Project Gotham Racing developer Bizarre Creations has announced plans to get your motor running with an extensive range of online tournaments for Xbox 360 launch title PGR3.

According to the studio's official website, there will be "A big mix of tournaments, ranging from events where tens of thousands can qualify down to elite events where only the top 32 best qualifiers get through to the knockout stage."

You'll be able to watch the grand finals on Gotham TV, Bizarre's new Xbox Live broadcast channel - read all about it here. The overall winner will earn the title of ultimate Gotham Hero, and maybe even a proper prize.

And this is just the start, apparently - "a couple of REALLY important announcements" are still to come, according to Bizarre. In the meantime, you can read all about the PGR3 online tournament plans here.

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