Robin Leprox, former president of the PSG football club and former manager of the French channel M6, told AFP on Monday that the “gaming” center, the largest physical center in Europe, would be called a spot. Confirming information from La Letre A, about opening up to the public, “We do when health officials authorize us.” But we are ready to open, the work is done, ”Mr. Leprox assured. The 2,000m2 site in Rio de Janeiro, in the heart of Paris, has a control room, a 150-seat arena, or a studio with 100 pcs and 40 game consoles already in use by customers. Experts (“B2B”).
Robin Leprox, 61, affiliated with Canadian Aaron Buckstein, has been preparing the project for “more than three years” in a world that has fascinated him for more than two decades, he assures us. “More than Sport, it’s gaming in a broader sense” is at the heart of the project, he explained. “The most innovative role should be in the general public. We can do both birthday snacks, retrogaming and sport competitions for children,” he added. “We hope to eventually develop this concept in other major European cities, including London and Madrid.” We look forward to seeing you at our opening, “said Mr. Leprox, a media professional who has served as M6 director several times between 1992 and 2014. He chaired the Paris SG between 2009 and 2011.