OnGameNet has recently revealed its latest Super Arena for esports only which is located somewhere in California. OGN made its announcement in its celebrity event known as OnGameNet Supermatch: Alpha.

Earlier this year, it was reported that OnGameNet had cooperated with the famous PUBG Corp. with the aim of launching a pro league for PUBG which they named the National PUBG League, expanding its operations to regions in North America during the process.

Ogn Super Arena
OGN Super Arena

The release of this new Super Arena appeared as a unique event where we can see professional players, internet personalities and even celebrities compete against one another. deadmau5 - record producer, The Try Guys - comedy YouTubers, Jericho - content creator as well as Cloud9, they all took part in competing in PUBG’s charity matches.

The Chief Executive Officer of CJ Entertainment and Media America, DJ Lee, who is in charge of overseeing the operations, expressed that: “With this event, our U.S. launch is now official and we are very excited to be able to unveil our new arena and studio for fans here and around the world. We can’t wait to show everyone the next phase in this journey.”

Ogn Super Arena Close Up
OGN Super Arena Close-Up

OnGameNet Supermatch is going to be among the flagships events which are held in the arena. The competition will also be invitational and “between two of the best competitors in a game.” Notably, the arena is going to play the role of the home to one of the six upcoming regional professional leagues being held for PUBG - National PUBG League - starting from the first month of 2019.

The Super Arena covers approximately 35,000 square feet, which means it has a capacity of 100 players as well as seats for about 400 spectators. Moreover, the style of the stage’s design was affected a lot by the Battle Royale. Esports Insider complements the stage, saying that it’s apparently a great move to have another venue for esports in the USA. It claims that the event was a brilliant way to draw attention to the venue to prepare for the upcoming National Pro League.