Intrust Bank Arena (known as Sedgwick County Arena during early planning stages) is a 15,004-seat multi-purpose arena located in Wichita, Kansas, United States. The arena features 22 suites, 2 party suites, and over 300 premium seats. It is home to the Wichita Thunder of the Central Hockey League and is the second largest indoor arena in the state of Kansas behind only Allen Fieldhouse, which seats 16,300. On April 4, 2005, Governor Kathleen Sebelius signed the Intrust Bank Arena tax bill authorizing Sedgwick County to collect a one percent sales tax beginning July 1, 2005 for 30 months.
On January 10, 2008, Sedgwick County announced it had reached a 25-year, $8.75 million naming rights deal with Intrust Bank, which complements a 20-year, $3 million deal with Cessna Aircraft Company to name an adjacent outdoor plaza, and a concourse area deal with Spirit AeroSystems. The City of Wichita has also placed a bid to host the first two rounds of the 2011, 2012 or 2013 men's NCAA Division I basketball tournament. However, there wasn't enough seating, nor any nearby hotels, so the arena was passed over.