MIAMI, FL – JULY 20, 2022 – Motorsport Games Inc. (NASDAQ: MSGM) (“Motorsport Games”)a leading developer, publisher and esports ecosystem provider of official motorsport racing series around the world, today announced that two of its games have been released on GeForce NOW, NVIDIAs (NASDAQ: NVDA) cloud-based game streaming service. NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft joined GeForce NOW’s robust library of over 1,300 games and are now available to play via the cloud. This is the first series of Motorsport Games titles to come to GeForce NOW, starting with two of the publisher’s most popular games on the market.
“Our goal is to bring the thrill of motorsport to everyone and bring great player experiences to fans wherever they are,” said Dmitry Kozko, CEO of Motorsport Games. “By making our NASCAR and Karting games available on GeForce NOW, fans can enjoy our games even on select Samsung TVs without consoles. We can’t wait for our players to try this new experience and are excited to partner with NVIDIA, an innovative company that continues to advance gaming.”
“GeForce NOW’s extensive library is growing rapidly and our players can now get their hands on two of Motorsport Games’ biggest titles to get behind the wheel of some of the most exciting racing games out there,” said Phil Scott, Director of Developer Relations, Europe at NVIDIA. “Whether on the road or in the comfort of their own home, players can experience the best cloud gaming experience on the market today through GeForce NOW – which redefines how gaming can work as it transforms almost any device, including smartphones, laptops and tablets. , in PC gaming rigs.”
As part of GeForce NOW, NASCAR 21: Ignition and KartKraft will be accessible to stream and play across PCs, Macs, mobile devices, newly added 2022 Samsung TVs, and more. More gamers than ever can now experience the officially licensed stock car series and realistic karting title. The addition to GeForce NOW also marks the first time that KartKraft will be available on a platform other than PC. Gamers on GeForce NOW play the full PC version of the game available on Steam and stream it to almost all of their devices. This addition is also in line with Motorsport Games’ goal to provide all its players with more choice when gaming, as the games will now be accessible on more devices than ever before.
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Motorsport Games, a Motorsport Network company, is a leading developer, publisher and esports ecosystem provider of racing games from official motorsport racing series around the world. Combining innovative and engaging video games with exciting esports competitions and content for racing fans and gamers, Motorsport Games strives to make the joy of racing accessible to everyone. The company is the officially licensed developer and publisher of video games for iconic motorsport racing series on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and mobile, including NASCAR, INDYCAR, 24 Hours of Le Mans and the British Touring Car Championship (“BTCC”), as well as the leading rFactor 2 and KartKraft simulations. RFactor 2 also serves as the official sim racing platform of Formula E. Motorsport Games is an award-winning esports partner of choice for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Formula E, BTCC, the FIA World Rallycross Championship and the eNASCAR Heat Pro League , among other things. Motorsport Games is building a virtual racing ecosystem where every product creates excitement, every esports event is an adventure, and every story inspires.
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