HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas Opens Streamer Room For Gamers

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HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas Opens Streamer Room For Gamers

The HyperX Esports Arena in Vegas opens Streamer Rooms for content creators looking to broadcast live.

The esports industry is growing at a rapid rate. With viewership on Twitch far beyond the millions and massive prize pools across different consoles and titles, competitive gaming is here to stay. The scene has come a long way since slumming it on tube televisions for thousands of dollars. Many organizations across the globe have invested in streaming houses and facilities for their players. Still, not numerous are open to the public and those looking to make a name for themselves.

Enter the HyperX Esports Arena—a state-of-the-art and high-tech esports compound. This building is a gamer’s paradise. The team behind it has now opened its doors to anyone looking to stream at the venue. It’s another stepping stone for this impressive facility, an opportunity that hopeful full-time streamers should recognize.

Streamer Room Breakdown

The facility is located in the Luxor Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, and it possesses everything that a gamer and streamer could want.

At-home streaming setups generally range from subpar to outstanding, depending on the player and budget. Most popular Twitch streamers can invest thousands in their hardware and streaming space for high production quality. Unfortunately, not everyone has these luxuries. That’s where the HyperX Esports Arena comes into play with its new Streamer Rooms.

Prospective Twitch superstars in the Las Vegas area now have a surefire place to call home. HyperX offers everything a content creator might need, including complete stream setups, gaming chairs, capture cards and more.

A State-of-the-Art Facility built in partnership with ViewSonic, the Streamer Room is a one-of-a-kind experience for gamers and streamers. Located right at the entry of HyperX Esports Arena, the Streamer Room will provide new opportunities to visiting streamers for engaging with new fans and other community members from inside the venue, without compromising gameplay or stream quality. Along with the latest in technology, rooms come equipped with premium gaming chairs, ring light, GB Mouse Bungee, Elgato Stream Deck Mini. And of course, no set up is complete without a cool backdrop, in this case a color changing neon light wall.

Room Specs

Here is a complete list of what the Esports Arena provides steamers:

  • CPU: Intel i7-8700
  • GPU: Asus Strix (Nvidia) GeForce RTX 2080
  • Memory: 32GB HyperX Fury DDR4
  • Motherboard: Asus Maximus XI Hero (Wi-fi)
  • Cooling: Asus ROG Ryujin liquid cooling
  • Microphone: HyperX Quadcast with Suspension Arm and Pop Filter
  • Keyboard: HyperX Alloy Origins Aqua
  • Mouse: HyperX Pulsefire Haste
  • Mousepad: HyperX Fury Ultra RBG
  • Headset: (2) HyperX Cloud Flight
  • Monitors: (2) 27 Inch ViewSonic ELITE XG270Q G-SYNC @ 1440p, 240Hz

Plus additional peripherals and accessories:

  • (2) Premium Gaming Chair
  • Ring Light
  • GB Mouse Bungee
  • Elgato Stream Deck Mini
  • Color Changing Neon Light Wall

What does it cost?

In terms of pricing, the Esports Arena offers reasonable rates for its streamer rooms. Packages to rent the space can range anywhere between one to six hours, and rooms are available on both a walk-in basis and a 24-hour reservation system.
The Streamer Room is also customizable for different games and streaming styles, meaning different specs, peripherals, software and hardware are available for gamers upon arrival.

Room Rates:

  • 1 Hour: $20.00
  • 2 Hours: $40.00
  • 3 Hours: $55.00
  • 4 Hours: $75.00
  • 5 Hours: $95.00
  • 6 Hours: $100.00

For more information, or to book a room, visit the HyperX Esports Arena website.

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Matt Pryor
Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.