ESFI announces national qualifying for India’s Sim Racing World Cup


There will be an Indian team competing in the Sim Racing World Cup, which will take place on October 23 in Monaco. As part of the Monaco Esports Federation’s premier event, Assetto Corsa, a sim racing game that has become a worldwide phenomenon, will be included.

There will be online and offline playoffs for the National Qualifiers to pick two sim racing competitors representing the nation in this year’s renowned event. In the end, 20 players will compete for two seats in the Indian contingent, with two players were chosen from an offline event and 18 picked from an online event. From July 4 to 7, the INOX in Mumbai will host the offline playoffs, while the online playoffs will take place the following week, from July 8 to 10. The location of the finals, which will take place on July 11, will be announced shortly by ESFI.

Director of Esports Federation of India Lokesh Suji and Vice President of the Asian Esports Federation Lokesh Suji: “The ESFI is tremendously thrilled about the first edition of the Sim Racing World Cup, which is the biggest sim racing event to date and to extend to simulator-based esports. Participants in the national qualifications are urged to show off their racing prowess by demonstrating their karting and drifting abilities in-game.

People in our nation are huge fans of racing games, and these games have a special place in their hearts.” We must show the world that we are serious about promoting responsible and sustainable gaming in Indonesia,” Suji added. “This will be a real expression of our ESFI dedication to the growth and development of sustainable and responsible gaming in our country.”

There will be national qualifiers for Esports for India (ESFI) with the help of IR Esports. IR Esports creates, designs, and implements tailored motorsports-based Esports marketing on various platforms. We are thrilled to announce our relationship with the ESFI,” IR Esports founder Rayomand Banajee remarked. The Indian internet racing (sim racing) industry may flourish if we work together. Online racing is already very popular among Indian youngsters, and establishing a formal framework would open doors for the country’s esports sportsmen.”

“Sim-Racing” is a type of racing game that simulates real-world aspects of racing, including fuel consumption, damage, tyre wear, and suspension settings. Continental Qualifiers and Global Finals are the two parts of the Sim Racing World Cup. Continental Qualifiers will include two national athletes, and only one winner from each continent will advance to the Global Finals.

This year’s National Qualifiers are already open for registration, and the deadline to do so is July 3. In addition to Artsmith- Concepts & Visions as the organization’s communication partner, ESFI partnered with Inox as the organization’s multiplex partner. Official ESFI YouTube and Facebook channels will broadcast National Qualifiers on the internet for the world to see.

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