The final game will be streamed on Twich.
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20 players who win the elimination rounds will compete to become the finalists.
10 finalists will compete live in the final round on 12th December which will be streamed around the world. The overall winner of this firece battle will leave this competition as the first Porsche Gran Turismo Cup Asia Pacific champion. The grand prize consists of an all expense paid trip to Japan and a full day track experience at the Porsche Experience Center Tokyo.
Porsche Gran Turismo Cup Asia Pacific is the 4th one-make racing series (eSports Game) sponsored by Porsche following the Porsche Carrera Cup Japan, the Porsche Sprint Challenge Japan and the Porsche Asia Pacific Forza Cup which were held between 2019 – 2020.
This year, the Esports Tournament expands to a wider region in Asia including Japan, South Korea Taiwan and various countries in Asia Pacific. Participants who enter the competition need to qualify for the finals in five elimination rounds. The best 5 players from each region and a total of 20 players who scored the highest points, move on to the next elimination round. After the final elimination round, the 10 best players consisting of the 4 best players from each region and the top 6 players from all regions, qualify for the finale. The finale on 12th December determines the overall winner out of the 10 finalists. The glorious first champion of the Porsche Gran Turismo Cup Asia Pacific will be invited to the Porsche Experience Centre Tokyo for an unforgettable full day track experience.
Top 5 players from each region, who scored the largest number of points with the best five online elimination rounds out of 5,
move on to the Porsche Gran Turismo Cup Asia Pacific finals.
course Fuji International Speedway
Starting with The Carrera RSR, born in 1973 to compete in Group 4 racing, the RSR series has left an impressive mark in the world of motorsports over the years. A pure competition machine 911 RSR that debuted at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, has the naturally aspirated four litre flat-six engine that is mounted in front of the rear axle and produces 502 BHP. At the Le Mans 24 hour race in June 2017, The 911 RSR led the pack for much of the race and proved its impressive performance to sports car fans.
course Circuit de la Sarthe
The 919 Hybrid is a prototype sports car, developed by Porsche for the World Endurance Championships and the Le Mans 24 hour race. Its base configuration is a carbon composite monocoque with a turbocharged 2 litre V4 engine mounted midship. It uses an all-wheel drive system, equipped with an ERS (an advanced version of KERS) for the front axles, with lithium ion batteries. The total system power of 887 BHP consists of 493 BHP delivered from the engine to the rear axle, with 394 BHP delivered to the front axle through the hybrid system. This propels the 875 kg car from a standstill to 62.1 mph in 2.2 seconds, reaching 124.3 mph in 4.8 seconds.
course Mount Panorama
The Cayman GT4 was the fastest Cayman in history, with many components carried over from the 911. The engine is a 3.8L horizontally opposed 6 cylinder, producing more power than the 911 Carrera at 379 BHP. The front suspension and brakes use components from the 911 GT3, and greatly exceed the performance levels of the other Caymans in terms of stability and braking. But its evolution did not end there. In 2016, Porsche further refined the Cayman GT4 which is the Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
course Goodwood Motor Circuit
The Porsche 356 is Porsche’s first mass production model, which debuted in 1949. The 356A became modernised in many aspects, with a naturally rounded front window, soft pads above the interior panel, and the horn on the centre of the steering wheel, etc. and was equipped with a 4 cam engine that had been slightly detuned from the 550 Spyder racing car. The 1500 GS Carrera produced 98 BHP, and 1500 GS GT Carrera produced 108 BHP.
course Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
The Porsche 962 C is a prototype racing car that debuted in 1985 in order to compete in the WEC (World Endurance Championships). It was powered by the flat 6 twin turbo engine and won 7 out of 10 races in the WEC during its debut year. In 1986 it won 4 races out of 9 in the WSPC (World Sports Prototype Championship), which took the place of the WEC. It dominated Le Mans in 1987, placed 2nd in 1988 and brought many victories and championship titles home to Porsche.
|Tournament title||Porsche Gran Turismo Cup Asia Pacific|
|Schedule||September 5 to December 12, 2021|
Porsche Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
Porsche Japan KK
Porsche Taiwan Motors Ltd.
Porsche Korea Ltd.
|Grand prize||Invitation to Porsche Experience Center Tokyo|
1st prize: The Winner and one accompanying person will receive an all expenses paid trip to and from Tokyo with a 2-nights stay at Andaz Hotel, 1 dinner at Porsche Momentum restaurant and a 90 min Track Experience at the Porsche Experience Center Tokyo.
2nd prize: 2.000 EUR Hugo Boss Voucher
3rd prize: Home theatre soundbar from Bose
20 finalists: 1x pair of Porsche x Bose QC35 II headphones
Best overall player from each region: 1x Tag Heuer Connected Watch
|Game software||Gran Turismo Sport (Sales agency：Sony Interactive Entertainment)|
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