The Lionheart Racing Series and RaceSpot TV announced today a multi-year broadcast package covering all three of Lionheart’s premier online racing championships.

Formed just a year apart from one another, the Lionheart Racing Series and RaceSpot TV have grown considerably over the past seven years, gaining increasing popularity within the iRacing community. 2021 will see both paths meet, moving forward to bring Lionheart’s live events to the next level.

RaceSpot TV is a live eSports broadcast network focusing primarily on sim racing. RaceSpot TV produces over 15 hours of high-quality live broadcasts each week to a global audience.

“Since our inception our company motto has been no gimmicks just awesome broadcasting,” says Wil Vincent, RaceSpot TV COO and Head of Broadcast Operations. “We believe that our job is to be storytellers for some of the world’s biggest eSports moments, whilst ensuring we provide a recognizable motorsports product to viewers who may be new to the concept of competitive eSports. We invest heavily in every aspect of our product to ensure that every broadcast provides informative commentary and lasting memories.”

Lionheart Racing Series founder Jorge Anzaldo was excited at the opportunity to work with one of the world’s leading eSports content producers.

“This couldn’t have come at a better time,” Anzaldo said. “We have worked extremely hard to get to this point. Forming this partnership with RaceSpot TV is going to open so many doors for our league. With RaceSpot TV and ESTV airing our races 2021 is going to be the biggest in league history. I’m excited to have RaceSpot TV handling our live race coverage.”

RaceSpot TV will provide live coverage for Lionheart’s IndyCar, Speedway and Retro Series for a combined 58 events in 2021.

In addition, Lionheart events will also air on the first 24-hour eSports network, ESTV. The series debuted to impressive audience numbers late in the 2020 season on the relatively new platform.

The IndyCar Series will kick things off March 3rd 2021 at Homestead Miami Speedway. Broadcast times will begin at 9:35 PM CST. For further information on the Lionheart Racing Series and its 2021 Schedule visit For more information on RaceSpot TV visit For more information on ESTV visit

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