MotoGP eSport Championship: Another Roaring Competitive Season Begins

MotoGP eSport Championship: Another Roaring Competitive Season Begins

The MotoGP eSport Championship, which gave so much satisfaction to Italy during the past editions, is finally about to start again. The virtual centaurs will compete, of course, on the new iteration of the Milestone license plate series.

The pilots, therefore, will have to train well to master the innovations of the last chapter. This year the format of the championship changes again and starts with six online Challenge, in which players will compete for The first online challenge will take place from June 19 while the other five will continue until the end of July.

Challenges are played in Time Attack mode on a circuit with a MotoGP rider and motorcycle. The two fastest players per platform and region (Europe-Rest of the world) will qualify for Pro Draft. Seventy-two players will be able to pass the round.

The first two weeks of August will be dedicated to the Pro Draft. The seventy-two qualified will compete to become the twelve official pilots who will play the 2019 MotoGP eSport championship. The twelve finalists, therefore, will decide which MotoGP team to represent based on the results: the fastest will choose, therefore, first.

At the end of the selection, the on-site competition will open: with three events and six races. The first event will be at Misano during the San Marino and Rimini Riviera Grand Prix. The second event has not yet been revealed and it will be extremely interesting to find out, given that between Misano and Valencia there are the “peaceful” stages of the championship: Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, and Australia.

The season finale will be, as always, at the Grand Prix Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana alongside the last GP of the year.