10/28/2021 | News release | Distributed by Public on 10/28/2021 05:37
In a year that has seen the MotoGP™ eSport Championship expand to new heights, a second-ever FIM Enel MotoE™ eSport Challenge has been launched.
Gamers from around the world will attempt to set the fastest time possible at the Red Bull Ring with MotoE™ World Cup winner Jordi Torres and his Energica Ego Corsa using the official MotoGP™21 videogame.
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And what of the prizes? The Challenge can be disputed on all platforms (PlayStation, Xbox and PC) and the gamer who sets the fastest time on each platform will be invited to whichever grand prix they desire in 2022 (should the situation regarding Covid 19 allow it).
The Challenge gets underway on Thursday 28th October at 11am (GMT+2) and runs until Sunday 7th of November at 7pm (GMT+1). The participants may attempt the MotoE™ eSport Challenge as many times as each participant decides.
The eSport Challenge will be disputed in time attack mode at the Red Bull Ring, with the MotoE rider Jordi Torres and his Energica Ego Corsa without any opponents, in order to set the fastest single lap time.
Weather conditions will be pre-selected and cannot be changed. The best laps of the FIM Enel MotoE™ eSport Challenge will be available through MotoGP™21 videogame as ghosts. All ghosts can be downloaded by all competitors and loaded for the participant attempt to enable a visual reference of the current best on-track performance.
In case of any irregularities, such as exceeding the track limits, falling at any point, and collisions with walls or other elements, the current lap time will be considered invalid.
So charge your batteries and take to the track. You can't afford to miss out!