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Win a Free 2017 Ford Focus RS in Upcoming Forza Tournament

Two classes, two ways to compete

Conner Golden
Aug 8, 2016

If you fancy yourself a rather skilled Forza player, you might have the chance to take home a free 2017 Ford Focus RS from the Electronic Sports League Forza Championship. This is the largest Forza championship to date, with two distinctly different classes of competition and a tournament-style bracket system.

Registration for ESL's Forza Championship is currently open, with the first official competitions kicking-off on August 8th. For those who want a shot at the RS grand prize, they must place in the top 128 players in the Elite series' first three qualifying week events. Each of the three weeks feature a different car and different track. Unsurprisingly, all of the digital cars in the competition are from FoMoCo, including a 2015 Ford Mustang GT, 2013 Ford Formula Ford EcoBoost 200, and a 2016 Ford #66 Ford Racing GT Le Mans.

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The top 128 players from that particular week will be whittled down to a top 16 in another competition, following with a top four that will go onto the final championship taking place on September 4th.

Players who don't win the keys to the RS probably won't go home empty handed, however, as Microsoft is giving away new Xbox consoles, Elite controllers, in-game cars, and exclusive car designs. Those that race in the less-competitive Open series have a chance to win in-game content.

Head over to ESL's registration page to put your hat in the ring.

By Conner Golden
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