Where to Watch Round Three of the PESC

Where to Watch Round Three of the PESC


Round 3 of the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup is starting soon, here’s where to watch it and who to keep an eye on!

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The first two rounds of the 2022 Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup are already in the books, but we don’t have a clear picture of what exactly to expect from round three. With four different winners over the four races so far in the main series, the competition is certainly still wide open for most of the field.

With the first two rounds having taken place at the Hockenheimring and the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya respective, round three was decided by vote to take place at Interlagos in Sao Paolo, Brazil. While the real-life circuit may recently have developed a large hole on the main straight, the iRacing version is in peak condition and ready for three races worth of Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup action.

Who Is Leading the Charge?

After the first couple of rounds, the leader of the driver’s championship is the of . The Frenchman is yet to win a race, but he did managed a podium both in the main race at Hockenheim, and also in the sprint race in Spain. Hot on his heels is , who would be leading the way if not for a ten point deduction due to a penalty.

Pinto is one of the four drivers in the pro esports field to have won a race so far this season, along with , , and All of them are currently sitting inside the top 10 in the overall standings, but the race to claim the crown from the absent reigning champion has no clear front-runners.

How can I watch?

To tune in and witness the action yourself, head on over to the iRacing YouTube channel at 18:30 CET on Saturday, 5 March. First on the docket is the All-Stars series, which features the likes of content creator and ex-Indycar pro . After that, the main esports series will follow, with a qualifying session followed by a sprint race, and then after that a longer, main race.

Who do you think will win the round 3 races in the PESC? Tell us on Twitter at @OverTake_gg or in the comments down below!

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