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E-sports drivers getting on track with the real deal

By Shi Futian | China Daily | Updated: 2019-04-15 08:04

In an effort to attract younger fans, in 2017 F1 entered the digital spectrum by creating the FIA Formula One E-sports Series.

But China, one of the world's largest e-sports markets and host of an annual Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit, was not initially included in the F1 E-sports world.

That finally changed, just ahead of the weekend's Chinese Grand Prix - which was also F1's 1,000th race - when it was officially announced that F1's e-sports tournament is entering China.

E-sports drivers getting on track with the real deal

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