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24 Hours Le Mans Virtual Series Finale

Le Mans Virtual Series finale

The 24 hours Le Mans Virtual Series finale is approaching, make sure you tune in and find out who will be champions.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual, the world’s most prestigious esports endurance race competition, is only a month away! Expect to see world champions and stars of race tracks from around the world battle it out to be crowned the 2022-23 Le Mans Virtual Series Champions.

Kicking off the ACO’s very special Centenary year, the 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual will be taking place in a month’s time and, when it draws to a close, the 2022-23 champions will be crowned and have all the bragging rights. 

The full entry list will be released on Wednesday 4th January, and more details on how to watch the TV broadcast show will follow. Keep up to speed with all the latest news from the Le Mans Virtual Series at lemansvirtual.com and @LeMansVirtual across InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

  • Round 5                       24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual                               January 14/15, 2023

About the Series

An elite esports series made up of five rounds which bring together endurance racing and sim racing’s top teams to compete on some of the world’s most famous racetracks. International FIA-licensed real-world drivers are teamed up with elite esports squads to take on endurance classics for a total prize fund of US$250,000, culminating in the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual. The series is a joint venture between leading racing game developer, publisher and esports ecosystem provider of official motorsport racing series throughout the world, Motorsport Games, and the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) – the creator and organizer of the world-famous 24 Hours of Le Mans and promoter of the FIA World Endurance Championship (FIA WEC).

CEO of Le Mans Virtual Series, Gérard Neveu, said: “Last year’s Le Mans Virtual Series was extremely successful and we strive to improve each year. The audience figures and returns we saw in 2021-22 go a long way towards recognizing the support of our impressive portfolio of partners, the collaboration of elite manufacturers and the commitment of the best sim racing teams, including our current champions, Team Redline. We are confident that we will continue to attract champions from all different categories of motorsport and sim racing and that we can produce another exciting and professional esports series for the massive worldwide gaming and spectator audiences to enjoy.”

 

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