Thousands of gaming devices will be on display at the Sands Expo Center for the Global Gaming Expo, the world’s largest gaming industry trade show.
The Las Vegas Strip is getting its first space dedicated for competitive gaming when the Luxor transforms its nightclub into a multi-level esports arena.
Nevada economic development officials will begin to attract more businesses associated with esports.
An innovative arena for video-gaming debuted Friday on the Las Vegas Fremont Street Experience to host the North American Halo World Championship Qualifier.
A group of businesses, advocates and academics have formed an association focused on advancing the development of Nevada as a global hub for esports.
Less than two decades ago, e-sports consisted of a few dozen elite gamers gathering in warehouses to compete for modest-at-best prizes. Today, e-sports has climbed out of basements and warehouses and onto major cable networks and is on the verge of becoming a $1 billion industry.