NASCAR Heat 3
704Games announced it will host an eSports tournament for NASCAR Heat 3. The tournament, NASCAR Heat: Road to Miami, will be a weekly competition that takes place during the NASCAR Playoffs. More than $500,000 in prize money is available. The event will end at Homestead-Miami Speedway during Ford Championship Weekend.

NASCAR Heat 3 eSports Tournament

Online qualifiers will take place from September 10 through November 11. 704Games states, “Fans can qualify at home weekly by posting their fastest total race times to qualify for the final tournament in Miami.”
All weekly finalists will be flown out to Miami for Ford Championship Weekend. The winner of the NASCAR Heat Champions: Road to Miami will win $10,000 along with other prizes. A $500,000 bonus is available for the winner if he or she predicts the official race time of of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 within five seconds.
Ed Martin, President of 704Games, said, “NASCAR Heat Champions: Road to Miami is the first NASCAR eSports competition of its kind on video game consoles, accessible to NASCAR fans across the U.S., making it a truly one-of-a-kind experience.”
Check out all the details on the upcoming tournament here.

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Brandt Frye
Frye is an experienced competitive player in multiple sports video games, including finishing 17th (NHL) and 33rd (Madden) in the 2012 EA Sports Challenge in New York City. He writes about both professional and fantasy sports for other news outlets, and has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Penn State University. Frye has written online for over five years, and is a lifelong, die-hard fan of sports teams that you definitely don't like.