The eNASCAR Heat Pro League will return 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.
This year’s draft qualifying will be open to all NASCAR Heat 4 players on Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One systems and will seek to find the best gamers across the United States and Canada over a span of six-weeks on a variety of different racing circuits. The draft qualifying period will open on Jan. 30 and will run until Feb. 26.
Visit NASCARHeat.com for more information and to register for competition.
NASCAR Heat 4 sports a brand new look, complete with stunning visual and audio enhancements, an upgraded user interface and a deeper career mode.