PlayStation Gaming Leagues is announcing it will be hosting its own Esports event - labelled the PSGL Esports Cup 2020.
Following the success of the PSGL-Livid Cup, PSGL will be hosting a second event starting on May 18 with the season-opener in Azerbaijan.
What teams are involved?
This time we will be having 10 teams involved in the event, with each team fielding two drivers each.
Each team will have a maximum of four drivers available to choose from for the full duration of the event.
- Brutal Democracy Gaming
- Comrade Gaming
- Vortex Racing Team
- Firevoid Gaming
- IGK Esports Team
- Team Mentalism
- S2V Esports
- Visceral Racing
- ECDF1 ESPORTS
- Williams JIM ESPORTS
Calendar & Format
The PSGL Esports Cup 2020 will consist of a six-race championship with each race consisting of a short qualifying session & 50% race distance on a Monday night, replacing our PSGL F1 League until F1 2020 is released.
Round 1 - Azerbaijan (May 18) Round 2 - Austria (May 25) Round 3 - Canada (June 1) Round 4 - China (June 8) Round 5 - USA (June 15) Round 6 - Brazil (June 22)
Same points system as the PSGL-LIVID cup with all 20 positions getting points.
1st - 30 points 2nd - 25 points 3rd - 22 points 4th - 20 points 5th - 18 points 6th - 16 points 7th - 14 points 8th - 13 points 9th - 12 points 10th - 11 points 11th - 10 points 12th - 9 points 13th - 8 points 14th - 7 points 15th - 6 points 16th - 5 points 17th - 4 points 18th - 3 points 19th - 2 points 20th - 1 point FL - 1 point (real life F1 rule applied)
PSGL F1 commentator Owen Wyatt will be joined by Esports commentator Austin Smith - VRT_BADG3RMAN.
PSGL will be hosting its Formula Performance Challenge Cup on Tuesdays, with Formula Experience taking place on
The final Race of Champions will take place in late-June.