Nick Int’l Brings Back Slime Cup

Nickelodeon International is bringing back its international competition, titled Nickelodeon Slime Cup, this July.

April 6, 2018

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Kids in more than 150 countries will be able to support their favorite Nickelodeon stars during the Slime Cup competition.

Nickelodeon International is bringing back its international competition, titled Nickelodeon Slime Cup, this July.

Beginning July 18, four teams of Nickelodeon live-action stars will compete in head-to-head, on-air challenges. The Slime Cup Games will play out in two competition-filled, week-long specials, which will air across international Nickelodeon channels. The first, “The Slime Cup Totally Awesome Team Choosing Challenge” will introduce this year’s players and will kick off the campaign with a series of competitions which will ultimately place all 16 Nick stars on their respective teams. Furthermore, each day, the special will be accompanied by two “Bella and the Bulldogs” episodes, one of which will be a new episode premiere.

The second week-long special, “The Slime Cup Games,” will feature the four teams compete in the slimiest and gooiest of challenges with the goal of accumulating the most Slime points to win the Slime Cup trophy. The challenges will also be accompanied by competition-themed episodes of Nick’s top live-action programs.

Additionally, the multi-platform sports and games competition will be hosted by Nickelodeon veteran Kel Mitchell and will feature ambassadors SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star. Meanwhile, kids at home will be able to root for your favorite team and join in on the fun by participating online at, which will feature a collection of sports-themed mini games featuring Nick’s popular animated characters. Kids will also be able to participate in local events in select cities.

“At Nickelodeon, we know that kids watching at home feel a personal connection to our characters,” says Mark Levine, senior vice president, marketing, brand strategy, Viacom International Media Networks, and head, public affairs, Nickelodeon International. “With Nickelodeon Slime Cup 2016, we wanted to give kids more ways than ever before to participate and compete side-by-side with their favorite Nick stars. Our fans are the most important member of the Nickelodeon Family, and we’re constantly working to innovate and find new ways to bridge the gap between our programming and our viewers.”

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