RLCS Season 5 Announced

RLCS Season 5 Announced

  • Season 5 begins with Open Qualifiers in February.
  • Registration opened yesterday and closes February 14th.
  • The Season 5 prize pool is the largest ever for a competitive Rocket League event, up from $400,000 to $550,000.
  • Rosters are locked February 9th for RLCS and February 14th for RLRS.
  • RLCS / RLRS teams maintain their spots by keeping 2 players that played 4 of 7 League Play matches the previous season.
  • Rules and rule changes.
  • Psyonix introduced a new website for Rocket League Esports.
  • Psyonix are now the primary managers and operators of RLCS.

DreamHack Leipzig

DreamHack Leipzig begins Friday and runs through Sunday night in Leipzig, Germany. It is the 1st major international tournament of 2018 and features the most competitive field of teams since DreamHack Atlanta 2017.

Schedule: Link
Brackets: Link
Survival Guide: Link

Competitive Season 7

Season 6 of competitive matchmaking will end and Season 7 will begin in the first half of February. With the transition to the new season, players will receive a set of wheels according to their reward level. [Read more...] (https://www.rocketleague.com/news/competitive-season-7-starts-in-february/)


Ting Open

Fnatic and EnVyUs claimed spots for Ting Open Grand Finals after finishing 1st and 2nd respectively in the 3rd Ting Open Qualifier. The 4th and final qualifier will take place 7 PM GMT next Tuesday. Expect to see more of Europe's best turn out to claim the final 2 spots to the Ting Open Grand Finals.


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