eNASCAR Heat Pro League Returns For Season Two

NASCAR, Race Team Alliance, and Motorsport Games announced the eNASCAR Heat Pro League season two kicks off Wednesday at the virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway. The series will again be streamed on eNASCAR.com, as well as NASCAR Heat’s Twitch and Facebook.
 
“The eNASCAR Heat Pro League debut last year highlighted the significant opportunity for our esports platforms,” said Tim Clark, senior vice president, and chief digital officer, NASCAR. “We’re excited about season two, and in the midst of this sport’s hiatus, we’re proud those platforms can help fill that void for our fans.”
 
The 2020 season features 14 races at tracks across the NASCAR circuit, including virtual visits to Eldora Speedway, Road America, and Iowa Speedway, with gamers showcasing their skills in all three of NASCAR’s national series. The 14-race season is broken up into three four-race segments, with one driver per platform (Xbox One and PlayStation4) capturing a spot in the Championship race as well as a shot at the $200,000 prize pool. In addition, a final wildcard event at the virtual Daytona International Speedway in July will allow for two more drivers to secure their Championship hopes.

“eNASCAR Heat Pro League competition helps create yet another opportunity for teams across NASCAR to engage with fans and grow their presence in the evolving esports space,” said Dmitry Kozko, CEO, Motorsport Games. “With an increased prize pool to $200,000 and a new schedule format, competitors and teams have more on the line this season, and the racing is sure to show it.”

Draft results and team rosters for the eNASCAR Heat Pro League can be found here.

For more information, and the complete 2020 schedule, visit eNASCAR.com.

Photo courtesy of eNASCAR

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