Milestone Games have announced a brand new eSports tournament will become present at the release for next month game; MotoGP 17. They’ll be no need to travel somewhere abroad—not even down some venue in your area—simply competing to qualify at your home. In order to actually qualify for the grand championships, you’ll need to follow the next just three steps that are listed down below. If by some incredible chance you make to the championship round, you will need to travel to Spain, the match will take place during the Motul De La Comunitat Valenciana Grand Prix on November 12th, 2017.
Here’s the step I mentioned before
Step 1: Purchase the Game
Step 2: Register on the official website and compete in three races, beating the pre-ordained times in Red Bull Rookies Championship, Moto3, and Moto2 categories.
Step 3: If you successfully complete step 2—you will need to complete seven online challenges next. These challenges are all pre-set with static conditions that can not be changed. The top finalists will then move on to the finals, which will be broadcasted live during the Grand Prix race in Spain.
As of now, Milestone Games have not announced the prizes for the finalists and winners for the upcoming events—they’ll all be made public later through the game’s official site. One last important note, this upcoming eSports tournament is exclusive to only PS4 players, the game will launch on the Xbox One and PC, however, without the tournament.
This year’s MotoGP will be in glorious 60 FPS for the first time in its running series. Finally, the game will only be sold through GameStop—the company holds exclusive rights for its distribution—so physical version it will be boys and girls. See its new eSport trailer down below:
MotoGP 17 launches next month on June 15th, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.