Rally.TV Passes Up For Grabs By Playing EA SPORTS WRC
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Rally.TV Passes Up For Grabs For Playing EA SPORTS WRC

WRC

Watch at least three real-world WRC events live, for free, by driving in EA SPORTS WRC for a limited time.

If you’d like to watch every stage of an FIA World Rally Championship round for free, then be quick and first up EA SPORTS WRC

Rally.TV, launched last year, is the relatively recent home of live online coverage for the sport. It broadcasts every WRC stage throughout each event – but it’s not cheap, recently increasing to €12.99 per month or €119.99 for the year. 

EA Sports Racenet Rally TV Promotion Clubs

The first 3,000 people to complete (first come, first served) one stage within EA SPORTS WRC’s ‘Official WRC Club’ event will receive a three-month pass to the service. 

If claimed and redeemed now, that will allow you to watch at least three rounds: Rally Sweden 15th-18th February, Safari Rally Kenya 28th-31st March and Croatia Rally 18th-21st April. 

To take part, log in to the Racenet service, either on your browser or via the mobile app and join this club. The event at present is in Sweden, ahead of the actual event, using the Rally3 Ford Fiesta or a Builder Vehicle to the same specification. 

Once you’ve completed at least one stage of this event, re-visit Racenet. Click on the relevant club, find the promotional area and click on ‘redeem now’. This code can then be used on Rally.TV. 

EA SPORTS WRC Crash
EA SPORTS WRC – That’s not gone well…

The first round of the 2024 season, Rallye Monte-Carlo, was won emphatically by Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville and Martijn Wydaeghe. Elfyn Evans initially led, before nine-time Monte-winner Sébastien Ogier took over. 

But, Neuville fought back from an earlier spin to win, also claiming all the possible points from a new scoring system. 

Did you watch the opening WRC round? What are your thoughts on its new points system? Let us know in the comments below or on X, @OverTake_gg.