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Drone Sports Canada has just finished a month-long e-sports championships online drone racing event.  For 4 weekends each Sunday night at 8pm EST pilots raced on the Velocidrone simulator that DSC has designed its 3 official 2020 UTT tracks for pilots across Canada to race against each other on.  The 3 tracks are DSC004, DSC005DSC006 that have been designed to be a max of 7 gates & 7 flags, fit within a 100ft by 100ft square, and are easy to set up with minimal gear.  These 3 UTT tracks were used to qualify pilots over 3 events that lead to a final championships track that was designed by PacoFPV.  The points from all 4 events were calculated & added up and it was a very very tight series with the points only separating the top 3 by 1 point!!  

 

The winners of first Canadian E-Sports drone racing championships

1st Fury FPV

2nd Paco FPV 

3rd Cruze FPV

 

The final results & video replay of the races are all available on our website 

DSC004 - https://dronesportscanada.com/leaderboards/esports/event-2-dsc004

DSC005 - https://dronesportscanada.com/leaderboards/esports/event-3-dsc005

DSC006 - https://dronesportscanada.com/leaderboards/esports/event-4-dsc006

Championships event - https://dronesportscanada.com/leaderboards/esports/2020-esports-championships

 

 

Drone Sports Canada is looking to find the 3 fastest drone racing pilots in the country to represent Canada at IDSC 2018 in South Korea. The 3 Pilots will form Team DSC and will race individually and as a team of 3 against the worlds best.  The 3 pilots win an all expenses paid trip to compete to win over 25,000$ USD in cash and prizes.

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