Costing close to US$1 million to build up, Esports City is equipped with the latest technology and support system to host world-class esports tournaments, events, and conventions.
Some of these facilities include:
A standalone casting area
A 1,000 seat "gaming" stadium
Two event halls
A function hall
A food and beverage area
An esports cafe with high-performance PCs, gaming consoles, and racing simulators
Moving forward, EBN will be hosting several major tournaments at Esports city starting 2021, with partners from RIOT games, game publishers, and local esports committees.
The company is also in talks with the Malaysian Esports Election Committee to establish Esports City as one of the sporting venues the next time Malaysia hosts the SEA Games.
CEO of EBN, Adrian Gaffor, also adds that Esports City’s plans and growth are in line with Malaysia’s National Esports (2020-2025) Blueprint, and believes that the industry is poised for rapid growth once the pandemic is over.
“Our company’s mission is to continue to open doors for brands to enter the world of esports and gaming and to develop a future-proof ecosystem for the community. Having been part of the fast-growing esports industry for close to two decades, we believe it is opportune to expand our offering and introduce a fresh concept to the market for both brands and communities. The launch of the EBN Esports City marks the first phase of our exciting plans,” said EBN Group Chief Executive Officer Adrian Gaffor.