Adding esports to the entertainment mix at a casino can be tricky, but the combination has the potential to be powerful, panelists said during a session at the Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention.
There are few superheroes more well known than Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man. It’s fitting that one of the world’s most famous voice actors voices him in Marvel’s Avengers – Nolan North.
The company that owns the esports arena at Luxor expects a pick-me-up from its rebooted in-person arena events.
The HyperX Esports Arena is ready to welcome players once again.
The annual Evolution Championship Series has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But fans won’t have to do without Evo completely.
Amid the COVID-19 shutdown, HyperX Tournament Director Kevin Forrstrom said, “I might be able to run this out of the house.”
The casino shutdowns may be the perfect time for operators to re-evaluate the potential in esports — a growing industry that can still generate revenue at a time when millions are told to stay at home.
Fun-loving Rick Lancellotti set a Las Vegas franchise record with 131 RBIs in 1984 and is the former minor league leader in home runs.
The CEO of Allied Esports Entertainment said the company is looking to figure out a way “to achieve a more asset-light approach to tackle this market.”
Clark County School District middle school-age girls toured the HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas, played Fortnite and listened to speakers during Battle Born Girls Innovate, a program designed to teach them about careers in science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
Whether it’s tough regulation, fear of corruption among players or simply a lack of interest, esports wagering hasn’t taken off the way proponents thought it would.
The company that operates the HyperX Esports Arena at Luxor has a new name, is trading on Nasdaq and is collaborating with mall developer Simon Property Group.
The music and gaming festival will debut in October with Marshmello, Logic, Snoop Dogg and more in addition to gaming stars Ninja, Jacksepticeye and others.
Kristen Michaela returns to Las Vegas on Friday for the second installment of her “Playtime With KittyPlays” at the HyperX Esports Arena at Luxor.