Playstation 4’s 2021 Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup Singapore has opened for registration



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SINGAPORE

Are you a driving simulation and e-motorsport enthusiast? Then Toyota wants you to get onboard the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup with the Gran Turismo Sport driving simulator and your Playstation 4.

Registration is open from today, and interested parties just need to head over to www.toyota.com.sg/gtcup to register your details, wait for the confirmation email, then get into your game to wring out your fastest lap.

The Singaporean finals race is set to take place on 26th September 2021 and the top three fastest drivers will win cash prizes of S$3,000 for first position, S$2,000 for second, and S$1,000 for the third position spot. Not bad at all.


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Racers in Singapore will be competing in three stages: Qualifier, Semi-Final and Final. Qualifiers will take place from 21st August 2021. The best 24 racers will be announced on a streaming program and then advance to the semi-Finals, which will be held on 25th September 2021.



The final 12 finalists will compete in three races. The top three selected by total points will represent Singapore, and go on to compete against the fastest qualifiers from six other countries that are classed in the same region as: Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Korea, and India in a time-trial, knock out format happening in late October 2021.

The event organisers note that the TGR GT Cup ASIA 2021 game formats have been enhanced to offer every racer a fair chance to clinch the top two coveted places to progress to the Global Finals of the TGR GT Cup 2021. Cars that will be featured in this virtual racing tournament include the Toyota GR Yaris, GR Supra, and the all-new GR 86.

Intrigued? Find out more at the Toyota Gazoo Racing website.

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