Malaysian company Esports Business Network (EBN) has launched Esports City, a full-service esports facility that is said to be the largest in Southeast Asia.
Located in Quill City Mall in Kuala Lumpur, the sprawling 65,000-square-foot venue aims to be the go-to destination for local, regional, and international esports events.
Esports City features a production area for top-tier tournaments, a standalone casting area, streaming rooms, three full green-screen studios, an esports stadium that can seat 1,000 people, two event halls, a function hall, recording studios, a food and beverage area, and an esports café with high-performance PCs as well as gaming consoles and racing simulators.
EBN is gearing up to host several major tournaments at Esports City and is in talks with notable game publishers. EBN is 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.
Riot Games have partnered with EBN to set the stage for several top-tier Valorant tournaments in Malaysia and Singapore, including the Riot Games Collegiate Tournament, the Valorant Challenger Series, Valorant First Strike: tournaments, and the Valorant Champions Tour.
EBN is also looking to expand to other states and cities in Malaysia before launching in other parts of Southeast Asia. For more information about the EBN and Esports City, check out their official website.