To our customers, Magic City ePLEX is closed until further notice due to COVID-19. The safety of our employees and patrons is very important to us, so we have decided to close in an attempt to stop further spread of the virus. We value your business very much, and will be keeping everyone up to date via our social media, website and email mailing list. We will be hosting online tournaments and streaming during this time. All of this information will be available this week on our website and all socials. We thank you for your business, and hope to see you participate in our online events and watch our Twitch streams. As always, Game on and be safe!

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Atlanta Esports Alliance launched by Atlanta Sports Council

Atlanta Sports Council has reported the dispatch of the Atlanta Esports Alliance, a division intended to drive esports and gaming occasions to the metro Atlanta region. Atlanta Esports Alliance intends to bring "new open doors for groups, competitions, settings and esports specialist organizations and accomplices" to the area.Upon dispatch, Atlanta Esports Alliance has delegated Bas Bruinekool, Director of Global Festivals and Vice President of DreamHack as a honourary board part in festivity of the organization's 25th commemoration. Bruinekool remarked on the activity in a discharge: "It is really momentous to perceive how far the esports and computer game industry has come since the start of DreamHack 25 years back. We previously carried this celebration to Atlanta due to how rapidly this industry was becoming here — after three years, we are glad to state it is as yet one of just three U.S. markets we are right now visiting. I am pleased to speak to DreamHack as a privileged board individual from the Atlanta Esports Alliance, and anticipate cooperating to become the esports biological system in Georgia, yet everywhere throughout the world." Atlanta is home to three diversified esports groups including the Atlanta Reign, Hawks Talon, and the recently framed Atlanta FaZe. Any semblance of Hi-Rez Studios, Blue Mammoth, Scuf Gaming, and ELEAGUE all call Atlanta home, as well.In 2017, Atlanta Sports Council propelled the Championship Hosting Division, a segment that spotlights on "streamlining efficiencies for arranging and creating significant games locally," which will team up with Atlanta Esports Alliance. Dan Corso, President of Atlanta Sports Council addressed the organization's most current activity: "we will probably keep being ground breaking. As we look forward to the following decade, esports is going to keep on commanding the games business, and it was significant for us as an association to concrete Atlanta as the capital of esports and utilize this stage so far another monetary driver." Atlanta Esports Alliance is a cooperative exertion between equipment producers, game engineers, media accomplices, and expert group proprietors with the sponsorship of organizations, for example, the Georgia Game Developers and Skillshot Media.
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