Ladies and Gentleman, start your engines and gather your friends for another round of the RLCS! Registration for Season 4 is now open!
Follow this link directly to be taken to the details page for the RLCS and sign your team for the Open Qualifiers! It’s important to remember the following dates when the Open Qualifiers take place:
North America – 8/12, 19, 22 & 26 – Europe – 8/13, 20, 23 & 27
Note: Registration will close on August 8th at 11:59:59 pm PT! So if you’re not in a team today, you still have some time to gather friends, or make new ones before the RLCS begins. Let the Roster Mania begin!
Start your engines and rejoice for an awesome weekend of Rocket League!
Starting July 6 until Monday 10 July you will have the chance to pick up more items/crates post match! All this to celebrate 2 years of Rocket League. But that’s not all!
But that’s not all we wanted to do for our second anniversary, which is why we’re happy to announce our first-ever Rocket League Double Drop-Rate Weekend! Starting right now (July 6) through Monday, July 10 at 5pm GMT, all uncommon (or greater) free customization items and active Crates will drop more frequently post-match. What’s more, your chances of earning a Painted version of an item (in or out of a Crate) are doubled during the promotional period. — Rocket League
You will also have the chance to get a painted item from a crate (possibly Overdrive) which will increase your value and trade it on the Rocket League Exchange! More reason to play these couple of days, don’t you think?
Zentox made it into League Play with a non-EU player in it’s team. That’s not how it works. @RLCS disqualified the team for this reason.
Red Eye, Leaf eSports, Copenhagen Flames and Penta now have a change to make League Play. To get there they will have to play a Tiebreaker Playoff.
Round up your buddy’s and make that dream come true. You have until the 20th of February to register for this year’s RLCS.
Smart thing to be doing right now is to at least have a sub in your team. You never know if problems come up. We still remember how it went with Vogan and his team last year.
Good luck and have fun!
RLCS Seasons are not enough. Increased prize pool and more tournaments across the world for players to enjoy. Sony has it as their motto. Rocket League is actually doing it: For the Players
Rocket League is a game for everyone. So anyone can jump in with their friends and just have a good time. Thanks to crate and key system implemented within Rocket League. A large prize pool has been funded. So the WHOLE community can enjoy from official licensed tournaments by Rocket League.
And this is how Rocket League is going to make 2017 great, again.
WHAT WE’RE GOING TO DO
In 2017, we are investing more than $2.5 million dollars into Rocket League Esports. This investment means that players all over the world can expect to see a number of significant changes to our competitive ecosystem, including:
- More than $1 Million in total prize pools (including RLCS)
- Bigger, more meaningful appearances at multiple major competitive gaming festivals
- Onsite events at major gaming conventions, including PAX, SXSW, and more
- Extensive funding for community-run tournaments
- Expanded weekly tournament support in multiple regions, including Europe, North America, Oceania, South America, and more
- A true collegiate Rocket League Esports program
- A new series of tournaments for the Xbox community
- An all-new weekly talk show on Twitch that covers all things ‘RLCS’
- A robust new esports hub on the Rocket League website
- Ongoing charity tournaments
- Numerous in-game esports features and enhancements
Full rundown: Rocket League
It’s time to prep your team for another round of RLCS! This time Oceania is the new addition to RLCS. RLCS will hand out over $300.000 dollar this upcoming RLCS Season.
Registration for the Open Qualifiers will start on 9. February on the official RLCS website. For players from the Oceanic the registration will be different. More on that soon. For the full rundown on what’s to come visit the RocketLeague.com website. And one last thing:
Be sure to check back tomorrow for even more exciting information regarding Rocket League Esports in 2017 and how it will expand beyond the RLCS. See you then.
The Winter Classic has always been something special. The first one was a legendary one. Commentated by Shalthis and with help with other beginning casters. The Winter Classic was a stepping stone. This Winterclassic however was something different. It was the Classic for Shalthis. For the man who saw potential for himself and other as a caster. For a man that wanted us to know about Rocket League. That Shalthis needed our help to get home. And boy, we made it rain!
Known Rocket League players both from NA and EU competed in special regional competitions, casted by casters who owe a lot to Shalthis. And not to mention a great halftime show! It made this evening memorable. And showed that for a good cause this community can come together. But we aren’t there yet! Sure, the amount of yesterday’s event helped Shalthis and his family a lot. But there is still money to be needed!
So if you can spare a dime? Help Shalthis get home by going to this GoFundMe and make his dream come true. To get home. To be closer to his family and friends. For Shalthis! If you want to know more about Shalthis and what he has done for the Rocket League community so far, visit his own webpage!
Huge thanks to RocketLeagueXL/Staff, Psyonix, NZXT, SnKeSports, designers, casters, players and people in the Twitch chat for making this a night to remember!