World’s Fastest Gamer social media prize winner Richard Humphrey got the surprise of his life when his $30k Allinsports race simulator prize was delivered – the man knocking on his door was Monaco Grand Prix, 2 x Indy 500 and 3 x Rolex 24 at Daytona winner, Juan Pablo Montoya.
World’s Fastest Gamer asked followers on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to reply to a post saying why they would like to win the state-of-the-art simulator. San Francisco-resident Humphrey was selected at random as the race winner.
Montoya is the head judge for the upcoming World’s Fastest Gamer “California Dreamin” tour where ten of the world’s top gamers will compete for a chance to earn a full-time real-world race drive valued at more than US$1 million.
Designed and built by ex-Formula 1 engineers, the Allinsports simulator is manufactured in Italy – built across the road from the Ferrari factory in Maranello. Allinsports recently became part of Millennial Esports Corp. – joining the esports specialists group of brands which features gaming studio, Eden Games and esports data streaming experts, Stream Hatchet.
Montoya believes race simulators can play a huge role in developing motorsport talent of the future, both in the real-world and esports, and is looking forward to the World’s Fastest Gamer “California Dreamin” tour to find the next great #GamerToRacer.
While Humphrey is able to replace his home-made race simulator with the state-of-the-art Allinsports race rig, he won’t be the only race fan to get this opportunity.
As part of the World’s Fastest Gamer “California Dreamin” tour 30-day countdown, three great prizes have been offered to fans:
- 30 days to go – Allinsports Race Simulator.
- 20 days to go – all-expenses-paid trip to the World’s Fastest Gamer “California Dreamin” final.
- 10 days to go – all-expenses-paid trip to see the race debut for this year’s World’s Fastest Gamer debut race at Silverstone in 2020.
The Allinsports race rig prize competition can be entered by following World’s Fastest Gamer and commenting on these social media posts;