Allied Esports has revealed the grand opening date for the Esports Arena Las Vegas, the city’s first dedicated esports arena
The location will officially open its doors at Luxor Hotel along with Casino on Thursday, March 22nd that has a series of events, including an invitation-only, multi-day, live-streamed tournament.
“Esports Arena Las Vegas is usually the cornerstone of our property, brand along with content development along with will allow us to engage esports communities, brands along with stakeholders like never before,” said Jud Hannigan, chief executive of Allied Esports.
“With Las Vegas rapidly becoming a hub for esports, Esports Arena Las Vegas at Luxor will be the city’s home for competitive gaming along with interactive entertainment.”
Allied Esports also announced an exclusive partnership with Harman Professional Solutions, the global leader in audio, video, lighting along with control systems, including networked AV, for Esports Arena Las Vegas.
Harman Professional has created a uniquely designed product solution for the brand new arena, including AVLC products coming from its brand portfolio.
The agreement covers the integrated AVLC systems for the 30,000-square foot venue along with production studio.
“We are proud to be chosen by along with aligned with Allied Esports whose development of the Esports Arena Las Vegas further solidifies their leadership position inside massively growing competitive gaming space,” said Mark Aichele, director of hospitality along with broadcast business development for Harman Professional Solutions.
“By exclusively bringing a HARMAN audio, video, lighting along with controller solution to the Esports Arena, we will deliver a completely immersive experience to powerfully connect the fans to the games.”
Allied Esports along with Esports Arena have partnered with Luxor to transform the former nightclub space into a multi-level arena that has a competition stage, LED video wall, telescopic seating, daily gaming stations, along with state-of-the-art streaming along with television-quality production studios.
The arena will provide a ready-to-go championship destination for tournaments, leagues along with high-stakes matchups in a setting designed to deliver an unparalleled fan experience.
In December, Allied Esports along with world-renowned chef Jose Andres’ ThinkFoodGroup announced a partnership to create the first gaming-inspired food along with beverage menu at Esports Arena Las Vegas, the flagship location of Allied Esports’ growing global network of esports properties spanning North America, Europe along with China.