College Football Playoff championship game sites have been established through 2026, but there could be an adjustment to those sites for one season.

In the current cycle, Los Angeles will host the title game in 2023, followed by Houston in 2024, Las Vegas in 2025 and Miami in 2026. Unfortunately for Las Vegas, there appears to be a roadblock to hosting the title game in 2025.

According to Brett McMurphy with the Action Network, the Playoff is considering moving the 2025 title game to Atlanta due to a scheduling conflict with the annual Consumer Electronics Show:

“There was a request to move CES a week, which wasn’t happening, and Las Vegas asked the CFP to move the title game back a week later,” a source said. “But there was no dice there either.”

The CES is an event held in early January and annually brings nearly 200,000 visitors to Vegas, putting a big demand on hotel rooms and convention room space. A switch to Atlanta would give the southern city a second CFP title game after also hosting the event in 2018.