Round 1 of the Alpine Esports Series powered by Binance commences around Circuit Paul Ricard. Tune in for some of the best sim racing action in the world! If above video is not working watch live on YouTube here>>>
The waiting is over, its race day for the drivers in the 2023 Alpine Esports Series, all eyes will be glued to the screen as Circuit Paul Ricard takes centre stage. You can tune into the racing action with the stream and links provided. In addition to the racing event we can also reveal Corsair joins Alpine Esports as the Official Peripherals Supplier.
Corsair will provide their state-of-the-art peripherals to Alpine Esports’ drivers and ambassadors, and for the upcoming Alpine Esports Series, five HS80 headsets will be up for grabs for the top performing drivers.
Series driver line-up can be found here: Driver line-up
Tune into the streams live at 19:30 BST on Binance Live as well as the Alpine YouTube and Twitch channels or hit that stream video above. The livestream will also be available on our sister site simrace247.com.
A list of the prizes up for grabs for drivers and fans:
- $100,000 Alpine Fan Tokens on Binance is up for grabs, with $40,000 token bundles and free NFTs available for fans who tune in and $60,000 split between the top placing drivers
- The driver who places first will win $25,000 worth of Alpine Fan Tokens, $3,000 worth of $QANX tokens, and an Alpine A110 GT4 driving and coaching experience
- Drivers who place in the top 5 will also receive different hardware bundles courtesy of Alpine Esports partners, Trak Racer, ADEPT, Tobii Eye Tracker and now Corsair who is the latest brand to join the Series.
- Each of the top 5 drivers will get kitted out in the latest Corsair gear – the HS80 headsets
High-tier Esports racing action
The Alpine Esports Series saw a whopping 2,288 people attempt to qualify for its third iteration; only 35 have made it through to the first race which will take place on the Circuit Paul Ricard and feature an Endurance and Sprint race. The first of three rounds over the next month will be presented by F1 and iRacing sim racing commentator Jack Cunnane and two-time VCO Simmy Awards winner Lewis McGlade.
The other two rounds will take place at the following:
- Broadcast 2 – 2 hours – Silverstone (Race 3 & 4): 11th of May – 7:30pm BST
- Broadcast 3 – 2 hours – Valencia Ricardo Tormo Circuit (Race 5 & 6): 25th of May – 7:30pm BST
You can catch up will all the racing action, interviews and reports right here and at simrace247.com