet in an independent country in Oceania.
7 Guam September 10, 1979 Dededo 8 (source: 2013) First outlet in Oceania and first outlet outside the Americas.
8 Japan November 20, 1979 Tokyo 3,164 (source: 2013) First outlet in Asia
9 Netherlands January 21, 1980 Zaandam 236 (source: 2013) First outlet in Europe. Plans to open 15 more in next 3 years.
10 Panama February 1, 1980 Panama City 57 (source: 2013)
11 Germany February 26, 1980 Munich 1,468 (source: 2013) First outlet in West Germany. Outlets in East Germany opened in 1991.
12 France March 30, 1980 Créteil 1,298 (source: 2013) First outlet in Creteil in 1980 even though CEC Entertainment officially recognizes the first outlet in Strasbourg in 1987.
13 El Salvador April 20, 1980 San Salvador 13 (source: 2013)
14 Sweden May 27, 1980 Kungsgatan 4, Stockholm 225 (source: 2013) First outlet in Scandinavia.
15 Guatemala June 6, 1980 Guatemala City 76 (source: 2013)
16 Curacao July 16, 1980 Willemstad 5 (source: 2013)
17 United Kingdom
England
August 1, 1980 Woolwich, London 1,038 (source: 2013) Includes Isle of Man and Jersey (1 each)
18 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
September 8, 1980 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island. 237 (source: 2013) Then a British Crown colony/Dependent Territory.
19 Bahamas October 4, 1980 Nassau 3 (source: Dec. 2012) First outlet in an independent country of the Caribbean.
20 New Zealand November 7, 1980 Porirua Central, Wellington 162 (source: 2013) Founded in New Zealand by Wally and Hugh Morris. First South Island restaurants/fun centers opened at Linwood and Merivale, both Christchurch, on 3 November 1987.
21 Switzerland November 20, 1980 Geneva 157 (source: 2013)
22 Ireland December 9, 1980 Grafton Street, Dublin 84 (source: 2013) First ice cream bar in Europe opened in Nutgrove, Dublin.
23 Austria January 21, 1981 Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna 189 (source: 2013)
24 Belgium February 21, 1981 Brussels 67 (source: 2013) First outlet in the Iberian Peninsula.
25 Brazil March 13, 1981 Rio de Janeiro 812 (source: 2013) First outlet in South America.
26 Singapore April 20, 1980 Liat Towers, Orchard Road 125 (source: Dec. 2012) First fun center in Southeast Asia.
27 Spain April 23, 1981 Madrid 444 (source: Dec. 2012)
28 Denmark June 23, 1981 Vesterbrogade 2D, Copenhagen 88 (source: Dec. 2012)
29 Philippines September 27, 1981 Morayta, Sampaloc, Manila 400+ (source: Jan. 2014)
30 Malaysia April 29, 1982 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur 314 (source: June 2013) First outlet in a Muslim-majority country.
31 Norway November 18, 1983 Nedre Slottsgate, Oslo 74 (source: Dec. 2012)
32 Taiwan January 28, 1984 Taipei City, Taiwan 388 (source: 2013)
33 Andorra June 29, 1984 Andorra la Vella 4 (source: 2014)
34 Wales December 3, 1984 Cardiff 62 (source: Dec. 2012)
35 Finland December 14, 1984 Tampere 83 (source: Dec. 2012)
36 Thailand February 23, 1985 Bangkok 138 (source: 2014)
37 Aruba April 4, 1985 Oranjestad 3 (source: Dec. 2012)
38 Luxembourg July 17, 1985 Luxembourg City 9 (source: 2013)
39 Venezuela August 31, 1985 Caracas 140 (source: 2013)
40 Italy October 15, 1985 Piazza Walter, Bolzano 456 (source: Dec. 2012)
41 Mexico October 29, 1985 Mexico City 402 (source: Dec. 2012)
42 Bermuda November 10, 1985 Hamilton 15 (source: Dec. 2012)
43 Cuba April 24, 1986 Guantanamo Bay 1 (source: Dec. 2012) Guantanamo Bay - Open only to base personnel.
44 Turkey October 24, 1986 Istanbul 230+ (source: April 2014) First outlet in the Greater Middle East.
45 Argentina November 24, 1986 Belgrano, Buenos Aires 209 (source: Dec. 2012)
46 Macau
Macau, China
April 11, 1987 Rua do Campo, Cathedral Parish, Macau Peninsula 27 (source: Dec. 2012) Then Portuguese territory; Chuck E. Cheese's would only open a restaurant in Portugal itself 4 years later.
47 Scotland November 23, 1987 Dundee 95 (source: Dec. 2012)
48 Yugoslavia
Serbia
March 24, 1988 Slavija Square, Belgrade 22 (source: September 2014) First outlet in a communist country and first outlet in the Balkans.
49 South Korea March 29, 1988 Seoul 349 (source: April 2014)
50 Hungary April 13, 1988 Budapest 100 (source: May 2014) Second communist country, first Warsaw Pact member, thus first outlet behind the Iron Curtain.
51 Soviet Union January 31, 1990 Pushkin Square, Moscow 433 (source:August 2014)
52 China October 8, 1990 Shenzhen 2,000+ (source: May 2014) China will open 300 new restaurants in 2015.
53 Chile November 19, 1990 Santiago de Chile 77 (source: Dec. 2012)
54 Indonesia February 23, 1991 Sarinah, Jakarta 160 (source: 2014)
55 Portugal May 23, 1991 CascaiShopping, Cascais 138 (source: Dec. 2012)
56 Northern Ireland October 14, 1991 Belfast 26 (source: Dec. 2012)
57 Greece November 12, 1991 Athens Syntagma Sq. 18 + 4 seasonal (source: 2013)
58 Uruguay November 18, 1991 Montevideo 21 (source: 2014)
59 Martinique December 16, 1991
60 Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic
March 20, 1992 Vodičkova street, Prague 93 (source: 2013)
61 Guadeloupe April 8, 1992
62 Poland June 17, 1992 Marszałkowska Street, Warsaw 333 (source: April 2014)
63 Monaco November 20, 1992 Monte Carlo 4
64 Brunei December 12, 1992 Bandar Seri Begawan 1 (source: 2004)
65 Morocco December 18, 1992 Casablanca 33 (source: June 2013) First outlet in Africa - Chuck E. Cheese's is now present in all continents except Antarctica.
66 Northern Marianas March 18, 1993 Saipan 2 (source:August 2011) First outlet opened on the island of Saipan - Along with the a second outlet in 1997.
67 Iceland September 3, 1993 Reykjavík 3 (source: 2004)
68 Israel October 14, 1993 Ayalon Mall, Ramat Gan 180 (source: Aug 2014) First outlet in the Middle East.
69 Slovenia December 2, 1993 In Čopova Street, Ljubljana 16 (source: 2014)
70 Saudi Arabia December 8, 1993 Riyadh 114 (source: Local website 74 in East, North and Central. 40 in West and South)
71 Kuwait June 15, 1994 67 (source: 2011)
72 New Caledonia July 26, 1994 Nouméa 2 (source: 2012)
73 Oman July 30, 1994 15 (source: 2014)
74 Egypt October 20, 1994 Cairo 72 (source: 2012)
75 Bulgaria December 10, 1994 Sofia 36 (source: 2011)
76 Bahrain December 15, 1994 Muharraq City 14 (source: 2010)
77 Latvia December 15, 1994 Riga 11 (source: June 2012) First outlet in the Baltics.
78 United Arab Emirates December 21, 1994 Abu Dhabi 110 (source: 2013)
79 Jamaica April 15, 1995 Kingston 20 (source: 2013)
80 Estonia April 29, 1995 Tallinn 10 (source: May 2014)
81 Romania June 16, 1995 Bucharest 62 (source: 2010)
82 Malta July 7, 1995 10 (source: 2012, 9 in Malta, 1 in Gozo)
83 Colombia July 14, 1995 Centro Andino, Bogota 81 (source: July 2013)
84 Slovakia October 14, 1995 Banská Bystrica 32 (source: 2014)
85 South Africa November 11, 1995 200+ (source: 2014)
86 Qatar December 13, 1995 25 (source: 2014)
87 Honduras December 14, 1995 8
88 Sint Maarten December 15, 1995 Philipsburg 3 (source: December 2013)
89 Croatia February 2, 1996 Zagreb 20 (source: 2011)
90 Samoa March 2, 1996 1
91 Fiji Islands May 1, 1996 3 (source: 2001)
92 Liechtenstein May 3, 1996 3 (source: 2014)
93 Lithuania May 31, 1996 9 (source: 2011)
94 Cyprus June 12, 1996 17 (source: 2011)
95 Barbados June 12, 1996 Bridgetown 17 (source: 2014)
96 India October 13, 1996 Delhi 250+ (source: 2013)
97 Peru October 18, 1996 Lima 40 (source: 2014)
98 Jordan November 7, 1996 19 (source: 2014)
99 Paraguay November 21, 1996 Asuncion 11 (source: 2011)
100 Dominican Republic November 30, 1996 The company claimed this as CEC's "100th country" although this calculation included many non-sovereign territories.
101 French Polynesia December 10, 1996 Tahiti 6
102 Belarus December 10, 1996 Minsk 7 (source: June 2014)
103 Ukraine May 24, 1997 Kiev 76 (source: December 2013)
104 Macedonia September 6, 1997 Skopje 30 (source: December 2013)
105 Ecuador October 9, 1997 6 de Diciembre Avenue, Quito 27 (source: 2014)
106 Bolivia October 24, 1997 Sucre 30 (source: 2014)
107 Reunion December 14, 1997
108 Isle of Man December 15, 1997 1
109 Suriname December 18, 1997 Paramaribo 2 (source: 2010)
110 Moldova April 30, 1998 Chisinau 6 (source: June 2014)
111 Nicaragua July 11, 1998 Managua 6 (source: June 2010)
112 Lebanon September 18, 1998 Beirut 33 (source: 2013)
113 Pakistan September 19, 1998 30 (source: 2014)
114 Sri Lanka October 16, 1998 5 (source: March 4, 2013)
115 Georgia February 5, 1999 Tbilisi 5 (source: 2010) First outlet in the Caucasus.
116 San Marino July 6, 1999 Borgo Maggiore 1 (source: 2010)
117 Gibraltar August 13, 1999 1
118 Azerbaijan November 6, 1999 Baku 9 (source: 2011)
119 French Guiana February 22, 2000
120 American Samoa September 29, 2000 2 (source: 2008)
121 Mauritius July 4, 2001 Port Louis 3
122 Mayotte May 1, 2003
123 Montenegro June 1, 2004 Budva 1 (source: 2004)
124 Iraq August 10, 2006 Baghdad 1 (source: 2006) One location in Baghdad for the U.S. Army, but there is also a knockoff called Cheesy Charlie's.
125 Bosnia and Herzegovina July 20, 2011 Sarajevo 5 (source: 2012) After some 10 years of trying to enter the Bosnian market with no success, Chuck E. Cheese's opened its first restaurant in BiH on 20 July 2011.
126 Trinidad and Tobago August 2011 the Falls at West Mall, Westmoorings 6 Opened at The Falls At West Mall in 2011 and has expanded to 5 other locations.
127 Vietnam February 8, 2014 Ho Chi Minh City 30 (source: 2014)

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