Professional Drivers Race Virtually In Sunday's ACC SRO Championship 2020

With sports around the world put on hold as we continue to fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, competitors are getting creative in order to still enjoy their favorite events. The esport event ACC SRO Championship 2020–part of the E-Sport GT Pro Series–takes place in the game Assetto Corsa Competizone, and Round 2 will be available to watch for free across CBS services.

Streaming on CBSSports.com, the CBS Sports app, and other CBS platforms, Round 2 will run on May 10 at 4:45 AM PT / 7:45 AM ET, and features three different categories: Pro, Silver and AM. The Silver is made up of professional simulation drivers while the AM is available to the public. For the Pro category, there are 50 real professional drivers competing. The races take approximately one hour each, so sit back with a snack and a drink and enjoy the virtual action. Check out Round 1 below.

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Thirty drivers in total will move on from the three categories for the final event, and the races run every two weeks. For the finale, all racers will be grouped together into a single race to determine the ultimate Assetto Corsa Compeitzone player.

The ACC SRO Championship 2020 includes vehicles from manufacturers like Bentley, McLaren, Lamborghini, and Ferrari, so you won’t want to miss the chance to see them (virtually) speeding down the track.

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