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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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North American association Spacestation Gaming has declared an assortment with Mattel brand Hot Wheels in a joint effort with Tanner Fox. Fox is a Co-proprietor of Spacestation Gaming and substance maker with over 9.4 million supporters on YouTube. The joint effort sees Spacestation Gaming, Fox, and Hot Wheels discharge a co-marked vehicle that will be...
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BIRMINGHAM — A state-of-the-art e-sports arena is coming soon to the city of Birmingham. Chris Donaldson, of Trussville, is the director of ePlex. The gaming facility will offer a full array of video-gaming activities and more. “We are building an 18,000 square feet e-sports and virtual reality arena,” said Donaldson. “Our goal is to establish...
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A new venue aims to put Birmingham on a different kind of sports map. The Magic City ePlex, an 18,000-square-foot venue in the Crestwood Festival Center, aims to serve the growing esports market by serving as an esports training, competition hosting and development location as well as general space for video game play. Chris Donaldson,...
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Magic City ePLEX will give students the opportunity to earn scholarships for college as well as take egaming from little league to professional. Click Here For Original Article
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