Rocket League dev Psyonix is fronting $1 million for prize swimming pools this yr, and that’s simply the beginning of its eSports plans

If you’re any good at Rocket League, get your self into the eSports scene.


Rocket League followers all in favour of severe aggressive play have an enormous yr forward.

Developer Psyonix has introduced formidable plans to foster Rocket League’s eSports scene this yr, beginning with over $1 million in event prize swimming pools, together with the Championship Series.

Psyonix can also be promising funding for community-run tournaments, expanded weekly event help throughout a number of areas and a correct eSports hub on the Rocket League web site. There may also be extra charity tournaments, an Xbox unique event sequence, and greater and higher Rocket League presence at reveals and occasions.

Rocket League itself will probably be up to date with “numerous” eSports-enhancing options, and Psyonix will launch a correct collegiate system for rivals and host a weekly Twitch present about Rocket League Championship Series.

Al up, the modifications symbolize a $2.5 million funding in Rocket League’s eSports scene, which is a superb return on the neighborhood’s help of Psyonix’s Crates and Keys fundraising initiatives, provided that it trickles again right down to the roots reasonably than going straight into the highest ten’s pockets.

“While conventional wisdom normally dictates that we just drop additional loot on top of the existing RLCS prize pool, we wanted to do something more,” Psyonix wrote.

“A community-funded prize pool should benefit the ENTIRE community – whether it means a group of friends competing over the weekend or the absolute best in the world vying for the Rocket League Championship Series World Championship.”