Madison Square Garden’s planned Las Vegas performance venue will offer sound and visual technology never before heard or seen and change the Strip skyline with a sphere-shaped building 360 feet tall.
Esports Arena Las Vegas is being positioned as the crown jewel of Allied esports, a global power player in the industry with venues in Germany and China in addition to North America.
What it takes to be a professional video gamer as the esports industry blows up, taking a Vegas squad with it.
When Rogue was founded, they had to be more resourceful than the competition, stay ahead of the curve, maximize efficiency, leave no margin for error.
As esports continues to explode in popularity, Las Vegas is uniquely positioned to benefit as a potential hub for the booming industry, with a history of hosting esports events, a luxe new esports venue opening at Luxor soon and casinos beginning to take esports bets.
Another esports company is going Rogue.
Luxor’s former LAX nightclub will open as Esports Arena Las Vegas on March 22 with a series of events, including an invitation-only, multiday, live-streamed tournament.
The new Esports Arena at the Luxor, which is set to open in early 2018, will feature food by José Andrés. The celebrity chef’s company, ThinkFoodGroup, has partnered with Allied Esports to design a gaming-inspired food and beverage menu for the venue.
SkillCon, a three-day expo underway at the Rio’s Pavilion, showcases a variety of competitive skills in action. Among them: Rubik’s Cube speed-solving, juggling, bodybuilding, eSports, fidget-spinning, dodge ball, robotics and weightlifting.
In 2015, North Las Vegas-resident Mike Ziethlow had an idea for creating something like a Yelp for independent music, but he didn’t know how to turn that idea into a product.