Catching up with World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin as he readies for his 2020 British GT season with Jenson Team Rocket RJN.
World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin will now enjoy an expanded race program in 2020 with the British racer scheduled to compete in six major GT events this year.
World’s Fastest Gamer Series 2 winner James Baldwin is set to make his race debut in August in the British GT Championship – kicking off an expanded race program for 2020.
Get ready to binge-watch the entire second season of the World’s Fastest Gamer documentary this Saturday on ESPN2 from 5:00pm (EDT) – find out who has the ability to go from gamer to racer.
The six-part documentary on Engine Media/Torque Esports’ ground-breaking “gamer to racer” program, World’s Fastest Gamer, to debut Saturday on ESPN’s networks.
With qualifying for World’s Fastest Gamer 3 going on right now via Gear.Club, we caught up with World’s Fastest Gamer 2 winner James Baldwin to see how the competition changed his life, the advice he has for new gamers and why you should try your hand at qualifying for WFG3.
Using nothing more than a mobile phone or tablet – gamers around the world from today have the chance to earn a spot in the third season of World’s Fastest Gamer thanks to Gear.Club and challenge for a real-world US$1 million drive.
Upon the resumption of racing action, World’s Fastest Gamer winner and coach Rudy van Buren is set to contest his first full-season of Porsche Carrera Cup Germany competition.
WFG to provide welcome distraction from lack of real racing Gamers can qualify for free for $1M prize Free to Play game available to download now Previous winners now professional simulator and racing drivers New season to again feature global TV and streamed content ...
World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin hit the track at Circuit Paul Ricard today to test the Jenson Team Rocket RJN McLaren.