Furniture company Eureka Ergonomic has announced a partnership with HyperX Arena Las Vegas to provide gaming chairs for the 30,000-square-foot facility.
As a result of the deal, the arena will be equipped with Eureka’s Typhon and Python Hybrid gaming chairs.
Earlier this year, North American esports venue company Allied Esports announced the renewal of its naming rights partnership with peripherals brand HyperX. Located in the Luxor Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, the venue has hosted a wide variety of esports events since its opening in 2018.
Eureka joins HP’s gaming-focused brands OMEN and HyperX to equip the gaming zones in the facility. The venue counts 160 PC and console gaming stations, as well as a production studio and a competition stage, making it one of the most known esports arenas in the world.
Yinghua Chen, CEO of Allied Esports and Allied Gaming & Entertainment, commented: “Our commitment to leading-edge technology mirrors our dedication to players’ health and well-being.
“We’re excited for this new partnership with Eureka Ergonomics, which will enable us to enhance and support our gaming experience for all.”
The gaming chairs are currently on sale on Eureka’s website, selling for $299.99 (~£236.07) for the Python version and $399.99 (~£314.77) for the Typhon.
Aside from the HyperX Arena in Las Vegas, Allied Esports is also known for operating the Allied Esports Trucks, a series of travelling mobile gaming arenas in Europe and North America. Moreover, the company has a venue affiliate programme with members such as Fortress Melbourne in Australia and Wanyoo in China.