In 2019 season, in cooperation with the Lithuanian Automobile Sport Federation (LASF), the virtual Lithuanian Rally Championship e-LARC was launched, with Skuba becoming the title partner. This was a very important step in terms of electronic sports recognition as it was the world’s first national open rally e-championship
In the debut of official championship, 292 participants from more than 25 countries competed in nine classifications. Like the Lithuanian Automobile Rally Championship (LARC), e-LARC consisted of six events, dedicated for Utena, Kelmė, Mikolajki (Poland), Elektrėnai, Rokiškis and Druskininkai. Every event started more than a week before, and for the convenience of the participants, they had six days to record the result.