You should give a better clue.
Maybe include the word(s) half-time?
REALLY? Is that from a film, or an Americanism that hasn't made it over the pond, cos i have never heard that before in my life.
It ALSO spread to the Pennsylvania Dutch (who were actually German) in the US, where Christkindl got corrupted into "Kriss Kringle." That spread and got conflated with the actual-Dutch Sinter Klaas (Saint Nicholas) which had itself become "Santa Claus."
Anyway, the name is used in a number of other countries, sometimes as another name for Santa Claus, sometimes still as the Christ-child (who may or may not be partners with Santa in gift-giving). But yes, using "Kris Kringle" as another name for "Santa Claus" is primarily a North American thing.