PEYTON, Colo. – Podium eSports has released the prize fund structure for all four of its series that will open the 2019 season. Drivers will compete for over $4500 between the Elite Series, Truck Series, Street Stock Series and the CARS eSport Tour, with the Top 25 drivers in both divisions of the Elite Series and Truck Series guaranteed winnings.
The champion of the Podium eSports Elite Series’ Gold Division, home to the most competitive Class A racing on iRacing, will win $300, while the Silver Division champion will win $120. In the Truck Series, the Gold Division champion will win $225, while the Silver Division champion will win $120.
The 2019 CARS eSport Tour Champion will win $250, while the Street Stock Series’ Gold Division champion will win $60.
“With two divisions now confirmed for both the Elite Series and the Truck Series, we are happy to release our payout structure,” said Podium eSports’ Chief Competition Officer Kyle Barnes. “Both series will award money to the top 25 drivers in the Gold and Silver Divisions. The Gold Division payout structure is designed to reward the most competitive drivers in the field, while Silver Division payouts are more evenly distributed to reward those who run the full season schedule.”
The full prize fund structure, along with rules, registration and schedules for all Podium eSports series, is available at www.podiumesports.com. Races in all four series will be broadcast on Podium eSports’ Twitch channel, www.twitch.tv/podiumesports.
About Podium eSports
Podium eSports, the home of the best competition in sim racing, is scheduled to launch in January 2019. As one of the only companies in sim racing to combine its competition and broadcast divisions within the same company, Podium is uniquely positioned to transform sim racing in the world of esports and help sim racing realize its full commercial potential. All Podium eSports races are broadcast live on the company’s Twitch channel, www.twitch.tv/podiumesports. For more information, visit www.podiumesports.com.