Nation’s First Video Gaming Arena Coming To Philly

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“The Philadelphia Inquirer” says Comcast will spend $50-million in south Philly to create the nation’s first video gaming arena.

The company plans to break ground this summer on part of the 47-acre stadium complex.

The 3,500 seat stadium is being built next to Xinity Live, and will be walking distance from Citizens Bank Park and the Wells Fargo Center.

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