Aria to open TV studio featuring eSports poker

Aria to open TV studio featuring eSports poker

April 10, 2018 3:00 AM


A new poker and eSports television production studio has been announced for the Aria Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. ESP Gaming and Poker Central are partnering to back the 10,000 square-foot. PokerGO Studio.

The venue includes a main studio, multiple sound stages, a break desk area and a streaming lounge. Backers say plans call for the studio facility to have a capacity of 300 people with the ability to accommodate 120 fans and nine poker tables in studio for a poker event.

The studio will be used to host events in the Vainglory Premier League, the popular international mobile eSports league. Poker Central has partnerships with ESPN and NBC Sports Network and says it will also use the space to host their PokerGO events.