The event will welcome a live audience for the final day of the event on July 3 at the Stade de France Auditorium near Paris, France
The Trackmania Grand League 2022 World Cup will take place from July 1 to 3 at the Stade de France near Paris, France, with live audience for the playoffs and Grand Finale on July 3.
A limited number of tickets are still available here: https://www.stadefrance.com/en/ticket/trackmania
- Group Stage: July 1 & 2 – behind closed doors.
- Playoffs & Grand Finale: July 3 – open to the public in the Stade de France Auditorium.
Concluding the 2021-2022 season of the Trackmania Grand League (TMGL), the World Cup is a moment of celebration where players and fans come together and enjoy peak Trackmania action as the top 16 players around the world will race for the title and cash prize. 8 players qualified for the event through the TMGL circuit, while the 8 remaining spots were decided through the Open Qualifier early June, accessible to anyone looking to try their chance at one of the most prestigious competitions in the TMGL.
Animated by French caster Lutti, the competition will be broadcast live on https://www.twitch.tv/trackmania or on the players’ organizations’ streams available at https://www.trackmania.com/worldcup/watch
To add to the celebration, the Trackmania Grand League World Cup can count on its main partner, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, the motorsport subsidiary of the world’s leading car manufacturer. As part of this collaboration, Trackmania players can already race with 3 cars, available in the Grand League club, branded to the colors of the World Cup and TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, and enjoy branded content after the event.
“The combination of our passion for competition and the art of pushing beyond limits, whether behind the wheel or with a gamepad controller in hand, will allow us once again to bring together these two worlds of sport and esports throughout the 2022 World Cup” said Omar Benabdallah, Esports Manager at Ubisoft Nadeo.
“Through esports, just as through real races, we want to convey the passion of motorsport and make it accessible to as many people as possible, whether it be physical or virtual”, explained Luca Neyroz, Marketing Director of Toyota France.