Esports racing fans have spoken up – they are flooding our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram channels with the reasons why they’d love to have the $30k Allinsports gaming rig in their life.
Ten of the world’s elite esports racers will race aboard Allinsports gaming rigs as part of the upcoming World’s Fastest Gamer Grand Final tour as Millennial Esports reveals the first of several new partners for the second season of the leading esports racing competition.
“We can’t deny people their dream, 80% of the people who race online, want to race in real life. So we’re going back to our roots, let’s go and put them in GT cars.”
Esports racers on the popular rFactor sim racing platform will get the chance to race their way into the real-world driver’s seat with a prize valued at more than US$1 million thanks to World’s Fastest Gamer.
Take a look at World’s Fastest Gamer at last week’s Spa 24 Hour. Check out the livery on the R-Motorsport Aston Martin and our #RaceRudy simulator challenge for the media.
Check out the journey to Rudy van Buren’s Porsche Supercup debut this weekend at Hockenheim. Our World’s Fastest Gamer-winning Dutchman endured a chaotic debut race with multiple safety cars and a red flag!
The search for the next #GamerToRacer is underway with the second edition of World’s Fastest Gamer kicking going full throttle this weekend.
Inaugural World’s Fastest Gamer winner Rudy van Buren will make his professional racing debut this week when he contests the Hockenheim round of the 2019 Porsche Mobil 1 SuperCup.
World’s Fastest Gamer and leading international GT team R-Motorsport will celebrate their partnership at this year’s Spa-Francorchamps 24 Hour with the No. 762 Aston Martin Vantage GT3 debuting a WFG2 livery in the Belgian endurance classic.
The groundbreaking World’s Fastest Gamer esports competition is offering the opportunity for mobile gamers to compete to earn a wildcard entry into the WFG competition Grand Final via the Gear.Club mobile game.