Delegates attending next week’s Esports and Casinos Resorts conference in Las Vegas will have the chance to take a tour of the city’s first dedicated esports arena.
This opportunity is due to one of the event’s title sponsors being Millennial Esports, the company behind the arena which’ll be a part of the Neonopolis building on Fremont Street in downtown Vegas. The arena is intended to open to the general public in November, with the first event planned to be the Halo Championship Series Open Circuit from November 18-20.
There’ll be a 400-500 person arena that will host both live, in-person tournaments in addition to viewing parties, and features streaming facilities and casting stations too as Millennial Esports hopes to foster the careers of new casters as well as players.
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