How Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City is bringing in video gamers – Press Enterprise

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Guests pack 360 Sports at Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City for one of the weekly “eSports After Dark” tournaments. The casino started holding the esports tournaments in late May. (Courtesy of Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City)

We’ve previously covered how Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage successfully incorporated its video game nights. Now its sister property in Cathedral City is doing the same. The casino recently finished its first eight-week tournament dubbed eSports After Dark

The video game tournaments consisted of popular titles such as Super Smash Bros, Street Fighter V and Mario Kart.


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