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Simracing Academy: per diventare vincenti!

L’idea è nata pensando a cosa possa tornare utile a quei piloti virtuali che hanno cominciato da poco con il simracing, o anche a quelli che vogliano approfondire... ecco quindi la nostra Simracing Academy!
Simracing Academy: per diventare vincenti!

Project CARS 3: com'è rispetto ai predecessori?

Dopo la nostra recensione completa, abbiamo pensato di confrontare Project CARS 3 direttamente con i suoi predecessori, il primo ed il secondo titolo...
Project CARS 3: com'è rispetto ai predecessori?

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    Anche la Williams F1 lancia il suo eSport team ufficiale

    Dopo Fernando Alonso e l'ex F1 Jean Alesi, arriva oggi l'annuncio del team Williams di Formula 1, con il lancio del nuovo team ufficiale eSport targato Williams, che come primo obiettivo si pone la partecipazione del torneo ufficiale eSport della Formula 1.

    Williams has launched an official eSports team to compete in a range of online sim racing competitions.
    eSports gives Williams an opportunity to compete in a burgeoning industry, providing both new and existing fans with opportunities to engage with the team in a diverse and accessible arena.
    The team will run competitions for gamers to earn their place on the Williams eSports roster for a variety of sim racing competitions throughout the season. Details of these competitions, games and series will follow.

    Williams eSports drivers will have access to the team’s factory in Oxfordshire for training and events, as well as the chance to work in the team’s Formula One simulator with technical staff and drivers including Robert Kubica. The first three drivers signed to the Williams eSports roster are: Javier Perez, Jani Vitsaniemi and Bernardo Perez.

    Williams eSports will be managed by Javier Guerra, who founded sim racing team JIM Racing in 2011. Javier will co-ordinate and develop the team’s activities across the sim racing landscape. JIM Racing will continue as Williams JIM Racing Junior, providing another route for gamers to graduate to Williams eSports in future.

    As part of its activity in 2018, the Williams eSports team will contest the second season of the Formula 1 eSports Pro Series.
    Nine of the current FIA Formula 1 World Championship teams have entered the online competition, which uses the Codemasters F1 games. Teams will be able to select drivers from the Pro Draft event in July, ahead of the Pro Series races over three live events later this year.

    Javier Guerra, Williams eSports Team Manager: “eSports has grown dramatically in recent years to become a huge global industry, so we’re eager to take on the challenge of growing sim racing’s place in the eSports world. We’re looking forward to developing our roster of drivers, offering a select number the incredible chance to become part of the Williams family.”

    Steven English, Head of Creative Services, added: “Gaming and motorsport have had strong links for many years. Now, eSports is an innovative part of the sport and entertainment landscape, so this is a natural evolution of our competitive spirit. We’re ambitious about developing opportunities for our fans and our partners in this new and exciting space for us.”

    Find out more during the season at www.williamsf1.com/esports and stay up to date by following www.twitter.com/williamsesport and www.instagram.com/williamsesport

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