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Veloce Esports and Motion Simulation launch the 2022 TL Series and all-new LC Series racing car simulators

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TL3 includes the world’s first variable driving position cockpit and portable 200-degree spherical screen with test drives available at Veloce HQ

Veloce Esports has today (26 August) announced that, together with its partner Motion Simulation, will launch two all-new simulators. The revolutionary TL3 Series is available to order now alongside its smaller counterpart – the LC Series which is available to order from October.

Established in 2008, Motion Simulation has spent the last 13 years completing extensive R&D, working with a World Championship Formula 1 team, a leading university and professional racing drivers to develop truly world-first, market-leading technologies and products.

Having worked together with Motion Simulation over the past three years, Veloce announced a partnership agreement earlier this year focussing on product development and sales.

Test drives at Veloce HQ

Demonstration TL Series and LC Series simulators are available for test drives on the following date at the Veloce Headquarters in Fulham, London:

• Tuesday 7th September

To secure your early test drive please book a slot via [email protected] stating your interest as soon as possible, as places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. If you cannot make this date, let us know we will see how we may be able to accommodate you.

The TL3 Series

The TL3 Simulator sets the benchmark for fully immersive racing car experiences and features the world’s first variable driving position cockpit and portable 200-degree spherical screen.

New for 2022 TL3 features include ultra-high performance, low latency direct drive steering for the most accurate force feedback solution on the market, a revolutionary airwave system forcing cool air towards the drivers’ hands and face as well as an auto-tension G-Harness that accurately replicates the braking g forces felt by a driver in a real-world racing car.

These immersive features and many more are included on the 2022 TL3 Series designed for commercial or high net worth individuals that want the very best. Prices for the TL Series start at £49,995 exc tax and shipping.

The LC Series

Veloce has been using Motion Simulation’s TL3 simulator for over 3 years as an advanced training tool for real-world racing drivers including its Extreme E and W Series driver Jamie Chadwick, two-time Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne and The World’s Fastest Gamer James Baldwin.

This experience has shown a growing need for premium Esports and home use simulator products and so, the LC Series was born. Bringing the quality, design, ergonomics and innovative features from the TL Series into a more compact, portable solution specifically developed for these emerging markets.

Features of the LC Series include the world’s first variable driving position cockpit allowing the user to easily switch from Formula to GT to Sports and Saloon car driving positions and Rigid Lock, a system that quickly and easily allows the driver to adjust their steering wheel position within seconds. As well as market-leading ergonomics, the LC Series will be available in Standard or “Pro” packages (which include specifically designed mounting plates for pro-level steering and pedals). Veloce-developed options including single and triple screen TV/monitor stand with variable height adjustment as well as various motion options with pitch, roll and heave movements.

Prices for the LC Series start at just £995* without a seat or £1395 with one of two seat options. The Pro Series starts at £1695*. There will be full turnkey (plug and play) packages which include controls, PC and screens being made available, pricing TBC.

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BETBY rolls out eSports offering as standalone product

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BETBY, the innovative sportsbook supplier, has completed the isolation of its eSports solution to ensure it can be added to operators brands as an individual arm, further adding value to its client base.

The eSports offering sees more than 20,000 events run every month, with 22 different disciplines and more than 56,000 Betby.Games events also able to be bet on every month.

Through the breadth of official data via a number of partners, BETBY is able to give market-leading coverage of an extensive array of eSports competitions.

Included in the stand-alone solution is the proprietary Betby.Games offering, which now boasts eight products across over 30 leagues in the portfolio, guaranteeing 30 live events concurrently, as well as a full suite of business tools and customisable features. 

The separation of the offering further highlights the agility and flexibility of BETBYs platform, with the provider live in key markets across the globe and offering scalable solutions to fit individual operators needs.

Leonid Pertsovskiy, CEO at BETBY, said: Our eSports and Betby.Games offerings allow us to bring the highest quality of betting experiences to players. Now, as an isolated product, were able to bring it to a wider client base than ever before, integrating it as a standalone solution, rather than as part of the sportsbook.

Naturally, this significantly expands its potential, allowing us to work with more operators and further expand BETBYs presence globally.

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G-Loot partners with Riot Games for the Premier G-Loot VALORANT Clash tournament

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Swedish esports platform, G-Loot, has announced that it has partnered with RIOT GAMES, Inc. for its Premier G-Loot VALORANT Clash tournament, the VALORANT Championship Tour OFF//SEASON.

“We are extremely proud to have entered a partnership with Riot Games for the VCTOFF//Season,” said Simon Sundén, G-Loot’s Vice President & Head of Esports.

The tournament will take place in three stages which will include Qualifiers, G-Loot Showdown, and the Grand Finals, and will run from October 19 to November 27. The G-Loot Showdown on October 28-30 and the Grand Finals on November 25-27 will be broadcast live from Stockholm with a team of professional casters and analysts.

G-Loot welcomes players from EMEA to sign up and get a chance to participate in the Clash tournament. Everyone can start their esport journey on G-Loot, and in the end, compete for $50,000 in the VALORANT Clash.

“Part of what makes G-Loot special is that we want to open esports up to a wider audience,” said Simon Sundén. “Our hope is that G-Loot VALORANT Clash will soon see even more new teams playing. We’ve seen a lot of players starting their journey on G-Loot to eventually become pros. We look forward to seeing underdog stories in this tournament as well.”

VALORANT was launched in 2020 and has quickly become one of the most popular FPS titles in the world, attracting millions of esports players and concurrent viewers each day.

“VALORANT has become one of the biggest esports titles after just two years since launch attracting millions of viewers worldwide. We are extremely excited to start working on producing high-quality tournaments for the EMEA region”, Simon continues.

The tournament is a part of a wider series of third-party events in VCT OFF//SEASON that is taking place after the CHAMPIONS. For more information about VALORANT esports competitions, please visit www. valorantesports .com

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The return of Team Esports South Africa

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Mind Sports South Africa’s Student Team Eaports South Africa arrived home safely from Russia on Monday, 19 September 2022.

While there were critics who voiced their opinion that South Africa should not have sent a team to Russia, MSSA’s Board took the view that it was an important championship in which to compete as Team Esports South Africa would be able to gain valuable international experience.

Certainly facing the mighty CSGO and DotA 2 teams of Serbia, Russia and Khazakstan at first saw Team Esports South Africa overwhelmed, but such was the character and resilience of the South African team that the team members upped their games in subsequent games.

Simon Zandstra, captain of the CSGO team said of the experience, “It was a very good experience all round. Overall everyone had a rough time being introduced to international gaming as the standard is much  higher than what is found in South Africa.”

Suhail Khan, captain of the DotA 2 team said of the experience, “This was a worthwhile experience. This was the first time that a number of our players had participated in a first class international event. The hotel, hosts (Russian Esports Federation – ReSF), championships, and other players were absolutely amazing.” Sebastian continued to add, “The event has helped the entire South African team to grow and develop. This event will long be remembered as a watershed in terms of the improved standard of South African esports”.

Colin Webster, MSSA President, stated, “The team did South Africa proud. All of the team members are a credit to the country and I am sure all will grow in stature, experience, and skill as time goes on.”

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