Quick Match

*The online services for “Gran Turismo 6” have been terminated. This function can no longer be used in-game.

Quick Match is a simple online racing mode that lets you take part in events with pre-determined regulations. When each individual event is entered, player matching takes place automatically, followed by the race itself. In order to enjoy Quick Match events, you will need to be signed in to PlayStation®Network.

Event Selection Screen

Select "Quick Match" from My Home, and the Event Selection Screen will be displayed. Please select which event you'd like to enter. Up to five events are available at any time, and events are updated on a regular basis.

The following information is displayed on the Event Selection Screen:

Event Title
Event Description (*Not displayed for all events.)
No. of Laps ("WORLD" indicates a World Event.)
Car Icon (If the event makes use of courtesy cars.)
Max. No. of Participants
No. of Times the Event is Held
Popularity (The more white icons that are displayed, the more players are interested in the event.)
Car Icon (If the event requires you to drive your current car, this icon is displayed if it meets the event criteria.)
Car Icon (If the event requires you to drive your current car, this icon is displayed if it does not meet the event criteria.)

Car Selection


Select an event which makes use of courtesy cars, and you'll proceed to the Car Selection Screen. Select "Use a Courtesy Car" from the middle of the screen, and select a car to drive. You will automatically enter the event as soon as you have selected a car.

If the event is one in which you drive your current car, this process is skipped, and you will be taken to the Regulation Screen. Select "Enter" to enter the event.

Matching Screen


Once you've selected an event and a car, you'll proceed to the Matching Screen. If the event is not a world event, matching will take place on a regional basis. The region in which you will be matched is determined by the region of your Gran Turismo 6 game disc. The regions are as follows:

  • Asia: Players using the Japanese and Asian versions.
  • America: Players using the US and Latin American versions.
  • Europe: Players using the UK and European versions.

Your matching region will be displayed as part of the regulations, displayed at the bottom-right of the Car Selection Screen and the Regulation Screen.

If players who have entered the event before you are already racing, you'll need to wait for the race to finish before matching can take place. You can watch the race as it happens. During matching, you can drive around the course to warm up. Once matching is complete, the member list will be displayed, along with the time remaining before the race starts.

Before, During, and After the Race


The starting grid is decided before the race starts. Once that is done, a countdown will take place, followed by the race itself. Once the top players have finished, or a certain amount of time has passed, the race will end, the results will be displayed, and you'll return to the Matching Screen. Select "Exit" to end Quick Match mode. As long as there are two or more players still remaining in the event, matching will take place again, followed by the race itself.

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