The London Red Bull Gaming Sphere is the largest public Esports studio capable of also hosting smaller tournaments and qualifiers.
Notable Tournaments and Events
- Dota 2 - Red Bull Guardians 2018
Features & Facilities
There is a very nice 6 v 6 PC setup for competitive PC games like Dota 2, League of Legends or Counter Strike, an absolutely massive TV for competitive console play as well as several driving simulators.
Because the area is focused on playing rather than spectating there isn’t too much seating for spectators, but a fairly large crowd would be able to gather around the equipment to watch the Esports Gladiators battle it out.
Red Bull has been involved in the Esports gaming for many years now with their very own Esports Team which was started in 2010. They are also known to host Esports events such as Red Bull Kumite 2015, which was a Street Fighter IV tournament.
Until they opened the Gaming Sphere, Red Bull would rent out existing venues and turn them into Esports Arenas. But in 2018 they took the plunge in creating their very own Esports Arena.
The Red Bull Gaming Sphere London was designed as a purpose build Esports center capable of hosting daily events for the public, as well as broadcasting more competitive matches across the internet.
The purpose of the Arena seems to be growing the popularity of the sport in general, and making it more accessible to the wider public.
Directions to Red Bull Gaming Sphere London
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Address of Red Bull Gaming Sphere London?
The address for Red Bull Gaming Sphere London is 2 Whitby Street, Shoreditch, London, E1 6JT
What year was Red Bull Gaming Sphere London opened?
Red Bull Gaming Sphere London was opened 2018
What is the capacity of Red Bull Gaming Sphere London?
Red Bull Gaming Sphere London has a spectator capacity of around 200 for Esports events.
What Tournaments and Events have been held at Red Bull Gaming Sphere London?
Red Bull Gaming Sphere London has hosted 'Dota 2 - Red Bull Guardians 2018'