The growing world of electronic sports has a new home in Warminster, but Metro Esports is a lot more than a contemporary arcade.
The 7,000-square-foot lounge at 1388 Street Road has something for just about every gamer, from the PC player looking to turn professional to the casual console gamers who want to play next to their friends instead of online at home.
The founder has also built in learning and career opportunities for those who want to make a living out of games. MEtro is believed to be the first of its kind esports center in Bucks County.
Welcome to gaming 2021 — the high-tech, emerging esports landscape that taps into the world’s long love of video games and the dynamic, ever-changing innovations in multimedia entertainment. Visitors to Metro enter the main gaming floor that looks like a mix of a common area at a dorm and computer lab at a college.
From there they can immerse themselves in fantasy worlds, pro-sports fields, war zones and so much more.
About 20 gaming consoles and computers connected to flat screens sit in front of couches and comfortable chairs and rows of desks are the main attraction for players looking to relax (and compete) with friends.
A gamer just stopping in can buy a $19 day