Given the exponential rise of gaming and esports in the country, the need for spaces where gamers can congregate has also increased. The local cybercafé industry needs to step up their game to keep up with the demands of their clientele.
Ground Zero Esports Lounge, located in Xentro Mall, Antipolo, aims to be the one-stop-shop for the gamer looking for a high-end gaming experience.
With impressive PC specs, wide-ranging dining options and an upscale ambiance, Ground Zero is the perfect hangout for gamers and non-gamers alike.
The gaming hub has an expansive menu with specialty gaming-themed dishes and drinks, complete from appetizers to desserts, cocktails and coffee. For those who prefer to watch rather than play, there are 15 units of 55-inch TV streaming the most prestigious esports tournaments.
The names behind Ground Zero are also forerunners in the local cybercafé industry. Eric Redulfin of TNC Cyber Café says it best: “We want to provide a place where the gamers, their families and friends can gather. Here in Ground Zero they can meet and they will be able to find offerings that will pique their interest.”
The venue’s 87 regular PC units are armed with cutting-edge specs at the price of P60 per hour. The VIP areas are equipped with 10 Acer Predator G1’s with NVIDIA GTX 1080 GPUs at P80 per hour.
The entire venue is equipped with 2,300 mpbs of Internet as well, ensuring no connectivity issues and smooth, lag-free games and ultra-fast upload and download speeds.