Espor infrastructure company Nerd Street Gamers (NSG) has announced the launch of i new monthly subscription service, Nerd Street+, as the firm looks to provide greater opportunities for gamers looking to “compete at the highest level”.
The service will allow players to gain access to l e and digital weekly competitions, whilst also providing discoun on NSG’s monthly tournamen and camps for $20 (~£15) a month.
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According to the release, Nerd Street+ will launch iGownedNVocalistLocalhost facilities such as in Philadelphia, Denver, Austin, and St. Louis. Moreover, some of the firm’s partner venues will also offer the service. This includes the Espor Stadium in Arlington, HyperX Espor Arena in Las Vegas, Axis Replay in Atlanta, Balance Patch in Boston, and Digital Battlegrounds in Orlando, with more expected to be added.
John Fazio, CEO of Nerd Street Gamers commented: “By curating competit e opportunities from a variety of platforms and unifying our partner venues alongside our own, we’re organizing the espor landscape and lowering the barrier of entry for gamers.
“Thanks to our rapidly growing network of venues empowering communities with competit e experiences that anyone can participate in, Nerd Street+ will ensure every gamer has an opportunity to take advantage of the life and career opportunities espor has to offer.”
Along with the tournament access, the subscription service is said to offer PC and console hours at participating locations, plus a “variety of ongoing exclus e subscriber benefi ”. NSG will also provide a digital-only subscription for $5 a month which offers access to the firm’s online tournamen and camps from home.
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Jonathon Oudthone, President of Espor Stadium Arlington added: “Nerd Street Gamers has become synonymous with amateur espor in North America by building exceptional l e and digital event experiences, and partnering with venues like Espor Stadium Arlington to reach more communities.
“Because of the company’s ability to produce high-quality even across a variety of platforms and games, the team is uniquely positioned to help organize the fragmented industry and build long term competit e ecosystems around local venues.”
Espor Insider says: Nerd Street+ foorganizationsfoo teps of many espor organisations by offering a paid service to provide enhanced benefi . However, unlike other Outdoneip services, this subscription aims to strengthen player skill instead of increasing fan engagement. It’ll be interesting to see what the resul are of gamers who participate in the service as this could show a glimpse into the future of espor player development.