After 4 Renegade Cup monthlies, the finals have arrived. Europe begins today and runs through Sunday. North America takes place the weekend after DreamHack Leipzig, February 22nd-24th. Liefx, Vodible, Squidd, and Lethamyr are casting the finals.
Collegiate Rocket League returns with a $50,000 prize pool and its first even Spring Season. For each of the 4 conferences, 8 Season 2 League Play teams and 8 qualifier teams are invited to the Conference Championship. Any Season 2 teams that do not retain 50% of their roster are replaced with a qualifier team.
epic.LAN is hosting a 3s LAN event in Kettering, England this weekend. Learn more...
The collegiate CStarLeague Spring Season is in Week 5 of group play. Learn more....
- A Story about Speed
- Collegiate Rocket League's First Spring Season
- Community Spotlight: epic.LAN 26 Preview
- Community Spotlight: Telenorligaen Spring 2019
- Dignitas’ new player Yukeo says leaving Miztik and Kuxir “was a very difficult decision”
- DreamHack Leipzig: The most stacked Rocket League event ever
- EU Renegade Cup Finals: Teams to Watch
- G2’s JKnaps: “We feel so good as a team right now”
- Five Early Predicitons for Season 7
- Nius Cup Season 2 Review
- Pro-File: SquishyMuffinz
- Celebrating 10 Years of Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars
- Compadres drop Moses, Rapid joins
- Paschy returns, teams with Killerno7
- Speed leaves Triple Trouble
- 5 Reasons 2019 Will be the Biggest Year EVER for Rocket Leauge Esports
- Aftershock: Ep. 19
- Asap Weekly: Ep. 5
- Unrivaled: Ep. 2
Check out the esports subreddit resource list for information on the competitive Rocket League scene.
Follow @JasherIO for the latest updates on This Week in Rocket League!