This week, ONE Esports, a subsidiary of the ONE Championship, announced a partnership with Toyota Motor Asia Pacific (TMAP) to launch the 2022 Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup in Asia.
In the second year of the return, the national circuit of simulated car racing will be held from August to September.21 national qualifiers from India, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore will compete in the regional finals in October for the fastest chance of being crowned Gran Turismo Sport Asian racer.
The format of the TGR GT Asian Cup competition has been improved, providing every racer with an opportunity to compete for the top two coveted places and advance to the TGR GT Cup global finals in December 2022. Countries will also be ranked in the new reward system.
“I am pleased to announce that we have partnered with TMAP for the second year in a row to bring the 2022 TGR GT Asian Cup to global audiences. This event bridges the gap between real-world racing and e-sports and is our contact with all parts of the world. A great opportunity for passionate motorsports and simulation racing enthusiasts and take advantage of the rapid popularity of the industry,” said CEO Carlos Alimurung. One gaming.
In recent years, driven by professional drivers participating in electronic racing competitions, the simulation racing industry has gained momentum. Last year’s game had a total of 2 million views. The upcoming 2022 edition is expected to attract millions of viewers.
More information, registration details and announcements regarding the 2022 TGR GT Asian Cup will be available at ONE Sports website In the days to come.