XSET Gaming is entering into iRacing by becoming a member of the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Sequence. because it turns into the newest conventional gaming group to affix the sim racing fray.
The group will compete with drivers Casey Kirwan and Ryan Luza behind the wheel of its Nos. 38 and 4 Ford Mustangs, whereas Anthony Alfredo, who competes in actual life within the NASCAR Cup Sequence, will be a part of XSET as a content material creator.
XSET competes in conventional esports video games together with Valorant, Fortnite, Rocket League, and CounterStrike: International Offensive. It joins different gaming organizations like Spacestation Gaming as ones which can be beginning to dabble within the simulator racing area after it took off final yr throughout the begin of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“XSET is revved to be getting into this unbelievably fast-growing neighborhood,” XSET co-Founder & COO Marco Mereu stated in a press release. “XSET’s distinctive presence each in sim racing and NASCAR highlights our want to attach cultures and construct greatness. With the talents that Ryan, Casey, and Anthony possess, the sky’s the restrict. From epic content material to thrilling driving and successful, XSET’s iRacing roster is poised to take over the sim driving world.”
The 21-year-old Alfredo has made his profession in real-life racing partially by making his identify in sim racing, and he has essentially the most TikTok followers of any driver within the sequence. Luza is seen as one of many high drivers within the eNASCAR Sequence primarily based off wins, and Kirwan previously drove for the crew based by Denny Hamlin, who has since gone on to type a real-life crew with NBA legend Michael Jordan.
The 2021 season for the eNASCAR Sequence will function 18 occasions beginning subsequent month at digital Daytona. There are 20 groups with 40 drivers preventing for a $330K USD prize pool, together with $100K for the champion. The occasions are aired on a number of platforms together with Twitch.