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The eNASCAR Heat Pro League returns for its second season in 2020 with a total prize pool of more than $200,000. The highly-anticipated second season will once again offer the opportunity for gamers to become an affiliated esports driver for one of 14 official eNHPL teams. The 2020 season features 14 races at tracks across the NASCAR circuit, including Eldora Speedway, Road America and Iowa Speedway, with gamers showcasing their skills in all three of NASCAR’s national series. The 14-race season is broken up into three four-race segments. In each segment, the highest placed competitor in the segment standings within each console will earn a spot in the championship final. A final wildcard event at the virtual Daytona International Speedway in July will allow for two more drivers to secure their Championship hopes. Visit NASCARHeat.com for more information.


NASCAR Heat 4 sports a brand new look, complete with stunning visual and audio enhancements, an upgraded user interface and a deeper career mode.