The fourth ever MotoGP™ eSport Rising Stars Series kicks off this week in a bid to find and promote some of the brightest and youngest gaming talent across the globe to the very top of the sport.
Back for a fourth year after three highly successful seasons, the Rising Stars Series consists of three Online Regional Challenges in which Gamers will be divided into three categories, depending on their location. These three are the Americas, Europe and Africa, and finally Asia and Oceania.
The third of these Challenges starts this Friday 13th October at 11.00am CET and requires gamers to take on the compact Sachsenring Circuit, one of the most technical tracks on the calendar. The Challenge runs until Sunday 15th October.
The big change for 2023 is all Online Challenges (and the final) will be disputed using MotoE™ machines. Less than a month on from the dramatic finale of the 2023 MotoE™ World Championship, gamers must use Ducati’s visionary V21L electric machine to set the fastest time on a variety of tracks.
And for the first Online Challenge, gamers will use Italian Matteo Ferrari’s Felo Gresini MotoE™ machine to set the fastest possible time.
The event will be disputed in time attack mode and the gamers who achieve the fastest lap times will be awarded points. It’s time to take risks and put it all on the line as only the fastest lap times count.
Only the fastest lap times will count and gamers will be awarded points depending on their position in the final classification at the end of each Challenge.
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