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SPORT1 and Psyonix continue cooperation: The new season of the Rocket League Championship Series from Friday, November 11, live on eSPORTS1

  • Selected events of the top-class tournament series also live on free-TV on SPORT1
  • The EU Regional 3 in the Fall Split from Friday, November 11, to Sunday, November 13, live daily from 5:00 p.m. on eSPORTS1

 

 

Ismaning,November 10, 2022 – The new season of the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) will be live on eSPORTS1 as well as selected events live on free-TV on SPORT1: Sport1 GmbH and video game developer Psyonix have extended their cooperation by another year. The deal, which began in 2020, was brokered by IMG and includes platform-neutral rights to the Rocket League Championship Series for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. RLCS season 2022-23 kicked off on October 8 with the Fall Open. From Friday, November 11, to Sunday, November 13, the EU Regional 3 of the Fall season will now take place, which eSPORTS1 will broadcast live daily from 5:00 p.m. Just like last year, selected events of the high-class tournament series will also be shown live on free-TV on SPORT1.

 

This is how the Rocket League Championship Series 2022-23 works

In Rocket League, players try to get a ball into the opponent's goal using rocket-powered cars. Launched in 2016, the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) pits the world's best teams against each other in this esports title. The tournament series is divided into three sections: “Fall”, “Winter” and “Spring”, each of which includes three regionals and a major tournament at the end. At the end of the season, the best Rocket League team in the world will be crowned in the Rocket League World Championship. The defending champion is Team BDS, which was crowned Rocket League World Champion in the 2022 final against G2 Esports. eSPORTS1 will now accompany the new 2022-23 season of the Rocket League Championship Series live. After the season opener at the beginning of October, the EU Regional 3 in the Fall Split is now scheduled from Friday, November 11, to Sunday, November 13, which eSPORTS1 will broadcast live daily from 5:00 p.m. The commentators on Saturday and Sunday are Robin Ahlert and Julian Spies. The Fall Major then follows from December 8-11. Selected events of the RLCS will also be shown live on SPORT1 on free-TV.

 

Attached is a photo of the Rocket League Championship Series 2022-23 (Copyright: Courtesy of Psyonix LLC)for free use in the context of editorial coverage.

 

The next broadcasts of the Rocket League Championship Series 2022-23 on the SPORT1 platforms:

platform

day

time

Rocket League

info

eSPORTS1

Friday, November 11

5:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 22/23

EU Regional 3, day 1

English commentary

eSPORTS1

Saturday, November 12

5:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 22/23

EU Regional 3, day 2

Commentators: Robin Ahlert, Julian Spies

eSPORTS1

 

Sunday, November 13

5:00 p.m. live

RLCS Fall Split 22/23

EU Regional 3, day 3

Commentators: Robin Ahlert, Julian Spies

 

 

For more information or any questions, please contact:

Michael Roehrig | Natalie Raida
Communication

Sport1 GmbH
Muenchener Straße 101g
85737 Ismaning

Phone +49 (0)89 96066 1212
Fax +49 (0)89 96066 1209

E-Mail natalie.raida@sport1.de
www.sport1.de

 

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