Worlds Fastest Gamer 2019 – rFactor2 Entry Event
Its time for the 2019 World’s Fastest Gamer competition, in which the winner will become a professional driver and race Aston Martins with R-Motorsport at iconic circuits such as Monza, Paul Ricard, Brands Hatch, Nurburgring, and in the Spa-Francorchamps and Daytona 24 hours.
Two years ago rFactor 2 was the weapon of choice for the inaugural World’s Fastest Gamer competition, with rFactor 2 champion, Rudy van Buren becoming the overall winner. This year, rFactor 2 is back as part of this prestigious sim racing competition.
Let’s have a look at the Factor2 entry stage of the 2019 WFG2 competition. One viewer/member of the public will take home a $30,000 simulator rig as their prize – and one contestant will secure a place in the WFG2 final group, where they’ll undergo training and testing with F1 legends, to see if they are the one who will head off to the world of racing real-life racing cars).
This year’s commentators are British radio and television presenter OJ Borg, Nick Daman from Radio Le Mans, and RC Racing fame, and the previous World’s Fastest Gamer, Rudy van Buren.
This year World’s Fastest Gamer founder and Millennial Esports Corp President, Darren Cox is back with WFG2 which will most likely top the success of the first edition as the organization partnered up with the Swiss R-Motorsport team who campaign Aston Martin GT cars in several real-world championships.
In the WFG2, 10 gamers will engage in a battle for the biggest ever prize in Esports ever.
Eight of the finalists come from the biggest esports racing championships of 2019. Two more will enter via wild card qualifiers held in the coming weeks, one exclusively on mobile on the Gear.Club app, the other online on rFactor 2. The finalists will undergo rigorous selection trials in the UK with the top six flying to R-Motorsport’s HQ in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Two will be picked through an intensive four-day set of challenges and will then compete in an on-track shoot out at the Hockenheim finale for Germany’s “Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters” (DTM). Head judge Juan Pablo Montoya and WFG season one winner Rudy Van Buren will decide who has what it takes to claim the prize worth more than $1 Million.
The eventual winner will become a professional driver and race an Aston Martin with R-Motorsport and drive a full racing season at iconic circuits such as Monza, Paul Ricard, Brands Hatch, Nurburgring, including the famous Spa-Francorchamps and Daytona 24 hours races.
Head over to wfgamer.com to find out more or follow @theWFGamer on social.
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