The Season 6 World Championship features a $1 million dollar prize pool, the largest in Rocket League history, making the city of lights a perfect setting for the premier event. The World Championship kicks off Friday in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Orleans Arena.
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The ELEAGUE Cup returns at the end of the month (Nov 30 - Dec 2) and features a format similar to the first event:
- 8 invited teams split into 2 pools of 4, double-elimination (previously round-robin)
- Top 2 teams from each pool advance to a single-elimination playoff bracket
Invited teams are to-be-announced. ELEAGUE invited the top 8 teams from the previous World Championship for the first event.
What else is happening in RLEsports?
- Akron, Arizona, North Texas, and Penn State qualified for the National Championship
- Hyper X Sponsors #LANVegas
- Esports items pilot program to debut before the next World Championship
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