ISPO expands its involvement in the Rocket League sector

ISPO Digitize broadcasts Rocket League Championship Series

After the final of the Rocket League AMD Masters had already been held live on stage at ES_COM by ISPO Digitize 2019, ISPO is now expanding its commitment to eSports and Rocket League. In addition, ISPO Digitize now broadcasts all Rocket League Champion Series games live on the ISPO Digitize Twitch channel, Facebook and ISPO.com.

Rocket League Chamionship Series ab November auf dem Twitch-Kanal der ISPO Digitize
ISPO expands its involvement in Rocket League and broadcasts the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) from November 2019.

From 16.11. ISPO broadcasts the games of the RLCS. The Rocket League Championship Series has been in existence since 2016 and is the championship of the best teams from North America, Europe, Oceania and South America. There is a lot for the teams to win, because the prize pool is around 1,000,000 US dollars.

ISPO Digitize broadcasts from 16.11. the games of the regions Europe and America with German commentary on the Twitch channel of ISPO Digitize as well as ISPO.com.

The transmission dates

- Regional Championship NA - 16.11. 21:00 CET - 03:00 CET
- Regional Championship EU - 17.11. 18:00 CET - 00:00 CET
- Promotion Tournament NA - 30.11 21:00 CET - 02:00 CET
- Promotion Tournament EU - 01.12 18:00 CET - 23:00 CET
- The World Championship LAN Final - 13th to 15th December

ISPO gets support from the eSports consulting agency Force of Disruption, Team FireWall and Tentelian Gaming, who have already organized the AMD Masters by ISPO Digitize. Team FireWall in cooperation with Tentelian takes over the production of the streams and at the same time brings along a large and wide-ranging community in German-speaking countries.

Jonas „vel“ Schaffrick und Arne „Baithoven“ Löffler auf der ES_COM by ISPO Digitize 2019
Arne „Baithoven“ Löffler (left) and Jonas „vel“ Schaffrick (right) at the ES_COM by ISPO Digitize 2019

With the talents Jonas "vel" Schaffrick, Arne "Baithoven" Löffler and Pascal "Bass" Brand, all former or even still active Rocket League professionals, ISPO and Team FireWall bring together some of the best known Rocket League talents and moderators in the German-speaking area.

In the current eighth season of the RLCS, numerous well-known eSports organizations are competing against each other. The teams this season are from the big two regions:

North America

•    NRG eSports
•    Spacestation Gaming
•    Pittsburgh Knights
•    Ghost Gaming
•    Birds
•    Rogue
•    Cloud9
•    G2 eSports



Europe

•    Reciprocity
•    Veloce
•    Renault Sport Team Vitality
•    Dignitas
•    Mousesports
•    FC Barcelona
•    TSM
•    Complexity

Who will win the eighth season of the RLCS can just be guessed. There are a few favorites. Among them, of course, is Reciprocity, as they currently lead the table of the Regular Season in Europe. But the competition is close. Veloce, the only team with a german player in the RLCS, has already qualified for the final and is currently in 2nd place in the table. Against Reciprocity, Veloce has already won this season. Also mousesports has shown good games this season.

From North America, NRG, the longest time best team in the region, as well as Spacestation Gaming are particularly strong. An insider tip for many are probably the Pittsburgh Knights, who were able to celebrate quite unexpectedly great successes at the Dreamhack in Montreal.

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