F1 Esports Pro Series Returns for Biggest Season Yet

F1 Esports Pro Series Returns for Biggest Season Yet

The 2020 season of the F1 Esports Pro Series presented by oil company Aramco is starting today, 14th of October. Ten F1 teams will compete for a USD 750,000 prize pool in 12 races across four events.

The first round of races kicks off on this afternoon with a double-header at the Bahrain International Circuit, and the brand-new Hanoi Street Circuit in Vietnam as F1 visits Vietnam for the very first time.

Thursday’s action will see drivers go wheel to wheel on the Shanghai International Circuit, as they look to finish the opening round of the season with a flourish.

The live shows will be streamed online via F1’s official channels on Facebook, YouTube, Twitch and Huya, as well as broadcast on television by international partners such as ESPN (US), Sky (UK) and Ziggo (Netherlands), whilst Qualifying show content will be streamed exclusively on Twitch and Huya (China). 

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