Lamborghini’s inaugural esports competition is heading to Spa. The winner gets a shot at a unique prize.
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“The Real Race”, Lamborghini’s inaugural esports racing tournament, is heading to Round 2. The race will take place at the legendary circuit of Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday, June 21. The qualification for the race is open until Thursday, June 18. Round 1 took place two weeks before and saw a true esports racing veteran take the win.
What is “The Real Race”?
Lamborghini launched its first esports tournament which is being held in Assetto Corsa Competizione in May 2020. The competition is open to everyone. Over 1,500 contenders signed up to qualify for race one at Monza.
There will be four more races at legendary circuits all over the world. The Real Race will head to Spa, the Nürburgring, Suzuka and conclude its first stage in Laguna Seca on August 2.
Esports racing manager owns Monza
Round 1 at Monza saw a very well-known name winning the race. Nils Naujoks came out on top. He has been a professional esports racer in various games since 2003. But he has been taking part in fewer competitions recently because he is currently working as a manager at G2 Esports’ racing team.
However, Naujoks was still able to use his experience to win the race at Monza. The podium was completed by Arnaud Lacombe and Matthias Egger.
Winning a VIP tour to Italy
The top three drivers from Monza and Laguna Seca, as well as the top two drivers from the remaining races will be invited to the grand final. The live event will be held at September 18 in the Lamborghini headquarters in Sant ’Agata Bolognese, Italy.
Lamborghini offers a big prize for the top three racers of the live final. The all-expenses-paid-trip includes a VIP tour of the Lamborghini facility as well as the possibility to visit the Lamborghini R&D simulator. The prize’s highlight is getting the chance to drive a real Lamborghini around an Italian racetrack.
Every race generates a new opportunity to get get your hands on that prize. The qualifying for Race 2 ends at Thursday, June 18. The race will be broadcasted on Lamborghini’s YouTube channel on July 21, 5 PM CEST.
The qualification for race three at the Nürburgring takes place June 26 – July 2. Find more information about how to qualify here.