Cavs’ esports facility has a new title sponsor, will host Cleveland youth multiple days per week
The center, which encompasses more than 2,700 square feet, opened for business on Thursday, Nov. 21. A partnership with TCP, a lighting manufacturer whose North American headquarters is in Aurora, has resulted in the facility being dubbed Legion Lair Lit by TCP.
The center is home to the Cavs Legion Gaming Club, which is entering its third season in the NBA 2K League. The facility features 26 gaming stations, a two-tier stage designed for six-on-six competitive gaming, two soundproof streaming pods and a small content studio.
The Cavs will bring in “pros from across the spectrum of the gaming landscape” to work with the club, Jonathan Sumers, the Cavs’ senior director of digital partnerships and esports operations, told Crain’s.