Do you see yourself snapping away online and documenting the action as it unfolds in front of you? Then we might have a role that would suit you down to the ground.
We are offering one lucky fan the opportunity to become the Official Red Bull Racing Esports In-Game Photographer! We know there’s plenty of you out there that have the skills, as we’ve seen some amazing in-game images captured by you and now we’d like one of you to become part of the Team.
To be in with a chance of becoming the Official Red Bull Racing Esports In-Game Photographer we need you to send us your five best photos of our car on the track during a virtual race.
The best photographer will be picked by our Team and get the honour of being our in-game photographer for the 2020 season. The lucky winner will get to cover our online races and see their photos feature on our social channels as well as the website with their name credited. An awesome prize!
But don’t panic if your portfolio is a bit thin, there are two fantastic races coming up where you’ll be able to snap away to your heart’s content and get that perfect image that paints a 1,000 words.
This Sunday we have the Bahrain Virtual Grand Prix where Formula One teams will be competing online. And the second race to be ready for is Round 4 of the Le Mans Esports Series, where Robin Betka, Aurelien Mallet and Alexandre Arnou will be competing at Sebring on Saturday 28 March at 19:00 UTC. You'll have to be quick on the draw for the Le Mans race, because you can only take screen grabs in that particular series. There's no in-game capture facility.
To be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is send us your five best images by posting them on your social channels tagging our Red Bull Racing Esports accounts. The deadline for entries is 12:00 GMT on Monday 30 March. Good luck!
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