Justin Mifsud, Co-Founder and CEO at professional sim racing company World Pro Racing took to social media to look back at an important milestone in the company’s relatively short history.

“Three years ago, we hosted our first sim racing tournament in Malta. It was the beginning of a tough journey which led us to where we are today,” he wrote.

Founded in June 2018, World Pro Racing organises international championships which target serious drivers looking to make waves.

After founding the company, Mr Mifsud had initially taken on the role of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) – a position which he held for just under three years. Last February, however, Mr Mifsud was appointed CEO.

Prior to launching World Pro Racing, Mr Mifsud worked mainly in tech, having spent 12 years teaching various IT subjects as well as founded motorsport news outlet motorsportmalta.com.

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