Rocket League [ patch July 5 ]
#61
Ahhahah. Ryder playing RL and killing it his first time ever trying. Also Woods face when they hit that pass goal on him XD.

I can get down with this wwe rocket league sponsorship. Summerslam is part of the deal too.



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#62




Live LAN finals from Los Angeles all weekend baby.

Two OCE teams looking to throw off the whole tourney.

Lots of new blood.

I'm a big Kuxir/Flipside fan but I'm tired of US sucking Euro-cock at Rocket League.

xavier woods gonna be there ripping the wwe deal lol


Stolen details..

WHAT: RLCS Season 3 World Championship
WHEN: June 2nd - 4th
WHERE: http://www.twitch.tv/rocketleague


TEAMS COMPETING
Mockit Esports (EU)
FlipSid3 Tactics (EU)
The Leftovers (EU)
Northern Gaming (EU)
NRG Esports (NA)
Rogue Gaming (NA)
Selfless Gaming (NA)
Denial Esports (NA)
Alpha Sydney (OCE)
JAM Gaming (OCE)


ROSTERS
Mockit Esports - Miztik / Kaydop / Fairy Peak!
FlipSid3 Tactics - Markydooda / Kuxir97 / Greazy
The Leftovers - Snaski / Sikii / Ferra
Northern Gaming - Remkoe / Deevo / Turbopolsa
NRG Esports - Fireburner / Jacob / GarrettG
Rogue Gaming - Turtle / Matt / Sizz
Selfless Gaming - Dappur / Mijo / Timi / Pluto
Denial Esports - CorruptedG / Lethamyr / Sadjunior
Alpha Sydney - Drippay / Jake / Torsos
JAM Gaming - Montyconnor / Bango / Express


SCHEDULE
FRIDAY JUNE 2
12pm PDT / 3pm EDT / 8pm BST
DOORS OPEN
2pm–6PM PDT / 5pm-9pm EDT / 10pm-2am BST
LIVESTREAM

SATURDAY JUNE 3
9am PDT / 12pm EDT / 5pm BST
DOORS OPEN
11am-7pm PDT / 2pm-10pm EDT / 7pm-3am BST
LIVESTREAM

SUNDAY JUNE 4
9am PDT / 12pm EDT / 5pm BST
DOORS OPEN
11am–6pm PDT / 2pm-9pm EDT / 7pm-2am BST
LIVESTREAM
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#63
HOOLEY SHEET

Day one ended with a slugfest between Flipside and Selfless to stay out of the bottom bracket. Each team traded games in the series and it looked done for F3 until the fucking Italian stallion Kuxir said no fucking way

https://clips.twitch.tv/EnthusiasticBlazingUdonFunRun


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BONUS NEWS: XBOX LIVE GOLD AND ROCKET LEAGUE
Speaking of Xbox One, anyone who purchases a three-month Xbox Live Gold subscription card from June 12 through June 30 will receive a FREE copy of Rocket League! If you buy a three-month subscription through your console, Rocket League will automatically be added to your Xbox Live account if you don’t already own a copy. If you buy a physical subscription card at a local retailer, your Rocket League code will be printed on your receipt, and can be attached to any Xbox Live account that does not already own the game. If you're new to the game or Xbox Live Gold or have a friend who's in the market for either one, now's a great time to take the shot!
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#66
So if I buy 3 months of Xbox live on the 30th I'll get rocket league for free
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#67
seems that's the last day, yeah

also I think I saw on reddit the core game is 14.99 on ps4 right now.
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#68
Two huge pieces of news for the esports end..

EnVyUs has picked up the former northern gaming roster as their first rl team. They're a huge org for cod and others, might cause optic to pick up a team too.

NBC SPORTS GROUP AND FACEIT TO LAUNCH NEW ESPORTS PROPERTY WITH ROCKET LEAGUE

NBC Sports Group Partners with Online Competitive Gaming Platform FACEIT and Developer Psyonix to Host 2v2 Rocket League Tournament Featuring $100,000 Prize Pool

Inaugural Tournament Kicks Off with Regional Competitions and Multiple NBCUniversal and FACEIT Assets, Including the NBC Sports Regional Networks, NBC Sports Network, Telemundo Deportes, NBCUniversal International Networks, Additional NBCUniversal/Comcast Platforms, and the FACEIT Competitive Platform

STAMFORD, Conn. – June 21, 2017 – NBC Sports Group announced today that it will launch a new esports tournament this summer that will utilize FACEIT’s competitive gaming platform, and numerous NBCUniversal and Comcast regional, national and international assets, to allow gamers of all skill levels to compete in a 2v2 Rocket League tournament for a $100,000 prize pool.

Players who enter the first-of-its-kind tournament will play early rounds on FACEIT, the world’s leading competitive gaming platform, which will also serve as the official tournament operator. The featured game for the property’s debut season will be Rocket League, the sports-action hit with a community of more than 32 million players, developed and published by San Diego-based game studio, Psyonix.

This first-ever 2v2 international Rocket League tournament will begin on the FACEIT platform with regional online qualifiers, which will be divided into competitions for all eight NBC Sports Regional Networks, as well as additional American and European open qualifying regions. Competitors in the RSN regions will then move on to in-studio regional final competitions at select RSNs, and the tournament will culminate in a two-day Grand Finals with coverage of the Regional and Grand Finals across a variety of NBCUniversal and Comcast national and international platforms. In total, more than 40 hours of event coverage will be presented across live-streaming, video-on-demand, and linear platforms.

“NBCUniversal’s and Comcast’s unparalleled multi-platform portfolio has allowed us to create a first-of-its-kind tournament that will be authentic to the emerging world of esports,” said Rob Simmelkjaer, Senior Vice President, NBC Sports Ventures. “It all begins with NBC Sports Regional Networks, allowing us to super-serve esports fans the same way we serve traditional sports fans. We are also excited to be adding Telemundo Deportes, given that the growing Spanish-language audience is an engaged, committed group of gamers. Further, there will be an international component with the broadcast of the Grand Finals on Syfy in the UK, Germany, Australia and multiple countries across Latin America. Our partnership with FACEIT and Psyonix will provide a unique opportunity for gamers across the United States and Europe to participate in Rocket League at the highest level, and reach more competitors than ever before.”

“NBC Sports has a long legacy of bringing engaging sport action and storylines to viewers. FACEIT is proud to work alongside NBC Sports and Psyonix to provide the Rocket League community a unique opportunity to be involved and engaged from a grassroots level,” said Michele Attisani, Co-founder and Chief Business Officer of FACEIT. “By combining traditional sports and esports expertise, we can create an exciting new viewing experience for sports fans, esports fans and all fans of competitive action. This will build on the excellent work Psyonix has done to date establishing Rocket League as a premier community and competitive title.”

“Our Rocket League esports ecosystem is thriving and we are excited to expand to the NBC Sports audience,” said Josh Watson, Head of Esports, Psyonix. “Rocket League is an easy-to-understand game, which makes it the perfect introduction to esports for fans of all backgrounds and ages.”

“The NBC Regional Sports Networks bring the best in local sports to our fans day in and day out, and we’re excited that the fast-growing world of esports are now a part of that mission,” said David Preschlack, President, NBC Sports Regional Networks, and NBC Sports Group Platform and Content Strategy. “We look forward to engaging our fans in a whole new way that allows them to get in the esports game, and to bring a whole new generation of fans to our platforms as well.”

The tournament’s structure will utilize NBC Sports Regional Networks, Telemundo Deportes and NBCU International to run the Regional Qualifiers across the nation and in Europe through game-play, which will be played on the FACEIT platform beginning on July 22.

The Regional Finals will be played at NBC Sports Regional Networks studios on the weekends of August 5-6 and August 12-13, and will be live-streamed on the NBC Sports app and Telemundo En Vivo app, as well as other social media platforms. Participating NBC Sports Regional Networks will televise the final hour of coverage from each of the Regional Finals.

The Grand Finals will feature 16 total teams competing on August 26-27 for the inaugural title and the $100,000 prize pool, which will be televised live in the U.S. on NBCSN. The Grand Finals will also be broadcast on Syfy in the UK, Germany, Australia and multiple countries across Latin America, in addition to all previously listed streaming outlets.

In addition to live-streaming and linear coverage, VOD content from the Regional Finals and Grand Finals will be available on various digital and social channels across the NBC Sports Regional Networks, NBCSN, Telemundo Deportes, FACEIT and Rocket League
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#69
The X Games have had a gaming tournament to go with the skateboarding and what not before, this summer they're doing Rocket League on espn3

we mainstream bby

next stop, tier 1 esport
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#70
Picked this up on sale recently and was pleasantly surprised at how much more fun it was than I expected. Had to rearrange the controls a bit for optimal U-turns but overall it's great.
(10-14-2016, 06:39 PM)jewgalo Wrote: Boooom... ^^ That guy fucks...

(10-18-2016, 03:54 PM)Tim Wrote: that guy is awesome

(10-18-2016, 11:29 AM)cowshoe Wrote: I'm so fucking gay for that guy.

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#71
which platform? I can train you a little
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#72
I'm on PC. I'm not looking to get serious about it or anything, but any knowledge you can share about the nuances of the game is definitely welcome.
(10-14-2016, 06:39 PM)jewgalo Wrote: Boooom... ^^ That guy fucks...

(10-18-2016, 03:54 PM)Tim Wrote: that guy is awesome

(10-18-2016, 11:29 AM)cowshoe Wrote: I'm so fucking gay for that guy.

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#73
So I bought a three month gold sub and it's saying I have to pay for it still
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#74
how did you pay? it said if you got it through your console it would be added. and if you got the 3 months in store it would be a code in your receipt
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#75
(06-30-2017, 11:30 AM)optic Wrote: how did you pay? it said if you got it through your console it would be added. and if you got the 3 months in store it would be a code in your receipt

Console... They're supposed to send me a code in my messages I guess.
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#76
never tried xb1 so I don't know how they do it, on ps4 I'd check the store and my library, but definitely get at them if they advertised it and you didn't receive
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#77
(06-30-2017, 04:30 AM)That Guy Wrote: I'm on PC. I'm not looking to get serious about it or anything, but any knowledge you can share about the nuances of the game is definitely welcome.


Oh yeah, I'm shit myself stuck in rank purgatory cause I'm more a support player and not a game carry machine but I have good pointers and can make matches with infinite boost, no goals, no timer and practice with you

http://steamcommunity.com/id/sxeoptic
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#78
Okay, customer service helped me get it working can't wait to get to play it
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#79
It's a great game! I played it pretty hardcore for a good...I dunno, 6 months or so. But I burnt out on it. I still go back every once in a while and play around with my daughter.
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