The Rally Monte Carlo includes the 5.33Km Luceram – Col St Roch and 18.7Km Aspres Les Corps – Chaillol stages, these will remain open for competitors between January 25-28. Players will then have the opportunity to compete in a further twelve rounds before the eSports WRC concludes at Finland in late July.
Naturally, you'll earn points based on your finishing positions. Your best ten results are tallied at the end of the season (which consists of thirteen rounds). The eight best drivers will then compete in the grand finals which takes place at an undisclosed date.
Furthermore, this year's competition sees the addition of a brand new team championship. Starting from Rally Sweden on February 15, the best drivers will score points for their team in a bid to become the first eSports WRC team champion.
You can view the full calendar for the drivers' eSport WRC 2018 competition below.