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Esports Arena is open

By Nikola Petrov eSports 13 Jun 2018 248 views

A newly opened venue in California aiming to become the leading center of eSports recently showed up on the map.

Esports Arena in Oakland, California made its debut not long ago and proclaimed its ambitions to provide the most flexible and high-quality solutions for all kinds of eSports events out there.

The main hall is well equipped with PC configurations and Xboxes ready to suit any virtual competition, along with big screens for the audience. Like other dedicated eSports venues, this one doubles as a production studio ready to broadcast the goings-on between its walls not only to the attending spectators but to fans the world over.

The gaming space spans over 16,000 square feet (around 1480 square meters). The facility proudly declares that its modular design is ready to take on any challenge – from small and large in-house events to big live-streamed productions.

The company behind Esports Arena is also offering gaming gear for rent at what they claim is a fraction of the cost of other rental services on the market.

The venue has set long-term goals for itself and relies on steady growth of its audience until national-level events of all eSports titles become a weekly occurrence. Operations Director Frank Kelly communicated Esports Arena’s goal to be an endless source of eSports action – a place where gaming competitions are held all of the time and players from around the country are welcome to join, show what they’re capable of, and win some cash prizes while competing.

The next notable event that will be run by the organization is the HCT Cleveland – a major stop on the Hearthstone Championship Tour with $15,000 and 191 HCP on the line.

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