Millennial Esports Corp. has officially launched Season 2 of World’s Fastest Gamer, which will see the world’s top esports racers competing for the chance to race under the R-Motorsports banner.

WFG 2017 grand prize winner Rudy van Buren (Screenshot by Jason Marges/ONE Esports)

Rudy van Buren took home top honors in 2017’s inaugural edition of the high-stakes sim racing tournament. Through his efforts and expertise, he won a full-time job as a Formula 1 simulator driver with McLaren.

For the second season of World’s Fastest Gamer, the winner will join and train with R-Motorsports for an entire season, and will get the chance to race Aston Martins at iconic races like the Daytona 24 Hours, Brands Hatch, Monza, Nürburgring, Paul Ricard, and Spa-Francorchamps.

The initial selection of 10 competitors will battle through a series of virtual and on-track racing challenges in a rigorous trials event held in the UK. Six remaining finalists will travel to R-Motorsports’ headquarters in Switzerland, where the final competitions will take place.

Renowned circuit racer Juan Pablo Montoya will join van Buren on the judging panel.

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