It produces the continental league of League of Legends, one of the most popular video games on the planet. The first and largest electronic sports venue in the Americas.
Grupo Secuoya continues its expansion in Latin America with a notorious presence that has been reinforced with a new contract, the first of great magnitude to be undertaken by Secuoya Mexico, a country in which the company has just landed.
This is a contract with Riot Games through which Secuoya has design the first e-Sports arena in Latin America as well as the equipment, production and broadcasting services of the League of Legends Continental League, one of the most popular video games on the planet and which can be followed through the TV Azteca signal and by streaming.
Located in the Mexican capital, specifically in one of the movie theaters in the Artz de Pedregal shopping center, the facilities are at the forefront of technical means. It is a space in which 140 square meters of LED screens have been installed with 17 cameras, robotic lighting and all the technological advances that allow the player and tournament attendees to live an immersive experience.
At the same time, and with a staffing of 40 people (Secuoya Mexico employees) as technical personnel, the company has incorporated to the facilities the necessary means of production services and they will be responsible for providing the audiovisual retransmission service.
The League of Legends competitions, which began last weekend, will be extended in this first batch until April and will return in September for a quarter. The contract includes a three years service managed by Secuoya which could be extended.
The League of Legends league was born in 2013 and has managed to consolidate itself as one of the most important e-sports tournaments, offering quotas for a global championship, in the same way as other sports. The so-called e-sports are growing exponentially: the League of Legends final that took place two years ago was watched by 99 million people worldwide; the NBA final reached 25 million spectators.