CVR World Cup has broken new ground as the only eSport with a physical, competitive component, it is both real and virtual cycle racing. Cycligent, Inc., the pioneer of Physical Esports™, started CVR World Cup in 2017 and has already given athletes over $250,000 in cash and prizes.
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Cycligent Virtual Racing has been called the toughest video game in the world. But to the 40 riders who raced the CVR World Cup in Los Angeles recently - going head to head in 4 categories to win a share of the season's $100,000 in cash and prizes - it was a lot more. While the course inside Zwift's training platform was imaginary, the effort and emotions of riders and fans was very real.
Cycligent Physical Esports Offers Virtual Cyclists Over $100,000 in Total Combined Cash & Prizes During Winter 2018 Season
Cycligent Physical Esports is awarding over $100,000 in combined cash & prizes over their Winter 2018 season. A large portion will be awarded to cyclists at their CVR World Cup virtual cycling race in Los Angeles on March 25th.
CVR World Cup just announced that cycling equipment provider PowerTap will supply them with power meters & cadence sensors, and CycleOps will provide hammer direct drive trainers, sweat guards, and training mats for the Winter 2018 race season.