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Monaco Set For Sim Racing World Cup Finals


The Monaco Esports Federation has been announced as hosts for the Sim Racing World Cup Finals, which will feature 12 teams.

The event will be held at the Grimaldi Forum in October this year and will host three sprint races and a grand final race, with it also being supported by the International Esports Federation (IESF).

Commenting on the event, Monaco Sports CEO, Boris Fedoroff said: “At the finals, we will also feature some of the leading casters, influencers and VIP guests from the world of real and virtual racing.”

“Once we have them confirmed, we will make an announcement which I am sure will add excitement to this ground-breaking event,” he said.

Additionally, over 40 esports federations, including New Zealand and Thailand, who have competed to score a place in the sim finals.

The event builds on Monaco Esports Federation’s hosting portfolio, after Fortnite and Rocket league matches were featured on the Monaco Gaming Show.

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