The online racing tournament will be organized by the organizers of the world’s first Formula 1 racing tournament, bringing together a lot of famous riders competing on the basis of the F1 PC game.
Because of of COVID-19 outbreak around the world, a lot of sports tournaments such as the Premier League, La Liga, or the world’s first Formula 1 race have been canceled or postponed until the situation is under control. Even the Euro 2020 football tournament has had to delay its organization to 2021.
Professional F1 racers will also be able to join the race at an online racing event organized by the F1 racing organizers. 1 world stands out. Specifically, the organizers have announced on their official website of a tournament called “F1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix” to fill the void left by delayed races.
All racers joining in F1 racing 2020 will take part in in this online race, along with a number of other guest riders. The game used to compete is the PC version of F1 game 2019 by Codemasters. It is expected that this online racing tournament will last until the end of May, with the matches being streamed live on Youtube, Twitch and official Facebook of the organizers.
Not only that, the organizers also emphasized that this tournament is completely for fun, helping the riders, as well as fans of F1 racing, can entertain during the epidemic, and the results of this race will not affect the actual ranking of Formula 1 professionals.
The races will be held to coincide with the actual time of races postponed in real life, and by the time this article is done, the first online race in Bahrain has ended.
In another development, the Spanish football tournament took place on the FIFA Fifa 2020 platform, with the final between two teams Real Madrid and Leganés. As a result, Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio shone brilliantly and won 4-2, thereby helping Real Madrid crowned the champion of this online tournament. All proceeds from the tournament through the donation channels will be used to support the prevention and response to the COVID-19 epidemic.