AEG Ogden is responsible
for the management of venues in the Asia Pacific region, which includes a network of arenas and stadiums, convention and exhibition centres and performing arts theatres. AEG Ogden has venues in Australia, Malaysia, Qatar and China, and provides the home ground for sporting teams participating in national competitions for basketball, soccer, rugby union and rugby league. AEG Ogden manages the largest network of venues in the Asia Pacific region.
AEG Ogden is a joint venture between the Australian based Ogden IFC and AEG Facilities which is a stand-alone affiliate of the Anschutz Entertainment Group that operates or consults with more than 90 of the industries preeminent venues worldwide.
AEG is one of the leading sports and entertainment presenters in the world. AEG, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Anschutz Company, owns or controls a collection of companies including facilities such as STAPLES Center (Los Angeles, CA), Prudential Center (Newark, NJ), Sprint Center (Kansas City, MO), Citizen's Business Bank Arena (Ontario, CA), The Rose Garden (Portland, OR), WaMu Theatre (Seattle, WA), XL Center (Hartford, CT), El Rey Theatre (Hollywood, CA), Colosseum at Caesars Palace (Las Vegas, NV), Target Center (Minneapolis, MN), Rentschler Field (Hartford, CT), NOKIA Theatre Times Square, NOKIA Theatre at Grand Prairie, Allphones Arena (Sydney, AU), Beijing Olympic Basketball Arena, Color Line Arena (Hamburg), O2 World arena (Berlin) and The O2, a 28-acre development located in the eastern part of London along the Thames River which includes a 20,000-seat arena and over 650,000 sf of leisure and entertainment use; sports franchises including the Los Angeles Kings (NHL), Manchester Monarchs (AHL), Reading Royals (ECHL), Houston Dynamo and Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS), two hockey franchises operated in Europe, the Hammarby (Sweden) Futbol Club and management of privately held shares of the Los Angeles Lakers; AEG Merchandising, a multi-faceted merchandising company; AEG Creative, a full-service marketing and advertising agency and AEG Global Partnerships, a division responsible for worldwide sales and servicing of sponsorships naming rights and other strategic partnerships.
In addition, AEG developed and operates The Home Depot Center, a $150 million national training center located on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills in Carson, California which has been designated as an "Official U.S. Olympic Training Site" by the United States Olympic Committee and features major facilities for soccer, tennis, track & field, cycling, lacrosse, rugby, beach volleyball, boxing, football, field hockey, basketball and other sports in addition to concerts and corporate retreats as well as The David Beckham Academy and (Andre)Agassi's Safe Passage All Stars program.
Events such as the Amgen Tour of California cycling road race, the ING Bay to Breakers foot race and the East West Bank Classic WTA tennis tournament as well as an ongoing schedule of soccer exhibitions in the United States featuring the most popular international teams are part of the portfolio of AEG Sports.
AEG LIVE, one of the world's leading concert promotion and touring companies, with fourteen regional offices, is comprised of stand-alone affiliate divisions devoted to all aspects of live entertainment including: AEG LIVE Events, creators and producers of special events of all sizes; AEG-TV, creators of live events for television, DVD, pay-per-view, cinema and other electronic media; and AEG LIVE Tours & Special Events, Concerts West, Goldenvoice, The Messina Group and AEG Exhibitions, the company's national entertainment promotion and touring divisions.
AEG is overseeing the development of L.A. LIVE, a 4 million square foot / $2.5 billion downtown Los Angeles sports, residential & entertainment district featuring the recently opened Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE (7,100-seat live theatre) and Club Nokia (2,300 capacity live music venue), a 54-story, 1001-room convention "headquarters" destination (featuring The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott hotels and 224 luxury condominiums - The Residences at The Ritz Carlton - all in a single tower), a 14-screen Regal Cineplex, "broadcast" facilities for ESPN, along with entertainment, restaurant and office space. The company is also developing 12 arenas in China and an arena on the Las Vegas Strip.