- Next Level Racing® and mCon begin a partnership with a focus on Netherlands and Benelux
- mCon’s dedicated facility at Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam to feature Next Level Racing® setups
- Next Level Racing® to support mCon’s Pro esports drivers in iRacing and Formula 1 competition
- Next Level Racing® and mCon to collaborate on wider sim racing and motorsport activations
Next Level Racing® has begun a partnership with mCon, a competitive Esports organization based in the Netherlands. This new collaboration brings together two leaders in Esports and gaming, with a focus on building mCon Racing Division’s sim racing activations in Rotterdam, Netherlands and the wider European region.
mCon brings together a community of pro gamers across all genres, and most recently have branched out into competitive sim racing with the launch of mCon Racing Division. mCon also boasts a dedicated facility at Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam, featuring Next Level Racing® Elite setups, specifically for training professional sim & real racing drivers and content creation.
As part of the collaboration, Next Level Racing® will also be supporting mCon Racing Division’s Pro team drivers who regularly compete in top-tier iRacing and F1 2021/2022 championships. Next Level Racing® and mCon’s close working partnership will also extend to wider sim racing and motorsport activations in the region, with more details to be revealed in the near future.
Kam Khadem | Head of Brand and Strategy at Next Level Racing®
“It’s great to begin a new partnership with mCon, who for years have been a leader in the Esports and gaming industry in the Netherlands. mCon have proven themselves to be competing at the highest levels of competition, and we’re excited to collaborate closely with them on various projects in the Netherlands.”
Joël Koman | Team Manager of mCon Racing Division
“With mCon having the ambition to professionalize its Racing Division, we set out to find the ultimate brand to collaborate with. Next Level Racing® share our values in making sim racing accessible to newcomers while offering infinite room to grow, which perfectly aligns with our goals to bridge the gap between sim racing esports and ‘real-life’ motorsports.”