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Buckle up, the PESC season 2022 is about to start.

Get ready, because the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup Season is about to kick off into its fourth season on February 5th. Once again, the best drivers in sim racing will compete in the renowned Porsche 911 GT3 Cup for every pixel and millisecond in action-packed battles on the most iconic racetracks in the world.

The Champions League of sim racing.

35 of the best sim racing drivers will compete for the world championship and $200,000 in total prize money. And yet, there is still more on the line than just the money. With scouts watching every race, this championship is about honour and proving oneself. This is the place where digital meets reality, emotions meet rivalries and pixels meet horsepower.

As real as it gets.

Starting in Hockenheim, these talents will fight their way up the leader board across 10 races in a global tour featuring legendary tracks like Silverstone, Nürburgring and many more. At each race, the athletes get points depending on their places, just like you know from F1 and Formula E. We’re excited to see what this season has in store for us and growing fans around the world. Rest assured: We’re looking forward to spectacular manoeuvres, head-to-head duels, emotions and dramas because these sim racers aren’t here to play games – The PESC is as real as it gets.

A new champ on the horizon.

This season will definitely see a title change, since the reigning champion, Joshua K Rogers, is not in the line-up to defend his title. Will the 2020 champion, Sebastian Job, re-claim the PESC throne or can a new champ upset the applecart? Excitement and tension are in the air as we will find out who will race their way to the top of this global motorsports series.

Where to watch PESC?

Don’t blink when the lights go green, and don’t miss out on the thrill before and after the races either. Subscribe to the Porsche Twitch channel here or on YouTube here, where all the races will be streamed live, and be close to the action in every curve. See you at the (virtual) Hockenheim ring on February 5th. Race Day.