Monaco, the sim-racing capital of the world, is supported by IESF and the World Esports community to host the 2022 Monaco Sim Racing World Cup.
Together Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) and Namibian Esports Association (NESA) shall jointly be hosting a qualifying event att which both national controlling bodies for esports shall be selecting the official national teams to represent South Africa and Namibia respectively.
The qualifiers will be held in August and those who will manage to finish in the Top 12 will earn an entry directly to Monaco to be held on 23 October 2022.
All South African and Namibian Sim Racers are thus cordially invited to participate to not only proudly represent their country, but Africa as a whole.
Details of the event are:
Game Title: Assetto Corsa | PC (Rig: Wheel + Pedal) | Single Player
- Registration Ends: 08 July 2022 at 23:59
- Tournament Starts: 09 July 2022 at 14:00
Entries: Entries need to be finalised on or before 08 July 2022 at 23:59.
Namibians + International Participants:
- Each participant needs to register for the tournament specifically at: https://esportsnamibia.org/ac-qualifiers-registration/
- N$100 for NESA membership if not yet paid for the year
- N$50 for participation
South African Participants:
- Contact Colin Webster at +27 78 069 3089
- Or send an email to email@example.com
- South Africans need to be affiliated to a club affiliated to Mind Sports South Africa: https://esportscommentator.blogspot.com/2022/02/procedure-to-be-followed-by-private.html?m=1
- Fees: R100,00
- 1st Place: N$ 5,000.00
- 2nd Place: N$ 2,500.00
- 3rd Place: N$ 1,500.00
Official Esports Partner
- MTC Limited
Namibian National Team Selection:
- Top 2 Namibian citizens will be selected to represent Namibia at the Continental Qualifiers of the Monaco Sim-Racing World Cup.
- Only Namibian citizens will be eligible for selection to the Namibian Esports Team.
- The Selection Committees of both countries will also look at the behaviour towards other athletes in the competition – rude, toxic, negative persons will not be allowed to represent Namibia.
South African National Team Selection:
- Top 2 South African citizens will be selected to represent South Africa at the Continental Qualifiers of the Monaco Sim-Racing World Cup.
- Only South African citizens, who are Registered Players, will be eligible for selection to the South African Esports Team.
- The Selection Committees of both countries will also look at the behaviour towards other athletes in the competition – MSSA's Code of Conduct shall be strictly enforced.
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