“Many non-endemic sponsors don’t understand the traditional MOBA or FPS games, but everyone understands the basics of racing. We see a huge opportunity for HPM to be leading the charge in bringing new sponsors, partners, and fans to the racing ecosystem.”
Now with 14 races in the books, six remaining on the calendar, and only two until the playoffs, both the playoff picture and Top 20 picture are becoming clearer as the 2020 season begins to wind towards a close.
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Two veterans from Season One, PS4 driver Josh Parker (Gibbs Gaming) and XBOX driver Slade Gravitt (Wood Brothers Gaming), will both be a part of the fight for the title in Season Two.
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Two more drivers locked themselves into the eNASCAR Heat Pro League championship race following a pair of “wild card” races on Wednesday night at Daytona International Speedway.
“Once we got clear there… that’s when it really set in,” Kirwan said. “It’s unbelievable.”
The 2020 eNASCAR Heat Pro League concluded its regular season on Wednesday evening, with two drivers, one on each platform joining the championship battle.
“They killed it on the setup, and I was just fortunate to be able to drive it.”
Josh Parker and Daniel Buttafuoco took their respective checkers on Wednesday night.
“Everyone is taking it very, very seriously. They’re spending a lot of time in preparation for each race. I think we’re all taking it so seriously right now that it’s maybe not as fun as it maybe should be,” Cook said with a laugh. “We’re just so competitive. It’s been great so far, and all the girls – we work together and we help each other figure some things out.”
“I dreamt about this last night and I can’t believe that I’m in victory lane. It’s crazy.”
“That was crazy. What an amazing car, first of all. What a pleasure to drive, I’m still driving it, honestly, I don’t want to leave.”
“I think the obvious move was to dive to the apron, and I think he was going to be ready to block that,” Poulin said. “I felt like I had enough of a run to where I could just sweep by on the outside.”
The races will be streamed live on Cassill’s Twitch channel, as well as other social media platforms via eRacr.gg. Cassill, Kligerman, and Burton-Kligerman eSports partner and on-air talent, David Schildhouse, will be on the call.