Rocket League is a video game that pits gamers against each other. You can now place bets on the outcome of a Rocket League match. It’s exactly like placing a wager on a traditional sports match since you’ll find a ‘head-to-head’ market that displays the odds of each team winning. Your job is to predict the winner and hopefully do it correctly.
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When you think about video games, some of the most popular include soccer and car racing. Imagine a world where you have incredible cars playing soccer. Essentially, that’s what Rocket League is about. Psyonix developed and published the game which they first released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 back in 2015. In September 2020, the game became free-to-play across all platforms.
The game is basically soccer that involves rocket-powered cars with eight players in two teams. The primary aim of the cars is to move the ball around and try to score a goal by getting the ball in the opponent’s net. The graphics and gameplay of Rocket League have earned praise around the world which is evident in the number of awards it has won. At the start of 2018, over 40 million players were playing the game worldwide.
Psyonix witnessed the popularity of some matches taking place on Twitch so they started the Rocket League Championship Series in 2016, which had a prize pool of $55,000. Soon after, Rocket League became part of the Electronic Sports League. Various tournaments have occurred throughout the world, with the finals being streamed on television. NRG Esports defeated Gale Force Esports to win their first live Rocket League Championship.
Rocket League Championship Series X, where regular gamers have the opportunity to play and work their way up the leader board. The process begins with open qualifiers going on to the regional event, where teams start earning points. The best teams on the leader board can secure an invite to the majors or World Championship. The season is split into three parts - Autumn, Spring and Winter. Each section has specific formats that guarantee more matches and action.
The alternative is the Rocket League Championship Series: The Grid. This competition involves 16 teams from North America and Europe playing in a closed-circuit tournament. After each split, the top team enters the major while the rest will have to compete in an open qualifier to retain their spot.
Since 2016, the finals of the tournament have been held in cities across the world including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, London, and Amsterdam to mention a few. Past winners of the competition were iBUYPOWER Cosmic, NRG Esports, Renault Vitality, Flipside Tactics, Northern Gaming, Gale Force Esports, Dignitas and Cloud9.
The prize pool for this year’s championship is at $1,000,000. This amount is divided amongst the regions as:
This year’s European champions were Team Vitality who beat the dominant Team BDS to the crown. NRG Esports won the North America section by defeating Spacestation Gaming. The Oceanic region saw Ground Zero Gaming claim number one spot while True Neutral finished at the top of the South American region.
Simply log in to your account and deposit funds. Click on Esports and then Rocket League. You’ll find a range of fixtures with odds alongside them. Use your knowledge of esports to place wagers on the outcome of a particular match.
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