ShoWare Center, originally going to be Kent Events Center is a 6,500-seat, 154,400-square-foot (14,340 m2) multi-purpose arena in Kent, Washington, United States. The construction of the arena was completed on January 2, 2009. Its principal tenants are the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League, Tacoma Stars of the Major Arena Soccer League, and the Seattle Mist of the Legends Football League. Naming rights to the arena were initially sold to Amiga, Inc. and the arena was to be called "The Amiga Center at Kent". However, Amiga failed to make a promised down payment, and lost the naming rights as of August 2007. In November 2008 the Kent City Council announced that the city had sold the naming rights to the Fresno, California-based VisionOne, Inc., an e-business software developer which in turn named the arena after ShoWare, its flagship box office operations program. The arena is managed and operated by Philadelphia-based SMG. The design architect is LMN Architects of Seattle, in association with PBK Architects of Vancouver, British Columbia.