Into the never-ending quest to attract a younger crowd to casinos, MGM Resorts has announced that a nightclub that is former the Luxor in Las Vegas will reopen as an esports arena.
The Luxor is remodeling its now-defunct nightclub LAX into an esports arena. The target is to pull in a younger demographic, not as enchanted by traditional slot machines as their parents.
The business has entered into a cope with Allied Esports and Esports Arena to build a dedicated venue for gamers at the now closed LAX nightclub. The space that is 30,000-square-foot have a multi-level arena filled with competition phase, LED video clip wall, telescopic seating, day-to-day gaming channels, a customized food and beverage offering, and a state-of-the-art streaming and television-quality production studio.
Niklas Rytterstrom, general supervisor of Luxor, thinks that esports is the future and will be one of the more popular features at the Strip hotel, as soon as it is completed in June 2018.
‘Our company is the leader in the entertainment industry and recognizes the exciting growth in the esports industry,’ he said. ‘ Using this partnership, we will introduce a new experience to industry, yet again elevating the town’s vast entertainment offerings.’
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