Esports is one of the fastest growing and most exciting sectors in the world and at Twickenham, we are delighted to have been working with the esports community for the last 3 years.
We benefit from having extensive knowledge, world class tech and a true passion for this fast moving industry. The team at Twickenham are experienced in delivering international tournaments, live broadcasts, bootcamps, B2B expos, community activations and Majors.
We also offer a dedicated inhouse esports lead to be able to efficiently manage esports events taking place at the stadium.
Twickenham Stadium have been delighted to offer both professional and grassroots teams the provision of enjoying their bootcamps here since 2018. With a choice of state of the art auditorium, flexible event spaces and pitch facing boxes we have provided an ideal base for upcoming competitions.
• Multiple room options, from the Live Room with 600 capacity seating to the Rose Suite with a capacity of 1,000 for an esports event
• Turnkey solutions - accommodation, bespoke catering and event solutions under one roof
• Exclusive services include on site internet provision and catering
• No preferred ticketing agency nor merchandise supplier - use whomever you want
• A variety of areas for branding both inside and outside the venue
• Over 150 bedrooms of 4* standard available on-site
• 24/7 player practice facilities without having to leave the stadium
• Virgin Active gym available to all guests staying on site
• Bespoke catering solutions offering tailor made solutions for esports players and crew
• Over 30 suites available for private team practice - all fully air conditioned
• In-house security services provided as part of venue hire agreement
• Facilities for truck parking on-site
Esports is a type of electronic sporting activity usually played on computers involving two or more players competing in video games for entertainment purposes. It is a fairly new phenomenon but is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world due to the rise in interest peaked from gamers on YouTube.
An esports bootcamp is used to grow the community, while teaching new skills and learning to train as a team. It's often targeted at younger players and takes you through both the physical and mental aspects required in esports.
When searching for an esports venue, have in mind the size of the space you require and how large the audience might be. It's likely you will want to live stream the tournament, so internet connectivity and IT support is going to be high on the agenda. You may also require 24/7 access for the players to train, as well as a players lounge area and nearby accommodation.