Sorenson also joins the growing list of Utah companies recently upgrading headquarters within the state, adding their name alongside Pluralsight, Entrata, and Nuvi.

Did you ever have a Christmas present that you wanted SO bad, only it was given to your brother or sister and you had to spend the rest of Christmas day pretending like you were super happy for them? But then you spent the next week trying to use it as much as possible behind their back? That’s basically how I feel right now towards Sorenson Media, who recently opened new offices in Draper that include an amazing room filled with many, many tvs:

My main question: How is anyone getting any work done in that room? A better question: Why would anyone even try? They’ve built a business version of a sports bar, which is freaking awesome even though I would get approximately 14 seconds of work done per day and nobody could blame me. As an advanced warning to all Sorenson Media employees, I’ll probably try to sneak into your offices a time or two during football season, I’m salivating at the possibilities of spending an autumn Saturday with that setup at my disposal.

From a broader perspective, Sorenson’s new office will accommodate roughly 60 employees and include all the perks that offices nowadays come with — game room, fully-stocked kitchen, that whole kit and caboodle. Sorenson also joins the growing list of Utah companies recently upgrading headquarters within the state, adding their name alongside Pluralsight, Entrata, and Nuvi.

In addition to the Draper location, Sorenson Media has offices in New York City, Amsterdam, and Cardiff, Wales.