Formula One has launched the Virtual Grand Prix Series in a bid to replace the postponed races and provide both professional F1 drivers and F1 esports stars with a chance to compete amid the coronavirus outbreak.
One of the most well-known figures in the F1 esports pro scene, Cem Bolukbasi, made headlines last weekend when he ditched his virtual car to try out a real-life single-seater on the Hockenheimring racetrack.
The fast-moving expansion of the esports motor racing network has caught the eye of former F1 champion, Fernando Alonso, he joins a list of significant investors in the industry.
Just a couple of weeks after we reported on a esports player out-performing a former formula one driver on a real racing track, a giant of the racing industry has realised the potential for a new generation of its athletes.
Esports star Enzo Bonito achieved what millions of gamers around the world have fantasised about for decades and used his skills to beat a a real, former F1 driver on a real track.
UK phenom Brendon Leigh has clinched the 2018 Formula 1 eSport title, helping Mercedes clinch the inaugural team title in the process.
Interest in esports is growing daily and major sports are getting in on the act. While League of Legends, Overwatch…
Car manufacturer Renault and Renault Sports Racing have joined forces with Europe’s best performed team, the French-based Team Vitality, to…
Esports event organizer Millennial Esports Corp raised US$12.1 million from a private placement and used part of the proceeds to buy Eden Games.
Formula 1 has announced the launch of the Formula 1 Esports Series, marking the world’s premier motorsport’s official entry into the booming esports industry.