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    ESL Project CARS Go4 Cups. Cash prizes up for grabs!

    After the success of the Electronic Sports League’s Project CARS Kick-Off Cups, it’s time to hit top gear! Starting this Sunday, you can enter the Project CARS Go4 Cups! The format is similar to the Kick-Off events, but now you can win real cash by playing Project CARS! There are weekly prizes of 50 EUR for the winners on Xbox, PlayStation and PC and monthly finals worth 150 EUR for the top players!

    Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you join the first Go4 competition on Sunday October 4 2015.

    Step 1: Create ESL account

    Register for a free account on the ESL website using your email address or Facebook account.

    Choose the name you want to use on the website. This does not have to match your console/PC username

    Step 2: Choose your Project CARS platform

    Register your interest in the Project CARS Go4 Cups on the platform that you’ll be playing the game on, using the box on the right-hand side of one of the tournament pages linked below.

    PlayStation 4
    Xbox One
    PC

    Enter your game ID, such as your Xbox Gamertag, PSN ID, or Steam account, by clicking ‘Game ID’ the box on the right-hand side of the tournament page.

    Step 3: Check in for the event on the date it takes place

    After you’ve signed up, make a note of the date and time that the tournament takes place.

    On the day, click the ‘Check in’ button on the right-hand side of the tournament page to confirm to the organisers that you are available and ready to participate.

    Step 4: Play!

    Wait for an opponent.

    Use the game account to add your opponent & contact him/her in-game in Project CARS.

    Create a game lobby and invite your opponent.

    Set up the correct settings/rules in the game. These must exactly match the rules listed on the tournament page.

    Play your match.

    Enter or confirm your result on the ESL website. If you experience any problems with other players attempting to record a false result, open a protest.

    If you progress to the next round of the bracket, follow Step 4 again until you either get knocked out, or you win the whole thing!

    Hopefully that makes the ESL account creation and tournament sign-up process a little clearer. If you have any remaining questions, please ask your fellow competitors in this thread, or visit the ESL's Project CARS forums.

    Now, go chase down that prize money!
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    We have so many great GT3 tracks. Why are all of those 4 cups still featuring the exact same tracks as the kickoff cups? That will get tedious for everybody after 7 rounds, I mean come on... Throw some Road America, Zolder, Watkins Glen, Nürburgring GP, Zhuhai, Dubai, Monza, Barcelona, Brno, Bathurst etc in there to mix things up a bit.

    And by the way: Suzuka is 3.6 miles long, so I guess Sakitto is longer than 2.6 miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLX81 View Post
    We have so many great GT3 tracks. Why are all of those 4 cups still featuring the exact same tracks as the kickoff cups? That will get tedious for everybody after 7 rounds, I mean come on... Throw some Road America, Zolder, Watkins Glen, Nürburgring GP, Zhuhai, Dubai, Monza, Barcelona, Brno, Bathurst etc in there to mix things up a bit.

    And by the way: Suzuka is 3.6 miles long, so I guess Sakitto is longer than 2.6 miles.
    Rest assured, we are passing everyone's feedback on to the ESL.
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    I'll pass this cup with the 'glue bug' still not being fixed.

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    Are there any plans for a real race cup? No 1on1 but proper team racing with up to 30 players.
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    The blue guy did bump him off in the middle and overtook.
    About the action at the end: We don't see wether it was premeditated due to the bumper entanglement code. We don't know wether he pushed towards the left or not with the outside replay.
    It could look the same even if he didn't.
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    Maybe you can watch this action from the same guy the race before.
    https://youtu.be/rbdyvJWB9GA

    The race needed to be 6 laps and not 4 so i told him that. So we did a restart with the right number of laps. And about that bump that wasn't on purpose i braked a little to late besides he isn't going in the sand.

    The point is that this is so stupid why not race as ghosts? So nobody can hit eachother! People are racing for money and they would kill to earn that 50€
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBlacky View Post
    Are there any plans for a real race cup? No 1on1 but proper team racing with up to 30 players.
    We would like to do that when the time is right and we have a more developed set of rules and tournament structure. We'll let everyone know when we get closer to making it happen. That's not a promise, but it is something we would like to do.
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    Check out the Go4 Cup #1 results on our shiny new eSports website!

    http://www.projectcarsesports.com/ho...o4-cup-results

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