CHARLOTTE, N.C. (April 14, 2020) – Podium eSports has announced an agreement with the Sim500 eSports Racing League to broadcast the remainder of the 2020 Sim500 Transervice Cup Series season, beginning with the April 20 race at Richmond Raceway. Broadcasts of the Sim500 Transervice Cup Series will air on Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET on the Podium eSports Twitch channel.

Sim500 is the largest fixed-setup stock car league in iRacing, and their Transervice Cup Series is the most competitive and highest-profile of the eight series they offer to iRacing members. The series runs on Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET and mirrors the NASCAR Cup Series schedule with races of 50% length and an identical points system.

“We have wanted to work with Sim500 for some time now, and are incredibly excited to bring their premier series to,” said Podium eSports CEO James Pike. “The Sim500 Transervice Cup Series is a mainstay amongst fixed-setup Cup-style leagues on iRacing, and its drivers have long histories in the sim. We are eager to tell their stories and bring Sim500 to the iRacing community.”

“This new partnership with Podium eSports represents all the hard work of our admin team, sponsors, and members here at Sim500,” said Sim500 owner Joey Gattina. “We are very proud to now call Podium the home of the Transervice Cup Series now and into the future.”

All Sim500 Transervice Cup Series events will be broadcast on Podium eSports’ Twitch channel, which can be found at For more information on Sim500, visit

About Podium eSports
Podium eSports, home of the best broadcasts in sim racing, launched in January 2019. Podium eSports uses the Motorsports Simulation to deliver the most entertaining broadcasts on the service. In its first year, Podium eSports earned over 40,000 views from 300+ hours of content. Podium eSports is partnered with the Sim 500 eSports Racing League, NASCAR XFINITY Series driver Anthony Alfredo, the CARS Tour and the Porsche Club of America. Podium eSports races are broadcast live on the Podium eSports Twitch Channel, which can be found at For more information, visit

2020 Sim500 Transervice Cup Series Schedule  

February 3Clash at Daytona International Speedway40E.J. O’Rourke
February 10Duel No. 1 at Daytona International Speedway30Bryan Boris Cook
February 10Duel No. 2 at Daytona International Speedway30Shane Ewing
February 17Daytona 300 at Daytona International Speedway124Glenn Campbell
February 24Las Vegas Motor Speedway135Justin Fuller
March 2Auto Club Speedway100Nicholas Kohan
March 9Phoenix Raceway159Brian Macklin
March 16Atlanta Motor Speedway140Anthony DeBaro
March 23Homestead-Miami Speedway134Adam Gilliland
March 30Texas Motor Speedway152Trey Eidson
April 6Bristol Motor Speedway200Daniel Faulkingham
April 20Richmond Raceway200
April 27Talladega Superspeedway94
May 4Dover International Speedway200
May 11Martinsville Speedway250
May 18Charlotte Motor Speedway200
June 1Kansas Speedway134
June 8Michigan International Speedway100
June 15Sonoma Raceway50
June 22Chicagoland Speedway134
June 29Race No. 2 at Pocono Raceway30
June 29Race No. 2 at Pocono Raceway30
July 6Indianapolis Motor Speedway80
July 13Kentucky Speedway134
July 20New Hampshire Motor Speedway150
July 27Sim500 All-Star at Charlotte Motor Speedway100
August 3Michigan International Speedway100
August 10Watkins Glen International50
August 17Dover International Speedway200
August 24Daytona International Speedway100
August 31(Round of 16) Darlington Raceway165
September 14(Round of 16) Richmond Raceway200
September 21(Round of 16) Bristol Motor Speedway250
September 28(Round of 12) Las Vegas Motor Speedway134
October 5(Round of 12) Talladega Superspeedway94
October 12(Round of 12) Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval50
October 19(Round of 8) Kansas Speedway134
October 26(Round of 8) Texas Motor Speedway150
November 2(Round of 8) Martinsville Speedway250
November 9(Championship) Phoenix Raceway156