Leading company Extreme Simracing has scaled up efforts to bring the ultimate, professional-grade home racing simulators to living rooms across America.
“In recent years, the mode of consumption has been changing as well as consumer behavior and especially the entertainment spaces in current homes. Pool table, ping-pong, and other games have been replaced or added by racing simulators, very known today as Sim Racing,” a representative of the company said in a statement.
Buoyed by lockdowns and several restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, racing enthusiasts and pros alike have turned to virtual racing to keep the spirit of the game alive and kicking.
Professional drivers have turned to sim racing to train. The tracks’ fidelity allows them to memorize the layout. For beginners, sim racing helps them build their driving skills and finally graduate into real cars.
Guaranteed fun for those who want to play until they evolve into a professional virtual pilot, Extreme Simracing says there are many options on the market to suit all budgets.
Individuals only need to connect their PlayStation or Xbox to a steering wheel and pedals and start feeding their need for speed in the virtual world.
“Many of these games are online, and you can compete with players from all over the world,” the representative adds.
Extreme Simracing says the industry’s pros opt for simulators connected to the PC, with iRacing becoming the biggest platform in recent years.
Extreme Simracing has led the charge in developing, manufacturing, and selling equipment since 2008. It has ramped up efforts to be able to adjust the driving position similar to a real race car.
From wheel stands starting at USD 169 to complete rig with a racing seat at USD 1,299, customers have the complete option of deciding how much they want to invest.
Using the current PlayStation console and its TV, the average initial investment starts at USD 450 (Wheel Stand + Wheels and Pedals). The most professional and hardcore players can invest more than USD 50,000 in their racing simulators.
Extreme Simracing is also an official reseller of SIMAGIC products, one of the leading companies in the world market for high-performance simulation equipment.
Extreme has established itself as the largest sim racing company in South America, with more than 25,000 units sold in the last years. It now sets its eyes in serving North American customers looking for sim racing gear that achieves the elusive combination of high quality, durability, and affordability.
Those who want to learn more about this incredible hobby that has been conquering millions of new users worldwide may visit the Extreme Simracing website to get started.