Motivated by spectral gluing patterns in the Betti Langlands program, we show that for any reductive group G, a parabolic
subgroup P, and a topological surface M, the (enhanced) spectral Eisenstein series category of M is the factorization homology over M of the E2-Hecke category H_{G,P} =IndCoh(LS_{G,P}(D^2, S^1)), where LS_{G,P}(D^2, S^1) denotes the moduli stack of G-local systems on a disk together with a P-reduction on the boundary circle. More generally, for any pair of stacks Y → Z satisfying some mild conditions and any map between topological spaces N → M, we define (Y, Z)^{N,M} = Y^N ×_{Z^N} {Z^M} to be the space of maps from M to Z along with a lift to Y of its restriction to N. Using the pair of pants construction, we define an E_n-category H_n(Y, Z) = IndCoh_0((Y, Z)^{S^n−1,D^n})_{Y}), and compute its factorization homology on any d-dimensional manifold M with d ≤ n,
\int_M H_n(Y, Z) = IndCoh_0(Y, Z)^{∂(M×D^n−d),M}_{Y^M},
where IndCoh_0 is the sheaf theory introduced by ArinkinGaitsgory and Beraldo. Our result naturally extends previous known computations of Ben-Zvi–Francis–Nadler and Beraldo.