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EsportsTravel Summit Reschedules to November 18–20

Northstar Meetings Group has announced that the 2020 EsportsTravel Summit—the only event of its kind for esports tournament and event organizers—has been rescheduled to November 18–20 in Arlington, Texas. The Summit had been scheduled for August 11–13. Concurrent with the date change, the EsportsTravel Summit announced a new five-year partnership agreement with venue design firm Continue Reading

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Reschedules to August 11–13

Northstar Meetings Group has announced that the 2020 EsportsTravel Summit—the only event of its kind for esports tournament and event organizers—has been rescheduled to August 11–13 in Arlington, Texas. The Summit was originally scheduled for June 16–18. The EsportsTravel Summit is being hosted by the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Arlington Sports Commission. Continue Reading

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Nerd Street Gamers Partnering With Populous

Nerd Street Gamers will have Populous as its architectural firm to work on nationwide expansion of its Localhost esports facilities going forward, the companies have announced. Populous will serve as the design partner for future Localhosts as Nerd Street Gamers plans to build over 100 Localhosts over the next five years including co-located Five Below Continue Reading

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SportsTravel Editor and Publisher Jason Gewirtz (left) and U.S. eSports Federation President Vlad Marinescu signed a memorandum of understanding on December 11, 2019, to bring the federaton’s annual meeting to the EsportsTravel Summit in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images)

United States eSports Federation to Co-Locate Annual Meeting with EsportsTravel Summit

The United States eSports Federation has announced that it will hold its inaugural Annual Meeting at the 2020 EsportsTravel Summit, which will be held November 18–20 at the Esports Stadium Arlington in Arlington, Texas. The co-location agreement was announced today at Regional SportAccord Pan America in Fort Lauderdale. Produced by Northstar Meetings Group and hosted Continue Reading

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Esports Stadium Arlington will serve as the host venue for the 2020 EsportsTravel Summit. Photo: Arlington CVB

Esports Stadium Arlington to Host ECS Season 8 Finals

The Esports Championship Series Season 8 Finals for tournament organizer and platform FaceIt will be held at the Esports Stadium Arlington in Arlington, Texas, from November 28 through December 1. ECS made the announcement on Twitter earlier in the week. It is a return to Arlington after the season 6 finals were held at the Continue Reading

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Esports Stadium Arlington to Host 2020 EsportsTravel Summit

The 2020 EsportsTravel Summit—the only event of its kind for esports tournament and event organizers—will be held in Arlington, Texas. Presented by Northstar Travel Group, the EsportsTravel Summit will be hosted by the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Arlington Sports Commission at Esports Stadium Arlington, the largest dedicated esports facility in North America. Continue Reading

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Esports Stadium Arlington Selects Firm to Market Naming Rights

Esports Stadium Arlington has selected Abacus3, an esports consultancy and marketing firm, to market the naming rights and sponsorship packages for the arena, which is the largest esports venue in North America. “We take pride in being the largest, most turn key dedicated esports facility in North America, said Jonathon Oudthone, president of ESA. “We Continue Reading

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Esports Stadium Opens in Arlington, Texas

Esports Stadium Arlington has opened at the Arlington Convention Center in the North Texas city, marking the launch of what will be the largest gaming and esports event complex in North America. The 100,000-square-foot venue, built at a cost of $10 million, celebrated its opening by hosting FACEIT’s Esports Championship Series Season 6 Finals, a $750,000 Continue Reading

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