Pro Aerial League is launching the FIRST professional team drone racing competition in United States on Saturday August 19, 2017 from 11am to 7pm at Xfinity Arena in Everett, Washington.
We are also the FIRST drone racing league to be running spec class racing using the Thrust UAV 250R racing drones and have secured a multi-year partnership to continue to use Thrust UAV racing drones.
The Pro Aerial League is a Seattle based drone racing organization that has created a unique experience for both spectators and pilots. Drone racing has never taken place inside of a hockey area with paid spectators in attendance…and this will be one of many industry firsts that the Pro Aerial League will have accomplished.
The Pro Aerial League sits between the high quality major media production of the Drone Racing League and the local MultiGP chapters that have played a key role in the rapid growth of drone racing.
Pro Aerial League events also include many other entertainment activities that are all included in the $28 price of admission including unlimited Laser Tag, Virtual Reality, Dodgeball, Nerf Rivals, and a Drone Education Zone that gives kids and adults the opportunity to fly drones.
About Pro Aerial League
The concept for the Pro Aerial League was formed following the December, 2016 Ge2 event at Century Link Field Events Center in Seattle, Washington that had over 6,000 attendees from 21 states.
The founding team behind the Pro Aerial League has produced the largest attended drone races in the Pacific Northwest, launched iconic products into the consumer marketplace, built family focused entertainment companies, delivered digital content programs across multiple distribution channels, created innovative technology solutions and ran marketing divisions for major brands.
The Pro Aerial League is focused on (4) main areas:
- SPECTATOR focused competitions
- RACER centered promotions
- DRONE CLUB growth
- LEAGUE expansion
The Pro Aerial League team has developed many different opportunities to support the growth of drone racing, spectator experience, revenue for drone racers, increased membership of regional drone clubs, and the introduction of drone flying to people interested in learning from the best.