|i wireless Center|
|Location|| 1201 River Drive|
Moline, Illinois 61265
|Former names||The MARK of the Quad Cities (1993-2007)|
|Capacity|| 12,000 (concerts)|
3,000 (theater concerts)
6,000 (amphitheater concerts)
The i wireless Center is a 12,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Moline, Illinois. It is currently home to the Quad City Steamwheelers arena football team and the Quad City Mallards of the International Hockey League.
The facility opened in May 1993, under the name The MARK of the Quad Cities with Neil Diamond being the opening act. The arena has garnered numerous industry awards since that time.
The arena has hosted NCAA Division 1 college basketball games (including the The Summit League men's basketball tournament from 1996-99) in addition to several National Hockey League and National Basketball Association exhibition contests. The now-defunct Quad City Thunder basketball team played all their home games at The i wireless Center from 1993 until the Continental Basketball Association folded six years later. Hockey was also played at the arena from 1995 to 2009, the first 12 years by the Quad City Mallards of the United Hockey League and the last two by the Quad City Flames of the American Hockey League before moving to Abbotsford, British Columbia.
In August 2005, i wireless (a T-Mobile affiliate) announced a 10-year agreement with The Mark (former name) and the Illinois Quad City Civic Center Authority to secure naming rights of the arena, but a name change to the i wireless Center did not take place until July 19, 2007.