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Drone Racing League Confirms Launch of Mobile Game

"Drone Racing Arcade by DRL” is the latest collaboration from the Drone Racing League (DRL), working with mobile games developer Skillz to bring drone racing to people everywhere.

Now available on both Android and iOS, the “Drone Racing Arcade by DRL” offers fans of the sport and new arrivals to the brand the chance to immerse themselves in fast-paced races and tournaments. 

“The Drone Racing League is a sport for everyone, intersecting technology, sports and entertainment,” says Anne Marie Gianutsos, chief marketing officer, Drone Racing League. “Our Drone Racing Arcade game is the ultimate first foray into flying drones on mobile, giving players a fun, free and easy way to experience the thrill of drone racing.”  

“Drone racing is one of the fastest growing action sports of our era – so it’s a thrill to announce the Drone Racing League is teaming up with Skillz for their expansion into competitive mobile gaming,” says Andrew Paradise, chief executive officer, founder, Skillz. “Pushing the limits of innovation, competition and fun, we’re delighted to welcome players into the world of drone racing, giving DRL’s millions of fans a new reason to thrill-seek through high-flying Skillz-powered mobile tournaments.” 

Debuting during the 2021-22 DRL World Championship Season, combining esports and live-action drone racing across arenas in Memphis and Las Vegas, the new arcade game is sure to bring new players to the world of drone racing and new fans to the brand.  



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