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Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft
Release Date: July 1, 2020

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'Trackmania' Grand League Spring 2022 Season Begins This Weekend - Trailer

by Rainier on March 2, 2022 @ 2:01 p.m. PST

The Trackmania Nations Remake combines easy-to-learn, hard-to-master gameplay style with a fresh look and creative direction.

Trackmania is the biggest and most compelling remake of the legendary racing game, TrackMania Nations. Trackmania combines easy-to-learn yet hard-to-master gameplay with a large variety of tracks, regular seasons, live events and customization options.

Royal mode is an exhilarating and fun new 60-player game mode where players can team up with two friends to compete against other teams in a pool of 20 randomized challenging maps including one new map every day. In Royal mode, players must channel their wacky nature to overcome courses filled with animated obstacles and wild water features leading to treacherous twists and turns.

Starting with 20 teams, four teams are eliminated each round until a champion team emerges. Each game will last a maximum of 15 minutes across the five rounds for the best teams.

Ubisoft announced that the 2022 Trackmania Grand League (TMGL) Spring season will kick off on March 6. After claiming the title of Fall 2021 Champion last year, Pac and MNM Gaming will be putting their title on the line as the top 16 players around the world gather to compete online every Sunday from March 6 to April 10. The Final will take place on April 24 and crown the TMGL Spring 2022 Champion.

Since the game’s very first competitions in 2006, Trackmania has been growing over the years and building a thriving competitive ecosystem for both highly skilled professional players and the community at large, reaching over 1 million hours watched worldwide on Twitch throughout the 2020-2021 season of the Trackmania Grand League.

Building upon last year's learnings and successes, Ubisoft is kicking off the Trackmania Grand League 2022 season with an improved and even more dynamic competitive format, and a robust and accessible esports circuit for fans and professional players to enjoy. During the regular season, players will compete every Sunday in a 1v1v1v1 format and play 5 matches per playday. Each player will be ranked at the end of each match based on their performance and move on to the next match against equally ranked players from the other matches. After the last playday of the Spring season, the top 8 ranked players will qualify for the Final, while the runners up will fight for the last remaining spot for the Final during the Final Chance qualifier.

The TMGL will run at the following dates, with each Championship Week starting at 8PM CET:

  • Championship Week 1: Sunday, March 6.
  • Championship Week 2: Sunday, March 13.
  • Championship Week 3: Sunday, March 20.
  • Championship Week 4: Sunday, March 27.
  • Championship Week 5: Sunday, April 3.
  • Championship Week 6: Sunday, April 10.
  • The Final Chance: Sunday, April 17.
  • The Final: Sunday, April 24.

As for previous editions, fans can tune in on the streams set up by their favorite competing teams to watch and support their favorite players race every week:

  • Affi (Team BDS)
  • Aurel (
  • Binkss (IziDream)
  • bren (Karmine Corp)
  • CarlJr. (Solary)
  • GranaDy (Alternate aTTaX)
  • Gwen (GameWard)
  • Kappa (Organization to be announced soon)
  • Massa (BIG)
  • mime (Orgless)
  • Mudda (Edelweiss)
  • Otaaaq (Lille Esport)
  • Pac (MNM Gaming)
  • Papou (GamersOrigin)
  • Scrapie (Sprout)
  • Spam (Alliance)

Fostering a true “Zero to Hero” philosophy, where players embark on a path to pro from the ground up with hopes of reaching the biggest competitions, the Trackmania Grand League will also feature two other competitions running in parallel of the main circuit.

The Trackmania Grand League Challenger: on the same dates as the Trackmania Grand League, 16 contenders will race to the finish line in the Trackmania Grand League Challenger, following the same format as the main competition, looking to qualify for the next season of Trackmania Grand League.

The Trackmania Grand League Open:  at the same time, players interested in competitive play can also start their esports journey on Trackmania by signing up to the 4 open qualifiers of the Trackmania Grand League. The top 4 players from each Qualifier will compete in the TMGL: Open Final, for a chance to accede to the next TMGL: Challenger. The 4 open qualifiers will be held on:

  • Open Qualifier 1: Saturday, March 12th
  • Open Qualifier 2: Saturday, March 19th
  • Open Qualifier 3: Saturday, March 26th
  • Open Qualifier 4: Saturday, April 2nd

More details on the Trackmania Grand League, including details on the format, participating teams, where to watch, and the full competitive circuit are available on the website.

The new Royal mode will allow players to engage in a daily competitive feature called Super Royal, where players will have the opportunity to race amongst the best players and become the Super Royal team champion.

Players can also generate their own Royal party code to create a private server, where they can continue the fun with their friends and communities in personalized matches.

This new upgrade also includes new physics and mapping innovations, like water blocks and plastic blocks, as well as animated and dynamic items, giving more opportunities to build and enjoy incredible tracks.

Also featured is an all-new Ranked Matchmaking mode, where players can link up in teams of three and take on a field of competitors to climb the in-game ranking divisions.

Trackmania is available on the Epic Games Store and the Ubisoft Store, available for free with Starter Access, $9.99 with Standard Access and $29.99 with Club Access.

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