Luca Kita and Patrick Heinrich win after thrilling six-hour Monza race. Team75 Bernhard by SimRC in second place and PRT Ronin SimSport in third round off the podium. Wins in other classes go to Williams Esports, Team75 Bernhard by SimRC and CoRe SimRacing. Munich – fourth race – fourth winner. Luca Kita and Patrick Heinrich […]
Munich – After three days of spectacular racing on three different sim platforms, the first Esports Racing World Cup (ERWC) hosted by Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) has been decided. On the final day on the iRacing platform and the virtual Okayama Circuit, Team Redline secured the overall win against a strong field in this innovative Esports tournament. The team, with the drivers Enzo Bonito, Kevin Siggy, Chris Lulham, Patrik Holzmann and Jeffrey Riedfeld, started the tournament from third on the grid on Friday, and followed that with two wins on Saturday and Sunday. Victory on Sunday was brought home by Bonito, Lulham and Holzmann, when they prevailed over Jamie Fluke, Juan Bustamante and Johann Harth of Apex Racing Team in the finale.
Munich – Thrilling race in ultra-fast race cars on the rFactor 2 simulation platform, and spectacular wheel-to-wheel battles from the opening heat to the final. Day two of the Esports Racing World Cup (ERWC), organised by Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) saw the 22 participating teams produce another evening of exciting Esports. Saturday’s winners at the virtual Silverstone Circuit were Team Redline, with drivers Kevin Siggy, Jeffrey Rietveld and Enzo Bonito. The trio won a nerve-racking final against the R8G Esports team of Marcell Csincsik, Erhan Jajovski and Maarten van Loozenord. After third place on day one and victory on Saturday, Team Redline now tops the overall standings in ERWC I.
Munich – The Esports Racing World Cup (ERWC), organised by Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO), is up and running, and day one served up a feast of exciting racing and drama right down to the final lap. The 22 teams from around the world produced some close battles for the top positions in the individual heats at the virtual Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst. At the end of a thrilling evening of Esports, the Unicorns of Love team won an eventful final on the Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC) simulation platform to take victory on the opening day of ERWC I. Michael Tauscher, Tobias Gronewald and Leon Otocki (all GER) came out on top against Veloce Esports and its drivers James Baldwin (GBR), Eamonn Murphy (IRL) and Marko Pejic (GER) in the final.
Munich – This weekend sees the next highlight of the 2022 Esports racing season: the Esports Racing World Cup (ERWC), organised by Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO). 22 teams from all over the world will battle it out for a prize purse of 50,000 US dollars. The racing will take place in an exciting tournament format on the Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC), rFactor 2 and iRacing simulation platforms. The races can be watched live on the VCO channels (Twitch and YouTube) from 19:00 (CET) on Friday.
Munich – The Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) announced a new partnership with TKNZ.gg, The Museum of Gaming and Esports History, on Wednesday. This marks the beginning of an exciting collaboration which will introduce special Digital Collectibles to the market, starting early 2022.
At the third race in the 24H SERIES ESPORTS powered by VCO, Vlad Khimichev and Racim Fezoui have recorded the first win of the season for their R8G Esports team and chalked up their third consecutive podium finish.
Munich – On Sunday the Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) honoured the formative contenders of the past Esports racing season with the VCO SIMMY AWARDS (the full show is available HERE on YouTube). The community was asked to determine five nominees in each of the 13 categories and afterwards vote for the winners. More than 6,000 fans of virtual racing took part in the 2021 vote.