Rocket League Summit 1: Dates, Prize Pool, Schedule, Teams, Times & More
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Rocket League Summit 1: Dates, Prize Pool, Schedule, Teams, Times & More

Chris Trout
14 August 2019

The first Rocket League summit has been announced and here's everything you need to know about the event.

Rocket League Summit 1 will feature the best teams in the world, as they are set to battle it out on the 16th-18th August. The Rocket League Summit group, bracket and format will be unique compared to most competitions as a result of this new and exciting tournament. This is certainly a great event to mark a return after the recent RLCS Season 7 World Championship, which Renault Vitality won and will feature in the Rocket League Summit along with 7 other teams.

Beyond The Summit grew popular as they popularized their laid back content heavy events in the DOTA2 circuit, and slowly the LA based company expanded to Smash and CS:GO with great success. Now they are expanding into Rocket League much to the delight of fans with the Rocket League Summit.

Here's everything we know about this prestigious event.

When Is The Rocket League Summit 1?

The event takes place on the 16th-18th August and it should be no surprise that the venue will be in LA. It will involve 8 fantastic teams, all of which have been invited, competing for a prize pool of $50,000.


The 8 teams involved in Rocket League Summit 1 are:

  • Rogue
  • Cloud 9
  • NRG Esports
  • G2
  • PSG Esports
  • Dignitas
  • Renault Vitality
  • The Bricks

Schedule & Format

The full schedule and format can be found in our Rocket League groups, bracket and format piece. You can read more about it here.

Casters & Talent

The tournament will feature the following talent:

  • Cameron "CJCJ" Johns
  • Jack "Corelli" Collier
  • James "Jamesbot" Villar
  • John "Johnnyboi_i" MacDonald
  • Isaac "Turtle" App
  • Brody "Liefx" Moore

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Gamescom 2019 will have plenty of information about Rocket League's future. Read more about Gamescom here.

Written by
Chris Trout

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