The conclusion of the 2019 eSailing World Championship is due to be reached in Bermuda alongside the World Sailing Annual Conference currently taking place there.
The top eight eSailors will battle it out to be crowned the new winner at Championship Final on Tuesday (October 29) at the Southampton Fairmont Hotel.
It follows an extensive series that began in January.
A group of five different nations will compete in the Final with Australia and the Netherlands represented live for the first time.
The first spot in the final was awarded to HAVUC from Turkey who currently holds 905 points in the worldwide ranking.
Joining him are Bart Lambriex from The Netherlands, asere, LaMerNoire and L1 from France, Velista71 and SNPJ Luca 56124 from Italy and 1stloser from Australia.
At the inaugural eSailing World Championship Final in 2018, France's L1 was crowned the champion in a winner-takes-all final race.
L1 returns to defend the title as the fifth-ranked player in the world.
Compatriot LaMerNoire is ranked first.
The eight finalists are due to complete six preliminary races in different boats and locations.
A seventh race will be held in the live show, held in the Olympic skiff, the 49er, where San Francisco will be the virtual host.
Following this the top six competitors will advance to the double-points final which will be held in F50 boats in Sydney.
Whoever comes out on top across the series will be crowned the 2019 champion, receiving a first prize of $10,000 provided by Virtual Regatta.
The eSailing World Championship Trophy will then presented as part of the World Sailing Awards evening due to take place later that evening.