Britain's Alex Yee, centre, finished second in Singapore to claim the overall Arena Games Triathlon title ©Super League Triathlon

Britons Beth Potter and Alex Yee were crowned the first esports triathlon world champions at the Arena Games Triathlon Grand Final in Singapore.

Hungary's Zsanett Bragmayer was winner of the women's race at Marina Bay in Singapore, but it was second-placed Potter who clinched the overall title.

Potter triumphed in the first stage consisting of an open-water swim of 200 metres, 4 kilometres on a smart trainer bike and 1km self-powered curved treadmill run, before Bragmayer came out on top in the second.

The third stage went down to the final 500m of the run, with Bragmayer securing an impressive victory by four seconds over Potter.

Bragmayer finished in 40min 33sec, with Potter clocking 40:37.

Britain's Georgia Taylor-Brown was third in 41:08, with her compatriot Sian Rainsley placing fourth in 41:15.

Potter finished the Arena Games Triathlon season on 713 points, with Bragmayer second on 645 and Taylor-Brown third with 628.

Tokyo 2020 individual silver medallist and mixed relay gold medallist Yee finished second behind New Zealand's Hayden Wilde in Singapore, but that was enough to claim the overall title.

Olympic bronze medallist Wilde dominated the Singapore event and triumphed in 36:33, with Yee clocking 36:42 in second and Justus Nieschlag of Germany finishing third in 37:02.

Yee finished the season with a winning 694 points, with Nieschlag second on 678 and Frenchman Aurelien Raphael third on 563.

The Arena Games Triathlon series was developed by Super League Triathlon during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a partnership with World Triathlon means the overall winners this year have been billed the first-ever esports triathlon world champions.