Win a trip to TT 2021 in virtual Ride on the Edge 2 tournament

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BIG prizes are on offer for bike racing’s best gamers this month as the Isle of Man reveals its new TT Ride on the Edge 2020 video game tournament.

Bringing together virtual riders from all around the world, the competition will offer joystick bandits the chance to win a trip to the 2021 Isle of Man TT.

The tournament will run from June 13-15 within the realms of the TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 game, which is touted as one of the most accurate models of the Mountain Course on the market.

Revamped physics and improved graphics will greet players as they are pitted head-to-head on either a PS4 or PC console.

The top prize will be a trip for two to the 2021 Isle of Man TT Races and the opportunity to meet some of the event’s biggest stars, while the runner-up will win an official and limited-edition TT 2020 Arai helmet.

The TT Ride on the Edge 2020 event will consist of three rounds:

  • Round 1: 13 to 17 June – Open qualification round on a training and test circuit from Ireland to select the top 50 players
  • Round 2: 20 to 22 June – Fastest 50 fastest qualifiers will take action to the Isle of Man in a bid to clock the fastest lap of the TT course
  • Round 3: 25 June – Fastest 10 players from Round 2 to be the fastest over six laps of the TT course, the same distance – 227 miles – as the Senior TT

All the details on how to take part in the competition can be found on the game’s official Facebook page. 

Check out the trailer below:

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