The ultimate virtual e-racing event of the 24 Hours of Le Mans to be broadcast digitally around the world

Miami, FL – January 14, 2022 – Several major broadcasters, including US Motor Trends and European Eurosports, will present the final e-racing event of the Virtual Le Mans Series this weekend on January 15 and 16, 2022. It will air on . Bring the combined world of motorsports and esports to millions of homes around the world. It's the culmination of this year's series, Motorsports Game (NASDAQ:MSGM) and Automobile Club Duroest (ACO).  A special television program covering this unique two-day event, made live from Paris, features FIA World Endurance Championship lead commentator Martin Haven, esports experts Chris McCarthy and Lewis McCleod, and commentator Car Racing Ben. Contains a team of expert Constantulos commentators. Haley Edmonds, a pit lane reporter. The studio will also be joined by current WEC rivals, virtual Le Mans 2020 driver FIA F2 and F3 commentator Alex Brundle, to guide the driver's eyes to the proceedings.  200 e-racing drivers representing 39 different nationalities will be deployed in 28 countries. It is a perfect reflection of the digital interest of broadcasters around the world.  Eurosport will cover the entire two-day e-race event across Europe live with the Eurosport player, along with global coverage on Motorsport.tv. They are broadcast 24 hours a day on European OTT channels L'Equipe Live from France, Sport 10 (pay TV) from Belgium, RTBF Auvio (OTT), Sweden, Norway and Viaplay from Finland. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Sports 1 will broadcast a 44-minute special on free-to-air television on Sunday nights with the potential to reach 72 million viewers.     Motor Trend will cover the entire E-Race live in North America with OTT services, and Star+ will show the 24-hour race of the Eracing Le Mans virtual final event in Latin America and Brazil. Supersport DStv will be broadcast live on dedicated motorsport channels in Africa and will expand to four continents around the world.

Miami, FL – January 14, 2022 – Several major broadcasters, including US Motor Trends and European Eurosports, will present the final e-racing event of the Virtual Le Mans Series this weekend on January 15 and 16, 2022. It will air on . Bring the combined world of motorsports and esports to millions of homes around the world. It's the culmination of this year's series, Motorsports Game (NASDAQ:MSGM) and Automobile Club Duroest (ACO).

A special television program covering this unique two-day event, made live from Paris, features FIA World Endurance Championship lead commentator Martin Haven, esports experts Chris McCarthy and Lewis McCleod, and commentator Car Racing Ben. 

Contains a team of expert Constantulos commentators. Haley Edmonds, a pit lane reporter. The studio will also be joined by current WEC rivals, virtual Le Mans 2020 driver FIA F2 and F3 commentator Alex Brundle, to guide the driver's eyes to the proceedings.

200 e-racing drivers representing 39 different nationalities will be deployed in 28 countries. It is a perfect reflection of the digital interest of broadcasters around the world.

Eurosport will cover the entire two-day e-race event across Europe live with the Eurosport player, along with global coverage on Motorsport.tv. They are broadcast 24 hours a day on European OTT channels L'Equipe Live from France, Sport 10 (pay TV) from Belgium, RTBF Auvio (OTT), Sweden, Norway and Viaplay from Finland. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Sports 1 will broadcast a 44-minute special on free-to-air television on Sunday nights with the potential to reach 72 million viewers.

Motor Trend will cover the entire E-Race live in North America with OTT services, and Star+ will show the 24-hour race of the Eracing Le Mans virtual final event in Latin America and Brazil. Supersport DStv will be broadcast live on dedicated motorsport channels in Africa and will expand to four continents around the world.

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