Big Betty HyperX Esports Truck hosted the Scottish Esports league final at Resonate with £5k cash prize
A 21 metre American style truck, known as Big Betty, made it's Scottish debut at Glasgow’s Resonate Gaming Festival on 20-21 July at the SEC, and hosted the final of Esport Scotland’s Scottish Esports League Live.
The HyperX Esports truck, brought to Resonate by Currys PC World and Legion by Lenovo was created to allow esports fans the chance to experience multi-player games and boasts a rooftop VIP area and players’ lounge with 20 gaming stations. The 2019 league final was the first to be held live on the Big Betty truck, where contestants battled it out to get their hands on an amazing £5,000 cash prize.
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Alongside the tournament, show guests were able to take part in live games on board the world’s first self-contained Esports facility, such as Super Smash Bros, Rainbow Six Siege, CS:GO and Rocket League.
James Hood, Esports Scotland owner, said: “We were over the moon to be a part of Resonate last year and this year we are coming back with a bang and we can’t wait for our teams to experience our finals live on Big Betty.”
Resonate is the largest gaming exhibition in Scotland, showcasing the latest games, software and gadgets. Spread across six fully-interactive zones; including the 18+; Indie Games; Kids; Retro and Esports Zone as well as the all-new Careers and Education Zone, the ultimate gaming experience will display some of the biggest brands in the industry.