Proposals revealed for Dundee e-sports Arena
Architects Holmes Miller and Northern Light Arena Europe (NLAE) have put forward proposals for a multi-purpose e-sports arena on the city’s waterfront.
The 4,000-capacity venue will be Europe’s first truly digital-enabled arena space and attract top gamers and entertainers from across the globe.
The arena, which is due to be delivered in 2024, will be a hub for the e-sports sector, building on Dundee’s reputation as a leading gaming centre of excellence. The arena will be designed with the ability to be reconfigured for sports use, music concerts and conferencing.
Ian Cooney, Project Director at Holmes Miller Architects, said: “Holmes Miller is delighted to be working with NLAE to shape up design concepts for the Dundee e-sports Arena. We have extensive experience in the arena and stadia sector with over 30 years’ experience in design and delivery in the UK and internationally.
“We are well placed to assist the team and Dundee City Council in realising their vision for the city with this exciting project.”