French car makers Renault and Renault Sport Racing have announced venture with Team Vitality to form Renault Sport Team Vitality. Renault has announced that it will foray into the world esports at a tie-up using Europe’s greatest performing esports team located in France.
The brand new esports team will compete at a programme of motorsport-based rivals, starting this season, such as the Rocket League Championship Series Europe. Renault is also currently in discussions with F1 to compete at the Formula 1 eSports Series, depending on the best racing simulator game.
The venture was announced at the continuing 3rd Esports BAR at Cannes, France. The world-renowned amassing of digital sports professionals and spouses is slated for 12th to 14th February.
This institution using Team Vitality sees Renault forge new ways to participate with the new audience such as enthusiastic eSports fans and players that share Renault’s love of game, competition, and innovation.
The venture generates an all-new thing dedicated to motorsport-based games, also called RENAULT SPORT TEAM VITALITY.
Renault Sport Team Vitality will take part in this season’s Rocket League Championship Series Europe, that features car-based sports action and boasts more than 25 million players.
Renault Sport Racing will offer the team’s players with access to the Formula 1® factory in Enstone, England, to train with both motorists and specialized staff. Team members may have an opportunity to meet experts that are accustomed to functioning at the rough environment of F1® paddocks.
Vitality, in exchange, will bring to the table its expertise as a multiple European and World champion in many different categories, and help the team’s professional players on an everyday basis.
In entering eSports, Renault unites major brands like Adidas, Omen by HP, Volvic and Canal+ as an official partner of Team Vitality, together with branding observable on players’ group clothing at League of Legend and also
The very first Formula 1-based eSports competition (Formula 1& 1reg; eSports Series), that was established in 2017, brought together players and fans from throughout the planet to show the world’s fastest virtual F1 racer.
Team Vitality is France’s prosperous eSports team. Its listing includes Rainbow Six and FIFA world titles. It is also important the League of Legends Championship Series Europe and won the ESWC 2013 Call of Duty Black Ops 2. The list continues with two European Gfinity FIFA 15 titles and a Dreamhack Call of Duty AW crown.