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eGG Network and Axle Sports’ E1 Championship’s New Season Registrations Starts Today

by Syed Hassan AlgadrieAugust 2, 2021
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The E1 Championship, Malaysia’s and the region’s biggest simulator racing competition, has returned for a new season with a total prize fund of USD15,000 (RM63,299.97) on the line. Registration will be open from August 2nd through August 6th, with the season beginning on August 25th, 2021.

Register now for eGG Network and Axle Sports’ E1 Championship

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Teams and drivers will compete on the iRacing platform over eight rounds of fierce action over some of the world’s most famous tracks in Season 2 of the E1 Championship. Aspiring sim racers may register at this site, with a significantly cheaper entrance cost of USD2,500 (RM10,550) for a team of two drivers compared to prior seasons. The entire season will be broadcast live on eGG Network, with Daniel Woodroof, Dez Corkhill, and Alex Yoong presenting and commentating.

“This upcoming season is going to be our most exciting one yet. We are introducing joker rounds to dial up the drama and make things more unpredictable for both drivers and fans,” said Alex Yoong, former Malaysian F1 driver and Founder of Axle Sports, the organiser of E1 Championship. “We will also have fixed setup races with some iconic cars on the iRacing platform, along with an oval race and some night races as well. We want to bring motorsports fans a real treat week after week, so be sure to tune in.”

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The next season will include some of the region’s best simulator racing talent. Flash Axle Sports (Singapore), Blackwolf Racing (Singapore), Stratos Motorsports (Malaysia), GT Radial Eurasia Motorsports (Philippines), SafeHouse (South Korea), BlackArts Racing (Macau), and i1Racing are among the confirmed teams (Brunei).

From August 25, 2021, all rounds will be televised live on eGG Network’s channel in 8 countries and on its Facebook page on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. For the most up-to-date information on the next season, fans may follow the E1 Championship on Facebook and Instagram.

Pokdepinion: I don’t really play all that many racing games but I do enjoy watching them. 

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Syed Hassan Algadrie
Just a guy who loves Star Wars, Transformers, tech, 90s nostalgia and all things geek. Is in a constant battle with procrastination.