To create the best wireless experience of any North American venue, the Atlanta Braves franchise used end-to-end cabling and connectivity from Belden to support a 5G network, 200GB of bandwidth, and 800+ hotspots across SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta.
"I looked at a lot of different companies and Belden rose to the top from a quality stand point, from the ability to deliver, and also their ability to interact with our partners to help us deliver the infrastructure that we needed.”
Greg Gatti, Vice President of Information Technology
Designed to be one of the most technologically advanced venues ever built, Little Caesars Arena features a 5,100-square-foot, center-hung video board and more than 45 LED displays, totaling more than 13,500 square feet of space and 16.5 million individual lights.
Enterprise Center is one of the finest sports and entertainment complexes in the country, with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Not only is it home to the St. Louis Blues Hockey Club, but it also hosts concerts, ice shows and other sporting events.
$42M total investment | 18,400 seats | 12 stories | 2018-2019 renovation
St. Louis, MO
Designed to be one of the most technologically advanced venues ever built, Little Caesars Arena features a 5,100-squarefoot, center-hung video board and more than 45 LED displays. Its Chevrolet Plaza includes a 900-square-foot video board and technology that enables pre-game, interactive fan activities for up to 3,000 people.
$863M total investment | 8 stories | 885,000 square feet | Opened 2017
SunTrust Park is part of the Atlanta Braves’ 1.5-million-square-foot, mixed-use development: The Battery Atlanta. A wireless network spanning the ballpark and development enables everything that happens in and around the venue, from fan-facing services to business transactions.
$622M total investment | 41,500 seats | 15 acres | Opened 2017
As the first Esports venue in North America designed specifically for popular battle royale games, the arena can also be adapted for mobile and MOBA games. The room is centered on a massive 14,336- by 1,408-inch LED display and can host more than 100 gamers simultaneously.
35,000 square feet | 600+ seats | Opened 2018
Manhattan Beach, CA
A developer and publisher of entertainment software, Blizzard ventured into Esports by opening its first U.S. arena, home to the 12-franchise Overwatch League. The arena includes a 13,000-pixel-wide LED wall for competition, two primary sound stages for live events and several other insert stages. The configuration supports multiple shows concurrently throughout the year.
50,000 square feet | 450 seats+ | Opened 2017
Offering the world’s most cutting-edge custom LED setups, this Esports stadium is the largest in the United States and part of Arlington’s world-class Entertainment District. It attracts gamers from throughout Dallas/Fort Worth seven days a week. Designed to be extremely adaptable, the venue supports a wide variety of events.
90,000 square feet | 2,500+ seats | Opened 2018
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