Motorsport Games this week saw the sale of three million shares in the company which helped raise $ 60 million.
After a breakthrough year for the sim racing industry in 2020, which has thrived as the cancellation of real motorsport events has spurred growth in the following of virtual events, things are set to get even bigger in the months to to come.
Motorsport Games CEO Dmitry Kozko says there is huge momentum in the industry now – and this will manifest itself in new games (including the arrival of NASCAR on the Nintendo Switch), new platforms and other high-profile events that fans will follow.
Motorsport Games, which is the publisher of the NASCAR Heat franchise, has enjoyed a bumper year thanks to the growing interest in sim racing. It hosted more than 50 Esports events in 2020, for a total of 51 million spectators. It was far in excess of the 3.8 million viewers it had attracted just 12 months earlier.
Its most successful event was Virtual Le Mans, which attracted a …
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