Accessible yet realistic mobile racer from Slightly Mad Studios and GAMEVIL is open for pre-registration and can be pre-downloaded ahead of launch date


LOS ANGELES – Feb. 12, 2021 – Project CARS GO (POGO), the mobile racing experience combining casual gameplay with high-fidelity graphics, is speeding into players’ pockets for free on Tuesday, March 23 for iOS and Android. Mobile developer and publisher GAMEVIL and Slightly Mad Studios’ latest mobile “One Touch” racing game is open now for pre-registration and can be pre-downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Players who pre-register before launch receive 100 Diamonds, POGO‘s in-game currency.

POGO is an accessible mobile racing game that brings real-world vehicles and tracks to the casual gamer. The simple seat-of-your-pants One Touch racing mechanic is built for high-speed racing thrills on the go with realistic graphics and high-quality sound effects. Designed for motorhead grease monkeys and casual gamers alike, POGO will allow users to personalize and tune cars through easy-to-use comprehensive customization options. Options include various paints, patterns and liveries, alongside parts and upgrades, all of which can be added to the licensed vehicles in the game.

Project CARS GO is a balanced mobile racing game which appeals to both die-hard racing fans and the casual mobile gaming audience,” said Kyu Lee, President at GAMEVIL COM2US USA. “The streamlined One Touch gameplay combined with real-life racetracks, cars and physics offers a unique mobile racing experience. Alongside the racing experts at Slightly Mad Studios, we have entered the final stretch for Project CARS GO. We can’t wait to share the final product come March.”

Players can accumulate and expand their automobile collection from real-world cars and brands ranging from historic racing pedigrees to futuristic concept models. Vehicle classes such as GT3, Open-Wheel, Prototype, Road and more are available to test skills on real-life racetracks and drag strips including:

  • Race-tracks – Brands Hatch, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and more
  • Drag race locations – Las Vegas, Long Beach, Singapore, and more

The pick-up-and-go mobile racer also includes various game modes to test the player’s driving abilities on the track. Modes include World tour, Daily & Manufacturer Invitationals, Time Trails and more, offering countless hours of fun yet exhilarating gameplay.


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GAMEVIL has published games optimized for mobile devices enjoyed by over 115 million players since 2000. GAMEVIL is an experienced global mobile game developer and publisher, having worked with more than 70 top studios around the world. With offices in Los Angeles, Berlin, Tokyo, Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Taipei, Hanoi, Jakarta, and headquartered in Seoul, GAMEVIL has been able to craft numerous award-winning games with a diverse background through a deep understanding of the industry and regional knowledge.  GAMEVIL continues to lead the sector with a commitment to establishing mobile gaming as a way of life. Follow GAMEVIL on Twitter at @GAMEVIL and “Like” GAMEVIL on Facebook at For more information, visit

About Project CARS GO:

Project CARS GO is a mobile racing game that takes all of the difficult elements of racing and simplifies them for all users while maintaining an aspect of realism. With real-to-life tracks and licensed officially licensed race cars, Project CARS GO becomes a fun, casual racing experience that connects casual fans with varying degrees of interest in motor sports.


About Slightly Mad Studios:

Slightly Mad Studios is the team behind the critically acclaimed GTR® series, Need For Speed® Shift™ & Shift 2 Unleashed® & the Project CARS Franchise. It has over 10 years of pedigree in racing games, and Project CARS represents the culmination of all that experience and heritage.

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