The F1 Esports Challenger Series is here, with the second round starting on Tuesday on PC and live on f1esports.com!
The F1 Esports Challenger Series is a new addition to F1 Esports this year. It started with the first two qualification events, with the highest scoring 16 players (8 from each of the 2 qualification events) going through to the Challenger Series.
Starting Tuesday, we move to a 6 round online championship for the highest scoring 16 players. Races run at 50% of real F1 race distances and all the action will be streamed online.
So you don’t miss anything, this is what the next few weeks looks like:
|1||28th August||PlayStation 4||Spa-Francorchamps|
|1||29th August||Xbox One||Spa-Francorchamps|
|2||3rd September||PC||Autodromo Nazionale Monza|
|2||4th September||PlayStation 4||Autodromo Nazionale Monza|
|2||5th September||Xbox One||Autodromo Nazionale Monza|
|3||24th September||PC||Sochi Autodrom|
|3||25th September||PlayStation 4||Sochi Autodrom|
|3||26th September||Xbox One||Sochi Autodrom|
|4||9th October||PlayStation 4||Suzuka|
|4||10th October||Xbox One||Suzuka|
|5||29th October||PC||Circuit of the Americas|
|5||30th October||PlayStation 4||Circuit of the Americas|
|5||31st October||Xbox One||Circuit of the Americas|
|6||9th December||Xbox One||Interlagos|
|6||11th December||PlayStation 4||Interlagos|
The top 7 players in each of the Challenger Series championships from each platform will qualify for the 2020 Pro Draft, with one being crowned the inaugural F1 Challenger Series champion.
How do you watch the F1 Esports Challenger Series? The Series will be livestreamed on f1esports.com, with races starting at 8pm GMT – see you there!