2022 EEWC season to have $150k total prize fund

The days are drawing closer for the start of the 2022 Endurance eRacing World Championship season, as the 12 Hours of Matsusaka begins with official free practice on Thursday, February 24th, 2022 from 19:00 CET.

Ahead of this new campaign, we at GTR24H can officially reveal that there will be a total prize fund of $150,000 USD up for grabs for all teams competing in the four classes.

In addition to the cash prize, 4 billion ZUKI Utility Tokens have been added to the prize fund by ZUKI.

The ZUKI Utility Tokens is the currency used in the ZUKI Project, which can be used for creative purposes like creating games such as puzzles, polls, quizzes, opinion polls etc.

These are all ways that will encourage interactivity with fans, followers and players. We are sure our teams can find creative ways of using the ZUKI tokens to grow their following as well as activate and engage with their fans.

Check out the ZUKI Project here

Over the course of what will be six races totalling 96 hours of high-octane action, the teams will be able to give their all in many different aspects to ensure that they all have an equal chance of taking home some cash come the Le Mans finale in late October of this year!

At present, we have currently around 20 or so teams already gearing up to race for the 2022 season, which will take place at some of the most iconic tracks from across the globe, which will spread across Europe, the United States of America, Asia and South America over a span of around eight months.

There is also further exciting news to come regarding further developments for the EEWC in 2022, so stay tuned!

Any team wishing to sign up for any of the four classes, you can do so via the link below, as places are limited:

2022 GTR24H EEWC Signup Application Form

About The Author

Alex Goldschmidt
Alex heads up the commentary and content side of GTR24H, having originally joined the team for the 2021 EEWC season. He is an experienced karting commentator, who also has reported as a journalist from the world of motorsport in the last decade or so, having joined the eSports ranks in March of 2020.
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Philipp Baur
Philipp Baur
February 7, 2022 05:42

Hey, I am looking for a team which drives the LMP2 or GTE class in this series. I have much experience in Endurance Races on iRacing (won 2018 the HPD class with Mivano Simracing in Split 1 in the 24h Le Mans). In rf2 I have around 200 hours playtime.

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