BSE Global has overseen programming, marketing, sales, and operations for Barclays Center since the venue opened on September 28, 2012. Barclays Center hosts a diverse portfolio of events spanning professional and college sports, family entertainment, and concerts from both global superstars and emerging artists. The arena offers offers 17,732 seats for basketball, 15,795 for hockey, and up to 19,000 seats for concerts, and has 101 luxury suites, and an array of bars, lounges and clubs including the 40/40 CLUB, and Qatar Airways Courtside Club.

In 2016, BSE Global revitalized an industrial historic warehouse in Brooklyn’s Industry City to create a new state-of-the-art practice facility for the Brooklyn Nets: HSS Training Center. In 2018, the business arm of the team and arena relocated BSE Global HQ to the same building as HSS Training Center.

Barclays Center opened on September 28, 2012 and is a major sports and entertainment venue in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. The venue has one of the most intimate seating configurations ever designed into a modern multi-purpose arena, with unparalleled sightlines and first-class amenities. The venue offers 17,732 seats for basketball and up to 19,000 seats for concerts and other events. Named by Billboard as a top venue of the 2010s decade, Barclays Center is home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets and the WNBA’s New York Liberty, as well as major concerts, boxing events, family shows, and college basketball.

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HSS Training Center is the home of the Brooklyn Nets. This state-of-the-art practice facility opened in February 2016, boasting panoramic views of New York Harbor from the eighth floor and rooftop of a historic waterfront warehouse in Industry City. With 70,000 square feet of practice, training, office and hospitality space, HSS Training Center pays homage to Brooklyn’s rich history in the redevelopment of what was originally known as Bush Terminal, an industrial complex built in 1895.