The following list identifies that largest Esports arenas that are exclusively dedicated to Esports gaming.
Updated as of April 5, 2021:
- Zhongxian E-Sports Stadium – Chongqing, China = 7,000 seats (2018)
- Toronto Esports Arena – Toronto, Ontario, Canada = 7,000 seats (2025)
- Shanghai International NCC & Esports Center – Shanghai, China = 6,000 seats (2024)
- Fusion Arena – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania = 3.500 seats (2021)
- Rizhou E-sports Arena – Rizhou, China = approx. 3,500 seats (est. 2023)
- Esports Stadium – Arlington, Texas = 2,500 seats (2019)
- Esports Arena – Santa Ana, California = 1,400 seats (2015)
- Esports Arena – Oakland, California = 1,000 seats (2016)
- Fortress – Melbourne, Australia = 1,000 seats (2020)
- OGN Esports Stadium – Seoul, South Korea = 950 seats (2016) – closed in 2020 due to Covid-19 pandemic
- HyperX Esports Arena – Las Vegas, Nevada = 750 est. (2018)
- The Fortress – Winter Park, Florida (Full Sail University) = 500 seats (2019)
- Blizzard Arena – Burbank, California = 450 seats (2017)
- Nexon Arena – Seoul, South Korea = 436 seats (2013)
- Busan Esports Arena – Busan, South Korea = 360 seats (2020)
- Land of Legends (LoL) PARK – Seoul, South Korea = 100 seats (2018)
- V.SPACE – Seoul, South Korea = ? seats (2020)
- Konami Creative Center – Tokyo, Japan = ? seats (2019)
- Smaller Esports Arenas have opened in Walmart stores in Colorado Springs, Kansas City (Overland Park) and Nashville (Hendersonville), Fort Worth, Tulsa, Sacramento (Roseville), Spokane (Spokane Valley), Chicago (Crystal Lake), Detroit (Clinton Township), Phoenix (Scottsdale), Austin, Raleigh (Holly Springs), Orlando, Cincinnati (West Chester), Miami, Atlanta (Woodstock), Salt Lake city, and the Twin Cities.
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