Paris: Robin Leproux will open a large games center there

Paris Game News: Robin Leproux to Open a Large Game Center there Former head of PS6, Polygram and the M6 ​​group, Robin Leproux, whom we received on February 26 in the JV le Journal, just announced the upcoming opening of a large center for games in Paris. According to our colleagues from La Voix du Nord, Espot Paris will have an area of ​​2000 m² in Rue de Rivoli. The building will have an arena with 150 seats, a control room, 100 PCs and 40 consoles. The location pictured on Instagram is already being used by some professionals, but the opening to the public will only take place “if the health authorities allow it. But we are ready to open, the work is over,” in Robin Leproux told AFP. We also learn that the project has been running for three years and that Robin Leproux teamed up with Aaron Buckstein, a Canadian market leader. More than esports, it is “gaming” in the broadest sense. (…) The very innovative character is to reach the general public. We can host birthday snacks for kids as well as retrogaming and esports competitions. We’ll see how our opening goes to the general public before announcing our openings in other European capitals, added Robin Leproux. Among the European capitals that Robin Leproux and Aaron Buckstein are targeting are Madrid and London. By MalloDelic, journalist jeuxvideo.com MP