Come and compete against top drone racing pilots within the Online Drone Racing Stadium and across the global with the largest real world drone racing organisations. Following is a list of what you will require to race in the worlds first drone racing esports competition.
When do we race ?
Drone Racing Esports currently conducts LIVE online drone racing at the following times:
08:00pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Tuesday and Thursday nights (AEST)
What you need:
Become a fully paid member of Rotor Rush (Get subscription or license HERE)
Have the latest version of Rotor Rush
Have a controller compatible with you computer (requirements below)
Have the Discord Chat room app installed on your computer (Get Discord here)
LIKE Drone Racing Esports on Facebook to keep up with events (LIKE)
Rotor Rush drone simulation software uses the latest 3d engine technology and needs a reasonable spec computer to provide realistic visuals and a smooth flight experience.
The minimum recommended spec is:
PC – Windows 7 OS (with SP1), Intel i5 dual core CPU, NVidia 750 Ti graphics card (or equivalent), 4GB RAM plus internet connection.
Mac – Mac supported controllers.
Currently the simulator supports the following devices for control input:
Taranis (via USB connection)
Spektrum Transmitters (via OrangeRX dongle)
In the current release there is experimental support for more transmitters and we will continue to increase the number of supported devices.
Conditions of entry:
Events are scheduled for specific time of day, please make sure you will be available at that time before registering. Your participation in an event will require you to compete in a number of qualifying rounds followed by quarter finals, semi finals and the final. Your fastest qualifier for the set number laps will be used to determine if you qualify for the quarter finals.
Prize Fund Awards – Terms & Conditions
Awards for sim events with a prize fund will be issued on condition that you are using unmodified Rotor Rush simulator software on a system without any applications running that may affect the performance of the drone you are flying. By registering for an event you are also declaring that it is you who will be flying the drone in the event. Rotor Rush reserves the right to decline the issue of a prize if it suspects the above conditions have not been met.