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Las Vegas will be getting its second e-sports arena soon, in the space once occupied by the now-closed LAX nightclub at Luxor, according to an announcement Tuesday from Allied Esports, the company developing the facility.

First e-sports arena coming to the Strip

April 12th, 2017

Las Vegas will be getting its second e-sports arena soon, in the space once occupied by the now-closed LAX nightclub at Luxor, according to an announcement Tuesday from Allied Esports, the company developing the facility.

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