Psyonix should take every opportunity they can to showcase Rocket League esports at events like this. Many people roll their eyes at the idea of watching people play video games, but Rocket League has the capability to www.lolga.com engage skeptical viewers as a particularly accessible game. If these naysayers have the opportunity to attend (or at least pass by) an esports event in person, they are much more likely to become interested, especially if they can understand the gameplay. This event is an excellent start to the new partnership between Rocket League and ELEAGUE.
The Collegiate Rocket League Trading Spring Season qualifiers kick off February 16 and teams can register until February 14 through Tespa. The first Collegiate Rocket League finals made headlines thanks to the goofy antics of players and a raucous student-filled crowd, which presented a completely different atmosphere than the more professional Rocket League Championship Series events. Hopefully this energy helps Rocket League earn some new fans among the rowdy basketball fans visiting the NCAA Final Four Fan Fest.
Psyonix is expanding the Rocket League Championship Series with a new official region (South America) in Season 7 and it looks like this larger pool of players will have an even larger audience watching their race to the title. Psyonix is partnering up with Turner Sports in a multi-faceted deal that includes events, broadcasting, and an ELEAGUE TV multi-part feature.