WorldGaming Competition Coming to the 2019 Canadian International AutoShow
Nov. 27, 2018
Global Korean Post
Canada’s most ambitious esports racing competition is coming to the Canadian International AutoShow, in partnership with the WorldGaming Network (WGN).
AutoShow attendees will be able to experience this unique competition from the driver’s seat at the WorldGaming Network Pfaff Forza 7 Canadian Challenge, driven by Castrol. There has never been more on the line, with $20,000 in cash and prizing, plus a once in a lifetime chance to race with Pfaff Motorsports.
Every Canadian over the age of 14 with access to an Xbox One is eligible to compete in the tournament. There are two ways to join: open online qualifiers that will be staged throughout January and February on Worldgaming.com, and a live event at the Canadian International AutoShow. At the live qualifiers, attendees will be able to use VRX racing pods designed to give gamers a state-of-the-art racing experience. The Grand Finals will be staged February 24, 2019, live at the AutoShow at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
“Esports is the fastest growing feature at the AutoShow and the fastest growing attraction in sports entertainment,” says Jason Campbell, General Manager of the AutoShow. “Hosting the Pfaff Forza Motorsport 7 WorldGaming Network Canadian Challenge adds another level of excitement to the attraction.”
The 2019 esport exhibit at the AutoShow will be nearly double the size of last year’s showcase. Produced by WorldGaming, Pfaff, Castrol and Xbox, the esports activation will bring together gamers of all ages and skill levels to test their speed on Forza 7.