The LeSports Center (Chinese: 乐视体育生态中心), originally Beijing Wukesong Culture & Sports Center (Chinese: 五棵松体育馆), is an indoor arena for the 2008 Summer Olympics basketball preliminaries and finals. Ground was broken on 29 March 2005 and construction was completed on 11 January 2008. The stadium has a capacity of 18,000 and covers an area of 63,000 square metres. It was scaled back from its original design due to a 43% budget cut.
The stadium was constructed by "Beijing Wukesong Cultural & Sports Co.Ltd." whose five shareholders are Zhongguancun CENCONS Group, Haidian State-owned Assets Investment Co. Ltd, Beijing Urban Construction Group Co. Ltd, Beijing Urban Construction Co. Ltd and the Tianhong Group. After the Olympic Games, the center become an important part of Beijing's Olympic Games heritage, allowing citizens to enjoy cultural, sports, leisure, recreational and commercial activities. It was a large-scale comprehensive project rare in Beijing in integrating cultural, sporting functions and commercial purposes with large-scale gardens and green space.
On 6 January 2011, MasterCard Worldwide, the rival of Olympic sponsor Visa, announced the acquisition of the naming rights to the Center. It was renamed MasterCard Center effective from 21 January 2011.
On December 14 2015, the KHL announced that the Beijing hockey expansion team would play in the arena.
On 16 December 2015, LeTV Sports announced that it has obtained naming rights for Beijing's iconic Wukesong Arena. It will be renamed as LeSports Center officially from 1 January 2016. Beyond that, LeSports promises to provide a package of intellectual services inside the arena and out.