Renault has become Formula 1’s first team to commit to an official eSports squad.

Renault has become Formula 1’s first team to commit to an official eSports squad.

The French car manufacturer announced on Monday that it was joining up with French entrants Team Vitality to create ‘Renault Sport Team Vitality’ – which will compete exclusively in motorsport-related gaming contests.

 Renault has become Formula 1’s first team to commit to an official eSports squad, as motorsport’s interest in gaming ramps up.

Their competitors are Philip Paschmeyer, Victor Locquet and Sandro Holzwarth

Last year,  we saw Fernando Alonso set up his own eSports racing team, while McLaren  established it’s World’s Fastest Gamer contest.

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