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The craziest 24h event of the year: 40 teams battling it out for 5,000 US dollars at VCO INFINITY.

The Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) continues to turn new concepts and formats in Esports racing into reality. The latest innovation from the ideas factory is VCO INFINITY. On 7th/8th May 2022 (LIVE on Twitch and YouTube), 40 teams from all around the world will compete in this totally new 24h event on the iRacing simulation platform and join the battle for a total prize money of 5,000 US dollars.

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The 2022 VCO Grand Slam on iRacing starts at the virtual Green Hell.

iRacing Nürburgring 24 opens this year’s VCO Grand Slam. Over the course of the year, there will be additional events at Watkins Glen, Road Atlanta and Suzuka. Trophies for all class winners in the top split, live commentary from Radio Show Limited, and iRacing credits for viewers make the Grand Slam events special.   Munich […]

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Monza thriller: Biela Racing Team EURONICS triumphs in the fourth race of the season in the 24H SERIES ESPORTS powered by VCO

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 […]

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Unbeatable again in Okayama: Team Redline triumphant in first Esports Racing World Cup

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.

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