Init Esports– a female-led esports firm– and Pennzoil interacted to develop Screen to Speed — a sim racing digital tournament developed to offer women racers around the world the opportunity to get involved in the racing industry. The sim racing show is set to take viewers, fans and also women in the esports industry on a real-life journey to showcase and highlight female racing talents in the motorsports industry.
Stefy Bau, creator of Init Esports, and also Victoria Thomas, co-owner of Kelly Moss Road and Race, collaborated to develop this initiative with an objective of increasing awareness and also opportunities for ladies in the motorsports industry. Screen to Speed has been developed to educate females as well as incentivize them to share in their objectives and encourage and provide more opportunities for women in the automotive and motorsports industry.
Until February 12, ladies can register to race in the competition, with the possibility to take part in real life at the grand ending show in Las Vegas on March 4 during the weekend of the Pennzoil 400. The tournament is split into 3 different stages, offering racers a possibility to participate in some friendly competition.
The winner will be crowned on March 6 during stage 3. The grand prize for the winning driver is $15,000 cash, a racing simulator as well as a real-life track event with the Kelly Moss Porsche race team. To learn more concerning Screen to Speed and how to sign up, visit their website.