Simplicity Esports announces grand opening of second esports center

Jul 22 2019 2 min read

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Simplicity Esports and Gaming Company has announced in a statement today, the grand opening of its second esports gaming center. Located at N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand, Florida, the center is about 1.8 miles from Stetson University. The event will take place on Saturday, August 17 at 12:00pm Eastern Time. 

President of Simplicity Esports, Roman Franklin stated, “The grand opening of our second corporate owned location represents further organic growth toward achieving our previously announced goal of 50 locations in 21 months. Additionally, we expect to expand our footprint through a variety of inorganic growth initiatives to help accelerate the process and further our commitment to building long-term shareholder value.”

The facility features over 40 high-performance PCs and consoles in the same cool environment the brand is known for. DeLand center will fully integrate with Simplicity Esports’ first center, located at Boca Raton to provide unique experiences.

Simplicity Esports is an organisation that competes in a number of titles like Apex Legends, PUBG and Gears of War. It also has a stream team of dedicated personalities that constantly engage with the brand's loyal fans. It's esports gaming center allow them connect with their growing fanbase and provide more opportunities for amateur players to develop the skills they require to pursue a professional career. 

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