ESPN will debut the studio 24 August with segments for television programs and digital platforms.
“In our ongoing mission to serve sports fans, we are committing to a bigger presence both in Las Vegas and with our content across platforms to authentically serve a fast-growing, highly engaged audience,” said Mike Morrison, VP of Business Development, ESPN.
The new studio is the latest step in ESPN’s partnership with Caesars, launched in spring 2019.
The studio holds approximately 6,000 square feet and includes 12 cameras.
ESPN will also use the studio for Las Vegas-centric sporting events.
“The debut of the all-new ESPN studio at The LINQ Hotel + Experience is a testament both to Las Vegas’ position as the sports betting capitol of the world and its transformation into a sports city,” said Chris Holdren, Caesars Entertainment, Inc. Co-President of Caesars Sports. “With the marquee location of the studio right at the heart of the Strip, we’re excited to see the unique programming that could only be produced here in Las Vegas.”