Esports Business Network Launches Malaysia’s First RM4 Million Esports City
The folks at Esports Business Network (EBN) has today launched Malaysia’s first Esports City, where they aim to make it as the go-to destination for International esports events.
EBN launch Malaysia’s first Esports City
In case you didn’t know, EBN was formed through a merger between two esport companies in the regions; Orang Esports Cafe and The Gaming Company.
The RM4 million EBN Esports City is located at the top floor of Quill City Mall where it is recognized as Southeast Asia’s biggest esports facility. It is 65,000 square feet big in size where it comprimises the EBN Esports Arena, the Orange Esports Club, as well as the new Esports Business Network Headquarters and three live broadcasting studios. The Orang Esports Club is built as a esporst community event and lifestyle experiential space, catering to PC, mobile, as well as console players.
EBN’s Group Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Gaffor has said “Strategic partnerships will be among our main business strategies. We strongly believe that partnerships can amplify the growth of the esports industry. Moving forward, we will continue to work closely with key partners, brands and communities to materialize our vision”.
At the time of writing, Esports Business Network has said that Malaysia is ranked number 21 globally with more than 14 millions gamers and an estimated revenue of RM2 billion.
Pokdepinion: The one thing that I find lacking in the esports scene is the diversity of game titles. You’d usually see the mainstream ones over and over again but I can hardly blame anyone for that. It’s just nice to have options and offer support to a bigger community.