N3rdStGamers extend out of the east, and make their way to Colorado
N3rd Street Gamers (NSG) announced over Twitter yesterday that they are expanding their enterprise out west to Denver, Colorado, opening the state's first esports arena with a new 18,000 square foot Localhost location.
Colorado, we’re coming for you. The largest esports arena in the state opens this November. With the goal of providing affordable access to top tier technology, @localhostdenver is THE place for aspiring esports athletes to compete.— N3rd Street Gamers (@N3rdStGamers) October 19, 2018
See all the tech here: https://t.co/1KS9NnZaDF pic.twitter.com/5VIDzPEn7g
NSG has run a number of events over the years, ranging from Fragadelphia based in Philadelphia to their own circuit of events in D.C and Chicago. The company has also recently teamed with a Boston-based company named Underwatch to run NSG Academy events in Massachusetts.
The 18,000 square foot warehouse will be the base of operations for Localhost Denver. The arena will feature computers equipped with GTX 1080 graphic cards, and 240hz BenQ monitors. While not gaming on every possible major console on the market, the arena will come with a permanent event stage, a full-service bar, and a lounge.
NSG will also be using the event center to begin running new events they call National Championship Series that will run alongside their NSG Academy and NSG Eastern Conference Championship events. For more info, their website can be found here.