ADAC GT Masters eSports 2020

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The ADAC GT Masters eSports series on RaceRoom is the virtual equivalent of the ADAC GT Masters. It features seven races and a field of pros that have qualified through an online hotlap challenge. The participants race on mostly German and some other European circuits. The champion wins a whopping €10,000 and other non-monetary prizes.


  • Round 1: Eurospeedway Lausitzring , August 1, 6.30 PM CEST
  • Round 2: Nürburgring, August 15, 6.30 PM CEST
  • Round 3: Hockenheimring, September 19, 6.30 PM CEST
  • Round 4: Sachsenring, October 10, 6.30 PM CEST
  • Round 5: Red Bull Ring Spielberg, October 17, 6.30 PM CEST
  • Round 6: Circuit Zandvoort, October 31, 6.30 PM CEST
  • Round 7: Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, November 7, 6.30 PM CEST

Live streams & VoDs

You can find everything you want to watch on the ADAC YouTube channel.


Registered participants drive in hotlap challenge and qualification races against each other for a chance to reach the main tournament. The top drivers from each round will then be invited to compete in a series of races taking place over three months.

ADAC GT Masters eSports consists of seven race days. Each day begins at 5.30 PM CEST with a one-hour free practice session, followed by a 20-minute break to tweak the cars for qualifying. After that, there will be a qualifying session. The main race takes about 40 minutes. At the end of the day, points will be distributed to those who reached the top 15.

Points system

ADAC GT Masters has a simple points structure: there are no points for qualifying. The race itself awards points for place 1-15. The point structure looks as follows:


1st25 points6th10 points11th5 points
2nd21 points7th9 points12th4 points
3rd18 points8th8 points13th3 points
4th15 points9th7 points14th2 points
5th12 points10th6 points15th1 point

Notable Participants

Prize pool

The ADAC GT Masters has a unique approach to prize money. While the official prize pool reads €80,000, only €35,000 is paid out in cash. The rest makes up non-monetary prizes that the first three participants will receive, but there is no information about what these are.

The distribution of cash prizes looks as follows:



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