Esports stadium company Glytch has announced a strategic partnership with Legends, the global experiences company and premier sports and entertainment venue and attractions operator.

With esports on the rise as the next major spectator sport, Glytch is partnering with Legends to serve as the exclusive operator for its forthcoming professional esports stadiums with location-based entertainment in major cities across America and Canada.

Glytch plans to open four locations by the end of 2024, and an additional four locations each year thereafter until reaching an initial target of 32 locations, so long as the results match expectations. The first location, already under construction, is in Los Angeles, with additional locations under development in Atlanta, Bellevue, and Chicago.

“We are thrilled Legends believes in our mission and vision. Legends is the best-in-class partner. Their expertise in operating large-scale venues and location-based entertainment attractions is unsurpassed, and we believe their sports knowledge combined with our location-based entertainment knowledge is the perfect winning formula,” Gerome Seeney, CEO of Glytch, said.

“We are proud to partner with Glytch to serve as the exclusive operator for its esports stadiums at this exciting time in the company’s growth. We look forward to working with them to bring their vision to life leveraging our operational expertise,” Corey Breton, Chief Revenue Officer of Legends Attractions, said.

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