ESL Flowe Championship: The official PlayStation Championship for GT Sport is in the final act

ESL Flowe Championship: The official PlayStation Championship for GT Sport is in the final act

ESL Flowe Championship

On our Twitch channel we will host the finals of the ESL Flowe Championship, the first Eco-Green Championship in the world starting at 7:00 pm! This is also the official PlayStation Championship for GT Sport.

All Italian GT Sport players, from their PlayStation, had the opportunity to participate in the ESL Flowe Championship. The championship has been structured in four qualifying tournaments, to be played every weekend starting from May 1st.

Now that the qualifications have ended, the 8 players who have the chance to play for the title have been discovered during the Grand Final on July 17th.

Here are the drivers who qualified:

Aculnaig_94 Dexren9523 ExP_FabioPower ExP_Galla garasa-91 roby220796 Williams_BRacer Williams_Gio

The drivers will compete for a prize pool of 1260 euros + a PlayStation 5.

You too can follow the races live through the video player present in this news and more or less on all the pages of the site. All starting at 19:00. We look forward to seeing you.

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Racist abuse targets 3 English players who missed penalties

Posted: Jul 11, 2021 / 09:33 PM EDT / Updated: Jul 11, 2021 / 09:33 PM EDT

England’s Marcus Rashford reacts after failing to score a penalty during a shootout at the end of the Euro 2020 soccer championship final match between England and Italy at Wembley stadium in London, Sunday, July 11, 2021. Italy defeated England 3-2 in a penalty shootout after the game ended in a 1-1 draw. (Carl Recine/Pool Photo via AP)

LONDON (AP) — Three Black players who missed penalty kicks for England in the decisive European Championship shootout against Italy on Sunday night were subjected to racist abuse online, prompting the English Football Association to issue a statement condemning the language used against the players.

Bukayo Saka, at 19 one of the youngest players on the England squad, missed the penalty that gave the title to Italy and denied England its first international trophy since the 1966 World Cup.

It was England’s third straight failure from the penalty spot in the shootout, with Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho also missing.

The FA said in a statement it was “appalled” by the abuse of the three players. The team had taken a knee before games at the Euros to signal its support for an end to racial inequality, and the young, multi-ethnic squad won the hearts of the soccer-mad country before the shootout failure brought out all-too-familiar messages of hate.

“We will do all we can to support the players affected while urging the toughest punishments possible for anyone responsible,” the FA statement said. “We will continue to do everything we can to stamp discrimination out of the game, but we implore government to act quickly and bring in the appropriate legislation so this abuse has real-life consequences.”

London’s Metropolitan Police also said it was investigating “offensive and racist” messages on social media.

Rashford, who plays for Manchester United, noted the racial abuse he received on social media in May after the team lost the Europa League final.

England coach Gareth Southgate was criticized for his strategy of bringing in Rashford and Sancho off the bench to take penalties while star Raheem Sterling was sidelined in the shootout.

“They were the best takers we had left on the pitch,” Southgate said. “We win and lose together.”


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