Feel the speed as you are rushing down the ice track!

The Empire of Sports bobsleigh is designed to bring you maximum realism, where the slightest touch on the side will make you lose precious seconds. Be precise, be accurate, but more importante, be fast! Compete on famous tracks such as Lake Placid or Cortina! Throw yourself on the ice in a Skeleton, a two men or a four men bobsleigh! Will you make it down in one piece?


Quick start tips

Where is the Bobsleigh track?

The Bobsleigh track can be accessed to by the Winter Sports Alley, north of the Main Square.


Where can I get bobsleigh equipment?

You can purchase equipment specific to Bobsleigh, in the Bobsleigh Shop. There are two shops, one of them is in the Shopping Street west of the Main Square, and the other is on the east side of the Winter Sports Alley.


Bobsleigh Basics

Bobsleigh in Empire of Sports has been developed with a focus on high realism. All the available bobsleigh tracks are virtual reconstructions of actual real tracks. There are currently 3 game modes in bobsleigh: Skeleton, 2-Crew, and 4-Crew. While in skeleton you’re limited on shifting your weight in order to be as fast as possible, a team bob event requires every athlete to fulfill his own important responsibility.While steering and breaking has been solved on an established way (arrow keys or W,A,S,D), launching and balancing must be handled by succeession of various reactions all along the race.



An on-screen prompt will indicate which keys to bash in order to fill the power gauge. You need to reach at least 50%


Once the launch sequence is finished, a new gauge will appear. You must hit [SPACE] before the ball enters the red area. The closer you are from the red area, the better your jump will be.


To steer your sleigh, and avoid rubbing against the border, which would decrease your speed, use the left and right arrows.

Yellow and red indicators will inform you of your distance to the wall. Yellow indicates that you are close to the border, and the red indicates that you are touching the border.





During 2-crew or 4-crew combinations, crew members must balance their centre of gravity to assist the pilot.

Keep the ball in the middle of the balance bar, with the left and right arrows, to fill the balance gauge.


Bobsleigh Techniques

Launching: Reflects your launching strengt

Stability: Reflects your ability to keep your bob stable

Steering: Reflects your ability to steer during teh race


Rank Bobsleigh