Waynoo, the largest gaming café chain in Asia, is set to open the largest esports studio in the United Kingdom at the end of the month in London. According to a press release, the company aims to cater to the hardcore gaming community and casual gamers alike starting on January 29 in their 5330 sq. ft. facility.
Inside the studio, features include a 12-station esports “battle area,” a public gaming area, a mobile phone gaming space, numerous consoles connected to a 55-inch television and popular board games.
Additionally, Wanyoo UK provides players with approximately 50–70 popular PC and console games: League of Legends, Dota 2, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Fortnite, PUBG, World of Warcraft, FIFA 19, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Call of Duty and many more will be pre-installed on all 88 PCs within the facility and additional games can be downloaded on request.
To enhance the gaming experience, Wanyoo UK will offer players 1G Dedicated
Internet Access and exclusive UK 100M Premium China Traffic. Professional esports
peripherals are provided but gamers also have the option to use their own devices from home if they prefer.
Feng Huang, the founder of Waynoo, wants to ensure that his company can provide the best gaming café experience in the world, regardless of the location. “Wanyoo is dedicated to meeting customer needs and demands. By constantly upgrading our facilities and products, we aim to be the leaders of innovation in the internet café industry,” said Huang.
Outside of the gaming paraphernalia being available to the public for use, the studio will have an active coffee and food bar. Guests can enjoy the action with numerous sofas and desks throughout the area while having the opportunity to watch global esports tournaments on a 120-inch projector screen.
Zhaorong Chen, one of the directors of Wanyoo UK said, “We hoped to create a platform
to help gamers turn their hobbies into a career by providing them with the tools to succeed and the opportunity to connect with professional gamers, professional esports organizations and gaming associations in the UK.”
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