The 911 GT3 RS Challenge.
The new 911 GT3 RS confronts not only its opponents, but also its drivers. In collaboration with Forza Motorsport and ESL, Porsche wants to find out who can master this thoroughbred sports car in a thrilling competition: The 911 GT3 RS Challenge.
To win a Porsche Master Cup Training in Barcelona you need to prove your driving skills in the new 911 GT3 RS – online and offline. Advance through 4 levels starting with the Online Cup in Forza Motorsport 7, compete live against other top racers at Gamescom in Cologne, and finally, take the driver’s seat of the new 911 GT3 RS to demonstrate your abilities on the real race track:
Level 1: Virtual Clash.
July 29 to August 7, 2018, 911 GT3 RS Online Cup Qualifying Phase in Forza Motorsport 7.
August 11 to August 12, 2018, 911 GT3 RS Online Cup Playoff in Forza Motorsport 7.
Level 2: Stage Time.
August 22, 2018, Live Final at the Gamescom in Cologne.
Level 3: Training Day.
August 27, 2018, Driving training at Porsche Leipzig.
Level 4: The Encounter.
October 1 to 2, 2018, Driving training and fight for the podium at Hungaroring.
Level 5: Grand Finale.
November 25 to 28, 2018, Winner’s participation at the Porsche Master Cup Training in Barcelona.
Come, if you dare. Qualify for the Rivals in the 911 GT3 RS Online Challenge now.
How to Qualify?
In order to qualify for Driving training at Porsche Leipzig, a player from Brasil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Portugal, Russia, Spain or Switzerland, has to pass all 3 phases - Solo Lap Time (Rivals In-Game Mode) Qualifiers, Online Playoffs (FFA) and Gamescom Finals (FFA). Players are only allowed to use 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS in all phases. The players have to agree to the Terms and Conditions below.
- Between July 29 and August 7, players will have 10 days to compete in the In-Game mode Rivals for the best lap time score and be registered on ESL's Signup Page in order to be eligible to qualify to the Online Playoff. The top 48 players from the global Rivals rankings will advance to Day One of the Online Playoffs, which will be broadcasted from a Studio and will start on August 11.
- On August 11 the top 48 players from the global Rivals rankings will be split into 4 groups of 12 players. Each group will play a Free-for-all (FFA) BO2 rounds of the selected track and the number of laps respectively. The top 6 players of each group will continue to Day Two of the Online Playoffs.
- On August 12 the top 24 players from Day One of the Online Playoffs will be split into 2 groups of 12 players. Each group will play FFA BO3 rounds of the selected track and the number of laps respectively. The top 4 players of each group will continue to the Gamescom Finals.
- On August 22 the top 8 players from Day Two of the Online Playoffs will play FFA BO5 rounds of the selected track and the number of laps respectively. The best 4 players of the Gamescom will qualify for driver trainings and a final cup (time trial) within a simulation in a real car, which will be played in Level 4 Hungaroring.
- On August 27 the top 4 players from the Gamescom Finals will take part on a professional Driving training at Porsche Leipzig in Germany.
- From October 1 to 2 the top 4 players from the Gamescom Finals will take part on a professional Driving training at Hungaroring in Hungary. The skills learned in the driving safety training sessions will then be directly tested on 2 October 2018 with a Porsche cup simulator in a final time trial. The participant with the fastest lap time will be the Overall winner of the Porsche Master Cup Training in Barcelona.
- From November 25 to 28 the overall winner will take part on the Porsche Master Cup Training in Barcelona.