Esports Stadium Arlington is hosting the FACEIT’s Esports Championship Series Season 6 final.
Located in Arlington, Texas the Esports Stadium Arlington is the largest esports-dedicated venue in North America. The 100,000 square foot complex has a capacity for 2,500 spectators, training rooms, player’s lounge, and studios for hair and makeup.
Next November 22, the Esports Stadium Arlington is hosting the final of the ESC Season 6. This is the first event scheduled at the Esports Stadium Arlington.
On its sixth edition, the ESC has a prize pool of $750,000 (£570,000). Four teams from North America and four teams from Europe are competing for the title.
Michele Attisani, CBO and co-founder of FACEIT said: “We’re gearing up to make Season 6 the best instalment of ECS yet, so we needed to lock down an equally big venue to properly contain all of that action and excitement — bringing ECS to Esports Stadium Arlington was an absolute no-brainer. Not only is it the largest esports venue in the United States, but also the most innovative.”
“No other arena can offer the dynamic combination of fan-facing, team-facing, and production-facing resources as Esports Stadium Arlington, and we can’t wait to be the first event putting them into action.”
The wait is almost over for the CS:GO fans, the regular season is set to start on October 3 and will run until November 3. This time, the schedule was organised so teams are competing in the same number of matches in less time. A shorter schedule makes for an intense regular season. The ESC Season 6 is supported by Youtube, all the matches will be available live on FACEIT’s channel.
Esports Insider says: The esports scene is growing in Texas, projects such as the Esports Stadium Arlington are putting the state on the map. If this trend continues, Texas could soon make a claim of being the new capital for esports in the United States.