Facebook Qualifier Launched for European GT Academy 2014

GT Academy 44 May 22, 2014 by
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If you’re in an eligible European country, there’s a new way to qualify for GT Academy 2014, and you don’t even need a PlayStation 3 or a copy of GT6 – just a Facebook account!

Called the “GT Academy Challenge”, the Facebook app invites you to “drive” a Nissan GT-R in a series of mini-games playable in your web browser. Your final score is based on your reaction time in an upshifting challenge, braking challenge, slalom course, and a driving course.

The player with the highest score from each country will be invited to a special GT6-based, live qualification event, where “those who perform best” can earn a spot in the national finals of their respective countries.

Check out the game here to get started, and good luck…

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