One of the world’s leading esports teams, Veloce, has partnered with German sim racing peripheral manufacturer Fanatec to become its official steering wheel partner.
The long-term partnership will see Veloce Esports use Fanatec equipment as it competes in various racing competitions.
At present, the Veloce Esports team enters James Baldwin in the Mobileye GT World Challenge Europe Esports series and Marko Pejic in both DTM and ADAC Esports championships – amongst other initiatives. The team was also in contention for a strong result at the 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual.
It also creates racing game-based content with Lando Norris’ lifestyle Quandrant brand, also part of the new Fanatec cooperation.
“Our planned projects will demonstrate our commitment to innovation, pushing sim racing forward in new ways. I am looking forward to a lot of entertaining content but also to working closely with the team of Veloce,” said Head of Marketing at Fanatec/Endor AG, Belma Nadarevic.
The news follows the recent Fanatec partnership news with Jimmy Broadbent across his motorsport activities in 2022.
Considering Veloce’s network is so broad, expect to see more Fanatec logos across multiple racing esports teams’ liveries very soon.