Vancouver: New Boost Program Supports The Gaming Industry With Free Desks

Boost Program

After the worldwide stop due to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Home Key opens again in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The workspace for the gaming community launches the Boost Program to support small businesses with free desks and facilities.

The Boost Program aims to support small businesses in the esports, tech, or gaming industry affected by the COVID pandemic. Following the remote work trend, the space becomes a hub for small businesses and remote workers. The program offers free office space and equipment in The Home Key’s facility. The workplace also runs side and fun activities to encourage networking within its members. 

After months of restrictions, The Home Key’s goals remain connecting community members in a place where they can brainstorm and work on their projects. On the occasion of the reopening, the workplace launches the Boost Program, offering applicants two months of free desk space. 

Boost Program Workspace Membership

  • Three dedicated desks for a team, fully equipped with a high-speed gaming CPU, 144 Hz monitor & full set of peripherals for each member.
  • Facility’s conference room, social areas, and kitchen
  • Free coffee & tea
  • Access to multiple of PC, retro console & board games

Any startup in the esports, gaming, or tech industry can apply up to three memberships for a maximum of two months. The membership program is open to teams and individuals trying to grow their brands, like content creators, aspiring gamers, streamers, etc. 

The selected applicants will join the community from the second week of June.

The deadline for applications is on July 7th at midnight.


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