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Joseph Barron
18-02-2016, 10:00
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We're very proud to announce that the 2016 Open Setup Championship Series will now be known as the Logitech G Championship Series! #LGCS for short.

Read all of the details on our eSports website (http://www.projectcarsesports.com/home/announcing-the-logitech-g-championship-series).

This is great news as it will bring more attention, coverage and prizes to the championship for everyone to benefit from.

Alongside this news, we have published the full schedule and regulations (http://www.projectcarsesports.com/2016-logitech-g-championship-series.html) for the Open Setup LGCS.

One important change to be aware of for 2016, is that you must now keep two wheels in contact with the circuit at all times, not one. This brings the series more in line with FIA standards for track limits and will make it easier for SMS staff to regulate each round.

If you have entered the series, please read the regulations thoroughly.

For those of you who have entered the Fixed Setup Challenger Series, we will have a separate announcement of the full rules for this Series soon. We are also working behind-the-scenes to find a title sponsor for this Series as well.

To find out more about Logitech G racing wheels and accessories, head to our eSports website (http://www.projectcarsesports.com/race-like-a-pro.html).

inthebagbud
18-02-2016, 10:33
I am a little confused in the post you state

2016 Fixed Setup Championship but then you call it the Open Setup LGCS.

So which one is this ?

Joseph Barron
18-02-2016, 10:35
I am a little confused in the post you state

2016 Fixed Setup Championship but then you call it the Open Setup LGCS.

So which one is this ?

My bad. Just a typo. The LGCS is the OPEN Setup Series. Corrected the OP.

inthebagbud
18-02-2016, 10:37
My bad. Just a typo. The LGCS is the OPEN Setup Series. Corrected the OP.

Thanks

JohnSchoonsBeard
18-02-2016, 10:45
227779

We're very proud to announce that the 2016 Open Setup Championship Series will now be known as the Logitech G Championship Series! #LGCS for short.

Read all of the details on our eSports website (http://www.projectcarsesports.com/home/announcing-the-logitech-g-championship-series).

This is great news as it will bring more attention, coverage and prizes to the championship for everyone to benefit from.

Alongside this news, we have published the full schedule and regulations (http://www.projectcarsesports.com/2016-logitech-g-championship-series.html) for the Open Setup LGCS.

One important change to be aware of for 2016, is that you must now keep two wheels in contact with the circuit at all times, not one. This brings the series more in line with FIA standards for track limits and will make it easier for SMS staff to regulate each round.

If you have entered the series, please read the regulations thoroughly.

For those of you who have entered the Fixed Setup Challenger Series, we will have a separate announcement of the full rules for this Series soon. We are also working behind-the-scenes to find a title sponsor for this Series as well.

To find out more about Logitech G racing wheels and accessories, head to our eSports website (http://www.projectcarsesports.com/race-like-a-pro.html).

Do we only need to register if we want to enter a team. Are individual players entered by simply playing the time trial?

Joseph Barron
18-02-2016, 10:46
Do we only need to register if we want to enter a team. Are individual players entered by simply playing the time trial?

That is correct.

Team's must register before April 1 with a maximum of 5 drivers.

Individuals just need to play the in-game community events to take part.

Figuur84
27-02-2016, 18:05
Hi Joseph, I've got a question :). Is it possible to see times from other platforms somewhere. I know the tool for pc times. But because it will be a console competition (Xbox and ps4) it would be great to see those times as well. I probably know the answer.... But if there is a possibility it would be great! And if it is to much, maybe for pcars 2?

Joseph Barron
29-02-2016, 09:34
Hi Joseph, I've got a question :). Is it possible to see times from other platforms somewhere. I know the tool for pc times. But because it will be a console competition (Xbox and ps4) it would be great to see those times as well. I probably know the answer.... But if there is a possibility it would be great! And if it is to much, maybe for pcars 2?

Hi Figuur. This is more likely for Project CARS 2, but it might be something we can look into in the shorter-term as well. Possibly we could have a page on the eSports website that displays times during an event. It would be a lot of work for our guys though, so this isn't a promise by any means. I'm just thinking out loud really.

jjstyle333
25-03-2016, 09:39
Hi Joseph,

Yesterday I have entered a team.
Do I get a confirmation in my e-mail or do I must tell to the drivers of our team that they can go the community event in PJ Cars.

Kind reagards,

Joost

Joseph Barron
25-03-2016, 11:06
Hi Joseph,

Yesterday I have entered a team.
Do I get a confirmation in my e-mail or do I must tell to the drivers of our team that they can go the community event in PJ Cars.

Kind reagards,

Joost

The system doesn't send out confirmation emails. Consider your team registered though. You'll be fine to enter the events when they begin.

jjstyle333
25-03-2016, 12:05
The system doesn't send out confirmation emails. Consider your team registered though. You'll be fine to enter the events when they begin.

Okay then. Looking forward to it.

jjstyle333
30-03-2016, 06:27
Joseph,

Is it possible to switch from open series to fixed series?

Joseph Barron
30-03-2016, 08:33
Joseph,

Is it possible to switch from open series to fixed series?

I've replied to your private message :)

Joseph Barron
01-04-2016, 12:50
Andy Tudor and I shot a video this week in our new Esports studio to talk about some of the teams and drivers competing this year, and also share a few predictions too.

Check it out at:
https://youtu.be/0ubKlY21RHg

ibby
01-04-2016, 13:04
Andy Tudor and I shot a video this week in our new Esports studio to talk about some of the teams and drivers competing this year, and also share a few predictions too.

Check it out at:
https://youtu.be/0ubKlY21RHg

Good stuff. :)

May i suggest spending some more time on sound for next time ? ;)
Andy Tudor is way too loud and clipping the micpre, you're hard to hear.

FiFiRaceR
04-04-2016, 21:43
Individuals just need to play the in-game community events to take part.
Ah... I'm relieved! It means I can play the in-game community events, just like a time-trial. Because of that registration, I misunderstood and thought it was necessary to register to have a chance to enter the events. So I'll be able to do the events, as an individual, and finally get the last achievement (to play 20 community events) of this great game! I'm feeling happy :D

Joseph Barron
12-04-2016, 15:17
In case you missed it: we posted an article last week about some of the top teams registered for the 2016 LGCS season.

http://www.projectcarsesports.com/home/presenting-your-logitech-g-championship-teams