(Motorsport-Entire.com) – Motorsport Games , the video game company for the integration of racing game development and esports, today has a strategic partnership with Jean-Eric Vergne and Veloce Esport closed to produce and broadcast the groundbreaking #NotTheGP Esports series. This weekend already the #NotTheBahGP on Sunday (22. March) continues.
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# NotTheGP was the idea of the two-time formula E-master Jean-Eric Vergne and attracts an unparalleled lineup of abilities; from the worlds of real and virtual racing as well as influencers and reveal authors from other areas.
The partnership will include Motorsport Games , part of the Motorsport Networks, using its extensive abilities in Dwell transmission and competition management to create a mini-series of #NotTheGP events that will run during the ongoing discontinuation of real motorsport.
” We have invested heavily in our Esports crew, technology and infrastructure over the past year. The partnership with a champion like Jean-Eric and his innovative colleagues at Veloce is an indication that leading Esports companies want to work with us, ” says Dmitri Kosko, managing director of Motorsport Games .
“# NotTheGP is rich in esport abilities and abilities in the areas of games and reveal- Creation, therefore this partnership is encouraged on both sides equal to taking their business to the next level. “
” With many real events postponed, Esports is perfectly positioned to fill the gap and help keep fans entertained . At the same time, it distracts from the challenges that we all face in these difficult times, “continues Dmitri.
” We quickly became a trustworthy companion for motorsport rights holders and have about the Le Mans Esports Sequence and the eNASCAR Heat Professional League. Only this week we were able to hold a US match for NASCAR without any problems, which worked via remote operations from Great Britain. We used real-time Dwell comments from three locations in the United States. “
Jean-Eric Vergne, co-founder and ambassador for Veloce Esports, said:” After the great success of #NotTheAusGP , which was created by our Veloce crew in just 48 hours, I decided with the Motorsport Community, the owner of Motorsport Games to get in touch to create this series of events. This community is a fantastic way to combine our abilities. “
” Our goal is to satisfy and entertain as many motorsport and gaming fans as possible until the championships can continue . I am happy about this partnership and believe in the extraordinary success of our future esports events, thanks to the support of Motorsport Games . “
Der # Last week's NotTheAusGP had over 2 million views and more than 6 million impressions, with motorsport stars such as McLaren F1 driver Lando Norris and Mercedes Formula E driver Stoffel Vandoorne, Exact Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and a number of esport drivers and influencers. Lando's livestream broke the Twitch record for F1 streaming.
Funding from Motorsport Games The Esports division includes the ability to remotely manage and distribute an Esports broadcast, as evidenced on Wednesday evening when the first pre-season race of the UK's eNASCAR Heat Professional League was hosted, while commentary from three different locations in the United States before it reached a global audience was streamed.