‘Rocket League’ has an official championship – Engadget

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Rocket League is practically tailor-made for tournaments (it’s football/soccer with cars, after all), and Psyonix is determined to make the most of that fact. It’s teaming up with Twitch to launch the Rocket League Championship Series, an official 3-vs-3 competition with real-world stakes. The two are running 3-month seasons that will offer a $75,000 prize pool to the top players — peanuts next to some tourneys, but enough that it could be worth brushing up on your mid-air shots. Only PS4 and Windows PC players can qualify (at least at first) once the series begins this month, although every playoff match will be streamed over Twitch if you can’t join in with your Xbox One.

‘Rocket League’ has an official championship – Engadget

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