The eSail GP Championship is set to return for 2021 as it hopes to build on its inaugural season where more than 146,000 unique players competed with an eye on making the end-of-season finals.
Frenchman Jean-Claude Goudon was crowned Virtual Vendée Globe champion after coming out on top in a race that went down to the wire.
Spanish Olympian Joan Cardona secured the eSailing World Championship title after a dramatic final day of racing.
Britain have been crowned champions of the first eSailing Nations Cup after defeating Spain in the final.
World Sailing's eSailing World Championship Final and the eSailing Nations Cup Final is set to be broadcast live on the Olympic Channel and on World Sailing's channels over the next two days, as the virtual season comes to a close.
Nine players will contest the 2020 eSailing World Championship final having emerged from a field of 820 during a four-day play-offs event.
The eSailing World Championship playoffs are due to begin tomorrow, with the competition set to whittle down 1,000 contestants ahead of the final stages of the season.
World Sailing has announced that Mount Gay, the world's oldest rum distillery, has agreed a deal to become its official eSailing partner.
The eSailing season is due to end on November 7 with a double-whammy of races – the finals of the eSailing World Championship and the eSailing Nations Cup.
Britain's Mike O'Donovan has been crowned as the champion of the inaugural eSailGP Championship.
The Medemblik Regatta and the Semaine Olympique Francaise have been announced as the latest Olympic sailing regattas to join the world of eSailing.
eSailors are now able to compete in virtual versions of Olympic class regattas thanks to a new partnership between World Sailing and Virtual Regatta.