Tony Stewart Teams Up with Veteran Game Developer to Create His First Sprint Car Game

Monster Games, the former developer of the NASCAR Heat series of video games, today announced a new partnership with Tony Stewart and All Star Enterprises, LLC to bring the thrill of sprint car racing to the PlayStation®4 and Xbox One on February 14th, 2020. Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing will be available for digital download on both platforms for $29.99, and will feature Tony Stewart, a 3 time NASCAR Cup Series Champion and 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductee along with defending Series Champion Aaron Reutzel competing in the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions Presented By Mobil 1.

“I’m really excited to partner with Monster Games on this opportunity. The team has done a great job of capturing the sport, and putting it in the hands of any fan who wants to pick up the game and have a lot of fun playing it,” said Tony Stewart, Owner of the All Star Circuit of Champions. “With the quick-hitting action of sprint car racing, the qualifying, the heat races, and all events leading to the A-main, it’s really the perfect experience for a video game and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

The game will feature 410 Winged Sprint Cars and TQ Midgets from the All Star Circuit of Champions, as well as 305 Wingless Sprint Cars. Career mode will allow fans to work their way up through the ranks of each series, racing on 24 unique dirt tracks along the way. Or, you can battle it out in the 25-player online races for a chance to take over the top spot on the leaderboards, and secure the ultimate bragging rights with your friends. I can still remember popping Nascar Rumble into my dingy, gray PlayStation 1 and having a blast, not thinking twice about the poor, pixelated graphics. Speaking of which, if you have a copy of Nascar Rumble, visit The Old School Game Vault as you may be able to get a good price for it.

“We wanted to create something for our fans that was really unique, and after seeing the popularity of dirt racing in our previous games, the direction we wanted to go was pretty clear,” said Rich Garcia, President of Monster Games. “Nothing compares to the excitement level at the local dirt tracks on a Friday or Saturday night, and that’s what we really wanted to capture.”

Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing will be available for digital download on the PlayStation®4, and Xbox One on February 14, 2020. For more information visit and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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