RiMS Racing AMA World’s Fastest Motorcycle Gamer Challenge Starting January 29

Done in collaboration with NACON and RaceWard Studio, the AMA World’s Fastest Motorcycle Gamer Challenge by Init Esports will begin in RiMS Racing on January 29 at 8am PT.

As part of this competition, players will get verified, receive an AMA digital license, register, and clock the fastest combined lap time across two tracks, two legendary roads, and two phases. The winner will become the first-ever AMA Esports Champion, and will get the chance to spend two days with a U.S. Superbike Team.

To win the competition, riders will score their lap times at least once across select tracks. The combined overall fastest time from the tracks will determine the winner of this challenge.

Learn more with the trailer below:


The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Those that purchase the title on Steam can get 40% off from now through February 3 – you can find the page for the game here.

Source: Press Release
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