Twickenham Stadium

Twickenham Stadium is the largest stadium in the world dedicated to the sport of rugby union, the second largest stadium in the United Kingdom behind Wembley Stadium and the fourth largest stadium in Europe.

Over the past two years, the stadium has been at the forefront of the ever-expanding esports universe. From Excel Esports using the facility as the base for its training headquarters to hosting the 2019 Neosurf UKLC Finals to the public, via the FaceIT Minors competition, Twickenham Stadium has embraced the excitement of esports, for both the professionals and the public.

With over 30 dedicated events spaces, excellent on-site catering and full IT support, Twickenham Stadium has become one of the go-to esports venues in Europe. Find out more here.

 


The Lock No.5

Situated on Level 3 of the new East Stand development, The Lock No.5 is the perfect venue for Esports Venue Summit - providing clear views of the world famous pitch in addition to views towards central London.

Complimentary tours of Twickenham Stadium will also be available during the event - highlights include a visit to the England Changing Room, the Royal Box, Players' Tunnel, a breath-taking view from the top of the stand and a pitch-side walk.

Details of booking will be shared with delegates nearer to the event.

 

Your safety

At Esports Venue Summit, your safety is paramount which is why, at Twickenham Stadium we will have the following measures in place to fully comply with government guidelines throughout the event:

  • Double the summit space! Your conference theatre and exhibition/networking spaces will now be in separate ‘locks’
  • Large covered area outside the registration space
  • Access to Lock No.5 via the spacious matchday steps*
  • A clearly signed one-way system between spaces
  • Lunch & dinner served in individual portions with wrapped cutlery & condiments
  • Hand sanitisers available at all touch points
  • Useful wipe stations to clean mobiles, laptops, etc
  • Cleaning of communal areas throughout the day

*If you require use of the lift, details of how to book can be found when you register for your delegate pass (at this current time, use of the lift will be restricted to those with a genuine need).

For more details about safety measures at the venue, please download Twickenham Stadium’s ‘Keeping your events safe’ document here.

 

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