Hang onto your straw hats, folks, Farming Simulator is getting its own esports league.
After evaluating the water with the Farming Simulator Champions in 2018, the folks at Giants Software revealed the Farming Simulator League for 2019, a brand-new esports league that pits groups of Farming Simulator gamers versus each other in farm-related activities for substantial prize money.
If you do not understand what Farming Simulator is, it’s a computer game series where gamers imitate the everyday activities of running a modern-day farm, which includes a lot of driving practical tractors backward and forward throughout fields. It might not seem like much to individuals who have not played it, however the series is hugely popular in Europe and has actually been getting steam in other locations of the world over the last few years.
To make the video game into something that you can really complete in, Giants Software had gamers baling hay and stacking those hay bales for the Farming Simulator Champion. You can have a look at the amusing discount video to see what that appears like in action.
Giants Software stated in its statement that rivals will not be baling hay in the brand-new Farming Simulator League, and rather there will be a brand-new competitive 3v3 mode, although they didn’t enter into far more information than that.
“The video game will, naturally, stand real to its roots in farming and integrate genuine field work like collecting with enjoyable and tough video game components,” Giants Software kept in mind.
For its very first year, the Farming Simulator League will have 10 competitions throughout Europe which will culminate in a last competitors to end up being Farming Simulator champ with rewards amounting to € 100,000. Consisting of the other competitions, the League will be granting € 250,000 in rewards.