Beginning November 7, 2016, Electronic Sports League (ESL) will be holding Season 2 of the Forza Racing Championship (#ForzaRC), offering $150,000 and more in prizes. Sponsored Michelin, Logitech G, and Playseat, registration for the Forza Racing Championship is now open!
Available only on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, Forza racers worldwide of all skill levels can compete for cash and prizes in Forza Motorsport 6 and Forza Horizon 3. There will be two unique racing series available; Elite Series and Recreation Series.
Elite Series is a three-week racing competition for Forza Motorsport 6, with 160 drivers competing each week. The top 32 drivers from each week will enter the Elite Series Showdown races to win an entry in the ForzaRC Grand Finals. The 128 drivers that do not qualify for the Elite Series Showdown can continue to compete in the Elite Series Consolidation Cup each week to continue to build their racing prowess and win other prizes.
The ForzaRC Recreation Series will be for Forza Horizon 3 players to compete across the open-world environments of Australia. Starting today and over the next 7 weeks, players can compete in the Recreation Series just by setting a time in a special ForzaRC Rivals events created in Forza Horizon 3. The Recreation Series offers players the chance to win Horizon Edition cars, such as the 2017 Ford GT Horizon Edition, for participating in races each week.
According to the ESL website, here’s a look at the full circuit of the Forza Racing Championship (picture below).
Check out the Forza Motorsport website for more all the date details, start times, cash, prizes and Forza cars on the line. If you aren’t interested in competing but would like to watch the action unfold, you can catch all the action on Twitch and Beam.
The ForzaRC is available for Forza Motorsport 6 and Forza Horizon 3 only on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.