Rocket League Tournaments

Biggest tournaments

The Rocket League eSports scene isn’t a very large one. Compared to the cornerstones of eSports like LoL or CS:GO, the Rocket League eSports scene is like a speck of dust. However, even this speck of dust has got a few large tournaments, that fit into the big leagues. With a steadily growing community and an ever growing competitive range, this eSports too, can give you the thrills and chills you’re looking for.

Dreamhack Series

DreamHack is the world’s largest computer festival, a local area network gathering with live concerts and competitions in digital art and gaming. It is arranged twice per year at the Elmia Exhibition and Convention Centre in Sweden. Being part of a larger event means, having more funds, and an easy way to get some publicity. Rocket league has made full use of this, and is now one of the larger events at DreamHack.

Gfinity Elite Series

The Gfinity Elite Series is a tournament set up with the purpose of excitement, challenge, and opportunity. It sets the worlds top 8 teams against each other for money and fame. But Gfinity isn’t just for pros. With the Gfinity Elite Draft, 90 amateur players fight to get noticed and scouted, by top teams. Of course the spotlight will still be on the pros, fighting for a legacy. Which is what makes this tournament, with all the excitement that comes with it, a must see.

FACEIT X Games Invitational

The FACEIT X Games Invitational is a tournament, created to explore a new audience and expand the reach of Rocket League eSports as a whole. The tournament will be played within the X Games grounds, next to the other extreme sports venues, such as Skateboarding and BMX. the purpose is to appeal to the massive amount of people that come to the X Games, by promoting it’s large prize pool and exciting range of pro teams, for great entertainment. With it’s massive brand sponsors, the broadcasting reach of this tournament is one of the largest within Rocket League eSports, which in turn proves, that this is an event you can’t miss.

Rocket League Championship Series

The Rocket League Championship Series, is a league set up by Psyonix in collaboration with Twitch. Starting out with the first season in august 2016, with a prize pool of 55 thousand dollars. Now, in it’s latest season, Psyonix is aiming at a prize pool of 1 million dollars. Combining both marketing, and reach from Twitch, the RLCS is now one of the bigger leagues with a massive and growing fanbase. Using qualifiers, this league gets only the proven best. This shows in it’s level of thrill and excitement. This is a must see, for all Rocket League eSports fans.


The ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League is the first time ELEAGUE hosts an event for Rocket League. American television channel TBS is also to present a three-part series documenting Rocket League’s most accomplished teams and players, which will air every week, starting Friday December the 1st. If you’re not a stranger to the ELEAGUE, you’ll know that this league is a heavy hitter. With some of the biggest prize pools in eSports, massive broadcasting power, and enormous range, this is surely a great addition to Rocket League’s arsenal of tournaments. If you want to reach a large audience, the ELEAGUE is the way to do it. And Rocked League takes full advantage of that, allowing only the best in the world to take part, this league is a surefire when it comes to excitement. You do not want to miss out on this one.