Esports Arena expands to Kansas City and Nashville

Esports Arena is expanding its operations to Nashville, Tennessee and Kansas City, Missouri.

No details surrounding launch dates or exact locations of the arenas have been disclosed at the time of writing.

Esports Arena Kansas Nashville
Photo credit: Allied Esports

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Esports Arena currently has arenaa in Orange County and Oakland, as well as Walmart locations in Roseville, Colorado Springs, Spokane Valley, Fort Worth, and Tulsa.

HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas is the flagship venue of Allied Esports, with HyperX also owning naming rights to the company’s Esports Truck. It operates the venue through a marketing partnership with Esports Arena. The gaming division of Kingston Technology Company expanded its naming rights deal with Allied Esports in March to include two European properties.

Allied Esports also has a minority investment in Esports Arena and entered a multi-year partnership with digital media company LiveXLive Media in September. The deal sees the companies activate around LiveZone, a travelling studio that now operates out of Allied Esports’ HyperX Esports Trucks.

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Black Ridge Acquisition Corp. finalised the acquisition of Allied Esports International and World Poker Tour (WPT) Enterprises in August, subsequently rebranding to Allied Esports Entertainment. Real estate company Simon and Mexican sports television network TV Azteca made equity investments in the company in 2019.

Esports Insider says: Esports Arena has made a number of solid announcements in the past year, this announcement shows no sign of that changing. Based on the reaction on social media, fans in both Nashville and Kansas City appear to be excited to see esports arenas coming to their cities.