Prodigy Racing League (PRL) SK Racing X30 Miami Cup kicks off on July 1

The world’s first e2Real sports league races into mobile gaming!

The second Prodigy Racing League (PRL) event of season 1 will be in conjunction with Street Kart Racing, giving iOS players the chance to race vehicles on a real track, announced Racing Prodigy, a breakthrough sports, entertainment, and media property. The inaugural mobile simulation event in the e2Real sports league will be the Prodigy Racing League (PRL) SK Racing X30 Miami Cup, which will start on Saturday, July 1. To further Racing Prodigy’s goal of promoting accessibility to racing, Street Kart Racing will make the game free to play for the whole competition.

Through July 22, the PRL X30 Miami Cup will test sim racers with daily qualifiers in its global hunt for racing prodigies. Racers must register on this website and be at least 13 years old by the final day of daily qualifications to compete in the PRL X30 Miami Cup.

Street Kart Racing is one of four game titles to have joined Racing Prodigy for 12 PRL SK Racing X30 Miami Cup events

Along with iRacing, rFactor 2, and RaceRoom, Street Kart Racing is one of four game franchises that have partnered with Racing Prodigy for 12 PRL events that will take place through October. The “golden ticket of motorsports”, the Prodigy Pass will be given to competition winners and other top performers so they can compete in actual Radical SR1 race cars during Prodigy Week. The competition, which will take place at Atlanta Motorsports Park from October 30 to November 1, will offer each racer specialized training in fitness, communication skills, and racing style.

On July 2, the PRL iRacing GR86 Cup Open Challenge, the first competition of season 1, will come to a close and honor the inaugural Prodigy Pass winner. The semi-finals and final will be broadcast on Racing Prodigy’s Twitch channel on July 1 and July 2 at 1 pm EDT. Sim racers from more than 65 nations have participated in the competition, including, to name a few, the United States, Australia, Germany, India, the Netherlands, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Guatemala, Lebanon, Nepal, and South Korea.

We are overjoyed to be working with Racing Prodigy. Together, we’re giving iPhone-only mobile sim racers the chance to practice and participate in real-world racing in the hopes of realizing drivers their ambition of becoming a professional racing driver someday. If you have an iPhone, Street Kart Racing gives you the possibility to enter the Racing Prodigy competition and compete if you have the talent.

Ross Jones of Street Kart Racing, Co-Founder, Fat Cigar Productions LTD

Racing Prodigy plans to host a second Prodigy Week in early 2024 with additional 35 Prodigy Pass winners

David Cook, CEO of Racing Prodigy, is eagerly anticipating seeing how well the Street Kart Racing mobile racers perform during the competition. He commented, “The precision, timing, and coordination it takes to be successful at Street Kart Racing on mobile are transferable traits these top racers can take with them to the race track in real life and build upon. We are constructing the PRL to level the playing field and lower the financial barriers in motorsports through esports, enabling millions to pursue their dreams.”

After the initial Prodigy Week, Racing Prodigy intends to have a second Prodigy Week in the early months of 2024 with an additional 35 Prodigy Pass winners, resulting in a pool of 50 of the most talented drivers in the globe from which PRL teams will draught. The idea is for individuals selected to get a paid contract to participate in the first American real-world racing series run by PRL, which will debut in 2024.

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