The 2020 season will be decided in the Temple of Speed - the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup in Monza.

A long, winding road lies behind us. Full of surprises, duels and high performance. And here we are: in the final of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup in Monza. We await the race with great anticipation, because the championship is not yet decided. Who will go home as the winner of the 2020 season? Which simracers can secure their podium place and look forward to the prize money? Even though the first-placed Sebastian Job has scored important points in previous races, he cannot afford to make any mistakes in this final race. We are looking forward to the all-decisive race in Italy, in the Temple of Speed, and keep our fingers crossed for all the simracers.

Battle for crucial points.

Sebastian Job and Joshua Rogers are among the exceptional talents who have provided us with motorsport highlights non-stop this season. And now it’s time for them to give their all once again. The Brit Sebastian Job from the Red Bull Racing Esports team is currently top of the standings and could actually be very sure of his chances. If it weren't for the Australian Joshua Rogers from VRS Coanda Simsport. There are a whole 71 points between the two - a lot with a maximum of 85 possible points in the last race. Rogers still has the chance to close the gap, should Job slip up. What does that mean for Sebastian Job? Absolute concentration, of course. There's no room for mistakes in this race. So we can once again look forward to a highly exciting motorsport thriller.

Familiar faces in the All-Star Race.

For all those who want to join in the excitement even before the final Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup race, we have a very special highlight in the pre-program: the All-Star Race. 14 well-known simracers and streamers compete in this high-speed duel in Monza. Among others Jimmy Broadbent, Dave Gaming, Maxime MXM and Jardier. The All-Star Race consists of 2 races: after the qualifying the All-Stars start the first 15-minute race. The second race lasts 20 minutes. In order to bring more excitement into the race, the participants start the race in reverse starting order – true to the motto: the first will be the last. One thing in particular is in the spotlight: unfiltered motorsport fun. Anyway, we are already looking forward to the colourful starting grid and are curious to see who will win the All-Star Race.

The Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup final from the front row.

On Saturday, 10 October we finally know who will be the winner of the 2020 season. The final of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup in Monza will be streamed live on our YouTube and Twitch channels, just like the previous races. We are looking forward to welcoming motorsport enthusiasts and are excited to watch the spectacular deciding race. #jointherace #simracing