TOUR & INTERVIEWS
In an exclusive tour (including interviews) of the Equinox facilities, OU Esports is excited to bring you a video produced by exiting Media Lead Stingray Schuller! As seen in a previous tweet by Equinox, the Zipchair Gaming Chairs are visible, in addition to interviews from Chris Aguilar, Connor Knudsen.
The 6000 square foot facility includes spaces for offices, performance, and other structures to host events with in-house production — including room for streaming personalities and other content creators. Eventually open to the public, Covid-19 has put a hamper on plans, but as progress in this area continues, Sooner Esports will be keeping you updated.
In other Equinox news, the company recently acquired Smashcade, a Oklahoma based Smash Bros. tournament beginning in 2019. This absorption includes the transition of Smashcade founder Austin Hogue into the role of associate production director for Equinox. Smashcade intends to run as planned and will continue on December 12th of this year.
”Registration for Smashcade's December monthly is open (North America only). The tournament will begin at 2 p.m. CST Saturday, Dec. 12, with a $250 prize pool split among the top three competitors. To register, visit the Smashcade Smash.gg webpage (https://smash.gg/SConline16). The ruleset for the tournament can be found at the bottom of the Smash.gg webpage.Ariel "Aripanda" WestCommunications Director
ABOUT EQUINOX ESPORTS
Equinox Esports, LLC., is the first professional esports organization to represent the state of Oklahoma. Equinox began development in early 2020 through the vision of founders Chad Ford, Chris Aguilar and Connor Knudsen. The organization is privately backed and powered by an Oklahoma-grown team of professionals with a combined 50 years of experience in the esports, higher education, marketing and cinema industries. The Equinox mission is to cultivate esports athletes, produce quality content and elevate Oklahoma City through esports.