League Screen (1)
Introduced in the Autumn 2016 Update, the league system, also called 'Multiplayer 2.0' supplants the pre-existing format as a multiplayer version of Enduro Double Down Challenges.


Both play modes are very similar as ranked races require tickets in order to participate. Each race will have a goal that has to be fulfilled to earn points. Once the objective has been met, players are given the same options of either saving the points, continue unsaved but with a next race bonus or pay a tokens fee for both. Each season lasts for 28 days with each league having its own prize kit.

There are 5 leagues in total, each with its own rating requirements

  • Amateur league: Every player starts each season in this league
  • Challenger league: Reach a rating of 1,250
  • Pro League: Reach a rating of 1,600
  • Champion League: Reach a rating of 2,000
  • Elite League: Reach the top 100 in the global leaderboard

Featured Cars

Each League season has 4 featured cars that grants a 25% points bonus for each completed task and races won. A new set is used every 7 days for a total of 4 sets with 16 featured cars per season.


Similar to Enduro Double Down Challenges, saving points will award the player with rewards. For a comprehensive list, see its subpage.

Video tutorial

Update Trailer - Discover Multiplayer Seasons & Leagues!

Update Trailer - Discover Multiplayer Seasons & Leagues!

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