Rocket League Esports' most distinguished tournament, The Rocket League World Championship is headed to the 28th State. They will be bringing the rocket-powered goal machines to the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland Texas on April 24th to 26th.
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For the first time, the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) will be hitting Texas. Psyonix announced the news by dropping an unexpected trailer for the upcoming World Championship.
Ticket sales begin on Saturday, February 22 and the event will be held at the Curtis Culwell Center, a beautiful venue with 6,860 fixed bowl seats, with plenty of room for additional seating on the floor.
Dallas is no stranger to Rocket League, as the city has already played host for plenty of competitions. This includes being a stop for the 2019 DreamHack Pro Circuit and the 2019 Collegiate Rocket League National Championship in Arlington.
The Rocket League Championship Series is an event that draws thousands of fans from all over the world. Last seasons final was in Madrid in late 2019, and all teams competing, were showing off some of the most incredible gameplay to date, hopefully, Dallas tops it!
The early announcement for the hosting city was a smart move from Psyonix, as it allows fans and players from around the world plenty of time to plan their trip.
Written ByLiam Bartlett@LiamABartlett