Spark launches 5G esports hub in New Zealand

Tuesday 4 May 2021 | 11:18 CET | News
New Zealand operator Spark has partnered with esport investment firm Guinevere Capital, and New Zealand's national stadium Eden Park to launch a 5G esports hub. The Spark esports Hub will be the home training ground for both professional and aspiring gamers, offering them a dedicated space connected via both fibre and 5G connections, Spark said. The hub will serve as back-up for players when gaming in the training rooms, and will also enable users to practise their mobile gaming over 5G connections.

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Companies: Spark
Countries: New Zealand
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