The Pro Draft World Selection saw gamers tackle the challenging Chang International Circuit aboard Jack Miller’s Pramac Racing GP19
The Pro Draft World Selection for the 2019 MotoGP™ eSport Championship saw the best 36 gamers from the Rest of the World aiming to set the fastest run of three laps around the high-speed 4.6km Chang International Circuit aboard Jack Miller’s Pramac Racing Ducati GP19.
With players automatically racing in the premier class, it meant that their fastest time over three laps on MotoGP™ machinery would be the ones that count as they fought to qualify for the Global Series.
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To participate, you must be enrolled to compete in the MotoGP™ eSports Championship
The format allows players on the Sony PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC compete for a place in the Global Series with the three fastest three riders (one per console) making the cut for the Championship’s final stage.
The quickest times and the classified riders from the Pro Draft World Selection for this year Global Series are:
– Moe | 4’20.565 | PC | INDONESIA
– Mereja | 4’22.048 | XBOX | BRAZIL
– MrTftw | 4’22.259 | PS4 | AUSTRALIA
2017 Semi-Finalist from Indonesia, Putut Maulana also known for his game tag as “moe” arrived at the Pro Draft World Selection as one of the favourites and his performance over the four days didn’t disappoint at all. “Moe” made the cut to the Global series by setting up a stunning best run of 4’20.565. The podium of classified riders was completed with two new faces; Mareja from Brazil (first place from PS4) and MrTftw (first place from Xbox).
Competition is fierce at the top, but there’s no time to rest as the Pro Draft European Selection, held at Le Mans on Miguel Oliveira’s KTM RC16 runs between 8th – 11th August.
For more information, head over to the official MotoGP™ eSport website.
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