October 20, 2021

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Le Matin – Gaming: New address in Casablanca

Gaming : Une nouvelle adresse à Casablanca

A new e-sports center has opened in Casablanca at Boulevard Jerketown. E-Blue Gaming wants to be a place of life and games animated by the success of the Moroccan game and its users. A real sanctuary for the occasional gamer or professional gamer, this immersive hub features state-of-the-art equipment and over 300 games, making it a boon for e-sport enthusiasts.

“E-Blue Gaming Morocco is a subsidiary of the 4H Gaming SARL Group, the franchise of the e-Blue e-Sport Stadium brand. According to a press release from the Center, the franchise initiative in Morocco was started by three passionate partners: Hala Houjanje, Hachem Fayed and Mohamed Help.
The new space will have gaming chairs and desks, decorated with blue lights as the main color and in accordance with e-gaming codes. “The restaurant space is also in complete harmony with the spirit of the center: tables with USB ports, induction and wireless chargers, designed and designed to cater to visitors who want to enjoy coffee or juice along with fans of phone games”, explain the center managers.

Cutting-edge equipment


The standard zone includes RTX3070 GPU graphics cards, i7 10700K processors, 16GB RAM and 165 Hz screens. The VIP zone includes RTX 3080 GPU graphics cards, i9 10700K processors, 32GB RAM and 240 Hz screens. In addition to PC parks, Console Zone offers users the opportunity to play on 4K televisions on the PlayStation 5. A streaming area of ​​5 m² is also available, which can keep a professional player for his biggest tournaments. E-Blue Gaming organizes various private tournaments in line with current health standards, but is waiting to open its tournaments to the general public.

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