During last week’s stream, 2K Kyle hosted special guests to help highlight a new section of Kings Gaming Studio. Since unveiling the world’s first dedicated eSports training facility and content studio inside a pro sports venue in December of 2017, influencers, artists and of course Kings Guard players have enjoyed the dream setup for gamers housed in Golden 1 Center. Sol Collective, a Sacramento a community center dedicated to arts, culture and activism, got the opportunity to venture into a new addition of the studio.
A pair of Sol Collective’s DJs, DJ El Indio and DJ Vic Jun, discussed the organization and all the programs they host ranging from yoga classes to music lessons while playing an epic game of 1 on 1 in 2K19. The three also touched on music influences, the growing art culture in Sacramento and more. Check out the full stream here.
After a session on the sticks, it was back to the music. The DJs gave a breakdown of the new state-of-the-art recording section of Kings Gaming Studio. In awe with the most technologically advanced equipment and software, the two even created a new beat on the spot.
— Kings Guard (@KingsGuardGG) January 29, 2019
With music being closely tied to the culture of gaming as shown with the Travis Scott collaboration of 2K19, the added feature of a recording studio has definitely leveled up the Kings Gaming Studio.