The North American esports company Black Ice recently announced it would be opening a social gaming hub in Minnesota. The Black Ice Facility was opened in late September in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This venue will serve as a training hub for both amateur and professional gamers. Black Ice said it will also allow social clubs to use the space. Additionally, individuals that visit the facility will have a chance to go head-to-head with some of the organization’s best gamers.
“We wanted to create one big umbrella of a physical location where we would have communities of gamers who could connect with like-minded people, compete to hone their skills, and have a great time,” said Black Ice’s co-founder Riaz Adnan. “Our goal was to create a space that was not just for pro gamers, but would also serve the casual players who like gaming, mingling with their peers and learning from each other.”
Black Ice is a private social gaming club and professional esports team. The organization was founded in 2019 and is currently based in Minnesota.