Strive Masiyiwa Ventures Into Online Gaming
Formula 1 is loads of fun, but did you know that it can be more fun and when you get more involved in the sport, from your sofa? These days, you can hold a good adventure in the palm of your hand.
Lewis Hamilton doesn’t imagine Mercedes to be able to maintain their qualifying superiority over Ferrari on race day in Bahrain.
Mercedes pair Valtteri Bottas and Hamilton were almost half a second clear of Sebastian Vettel in qualifying in the desert ,the biggest margin of the year with the world champions securing pole for all three 2017 races so far. Bottas became the fifth Finn and the 98th driver in F1 history to claim pole position when he narrowly edged out Hamilton in a dramatic finale to the qualifying hour.
Unquestionable, mobile games are not as mind blowing as their large-scale counterparts, but that doesn’t mean that they are not fantastically fun. Plus, your gaming superiority is not going to keep you entertained on your daily commute. Once you’re ready to embrace mobile gaming, we suggest starting with Dr Strive Masiyiwa’s new game titled Kwese Raceday .
Kwese Raceday is a Fantasy formula one racing game of skill in which the participants serve as the general managers of virtual professional gridiron football teams. The players select their team rosters by partaking in a draft with all players of a real racing teams are available. Points are based on the actual performances of the racers in real-world competition.
As well as playing against other Grand Prix fans from across the world, you can also setup your own leagues and you can invite friends and family to play in your mini championship.
What is lacking in Kwese Raceday, is budget to spend on cars and drivers and also the ability to get additional points by predicting Pole Position, the podium, fastest lap and more.
Kwese promises prices are going to be won at the season ends, but they have not yet stated the prices.