Alienware and Team Liquid have unveiled the world’s largest Esports training centre in Sao Paulo, Brazil, named the Alienware Training Facility. The facility covers a whopping 3000 sqm of in-use floor area. It includes cutting-edge features like dorms, a gym, high-tech streaming stations, and review rooms for coaches and analysts to improve the performance and strategies of their players.
This new facility is twice the size of the previous Team Liquid training centre, making it the biggest in the world. Athletes’ training and preparation are getting ramped up. It shows how seriously Esports organizations are focusing on their athletes.
The facility includes a state-of-the-art gym and dorms to help players improve their physical and mental endurance, allowing them to train around the clock. Gym exercises focus on improving reaction time. Dorms – fitted with high-end PCs – provide training around the clock.
The high-tech streaming stations, loaded with the latest Alienware devices, enable players to interact with their fans and compete with other players. The two review rooms are a highlight, where coaches and analysts can review gameplay and performances for strategy upgrades.
As Esports gains momentum, the Alienware Training Facility proves that gaming organizations are upping their game. It’s clear that the world of Esports is levelling up, and the Alienware Training Facility is a prime example of the industry’s commitment to dominating the competition.