Major League Gaming has announced it will build the world’s first eSports arena on Hengqin Island, which is part of Zhūhǎi city region in off the southern coast of Guangdong province, China. MLG Arena will be a 15,000-seat stadium and part of an $18 billion Creative Culture City initiative dubbed the “V-Zone” which will include an expo area for developers, and games-themed restaurants and shops. The MLG Arena is scheduled to open in 2017 and all events will be broadcast through MLG.tv.
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