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Announcing LPL PRO Project CARS 2

Announcing LPL PRO Project CARS 2
Season One 2019

PRESS RELEASE:

Kiwi esports broadcasting company LetsPlay.Live are excited to announce the first season of the LPL Pro Star Insurance Project CARS 2 ANZ Championship for 2019 – fuelled by Mammoth!

Over 30 racers from across Australia and New Zealand have competed online in the open division over the past few weeks, racking up points on the leaderboard. However, only the top 16 drivers could qualify for the chance to compete live on SKY TV and Twitch in the LPL Pro league.

Contestants will be competing across 7 weeks for a share of the $6,000AUD prize pool and the title of ANZ Champion. Welcoming in new faces to the league as well as fan-favourites from past events, this televised season is sure to get motorsport fans’ engines racing!

LPL are thrilled to welcome back headline sponsor Star Insurance to the league following a successful Project CARS partnership in 2018. They also welcome aboard Mammoth Supply Co. who will be supplying players, crew and fans with icy cold flavoured milks throughout the league.

“Once again we’re very happy to be a major sponsor, connecting with like-minded people who are at the forefront of innovation. LetsPlay.Live is a great fit for us. Our Star Enthusiast range of insurance products, including Star Project & Performance, Star Vintage, Star Classic and Star Motorsport are typically purchased by esports fans who appreciate the customised experience we provide. Star creates extraordinary insurance for Kiwis with exceptional vehicles,” says Nicholas Baker, Chief Executive Officer at Star Insurance Specialists.

“We’re excited to be joining LetsPlay.Live for this championship, and we’re looking forward to the action getting underway. Mammoth is a great choice for gamers with a range of drinks to fuel you at the right moments, so we’re looking forward to this being the start of a great partnership" says Margaret O’Sullivan, Director of Marketing at Fonterra Brands NZ.

Fans can also look forward to opportunities to score themselves some great giveaways and promotions throughout the tournament thanks to these sponsors.

The Project CARS 2 ANZ Championship series will premiere Thursday April 11th at 7pm NZT on SKY Sport and twitch.tv/letsplay.live. The season will continue every Thursday for a total of seven weeks of high-octane esports action.

Key information:
What: LPL PRO Star Insurance Project CARS 2 ANZ Championship
Where: SKY Sport and twitch.tv/letsplaylive
When: Every Thursday at 7pm. Season runs Thursday April 11th - May 23rd 2019
Read more at https://letsplay.live/project-cars-2-anz-championship-season-1-2019/

About LPL
LPL is an Australasian esports media company that is focused on building an ecosystem that will underpin the continued growth of esports and gaming in Oceania. LPL delivers world-class tournaments and broadcast content for brands and publishers, out of their purpose-built esports studio inside Auckland’s iconic SKY Tower.


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