It’s time to kick-off the next major competition, the Elite Series: Rocket League! As part of the Elite Series competition ecosystem, it consists of a traditional two split structure, with 10 teams facing off in the Spring Split to claim the first part of the €10,000 prize pool.
Starting on 17 April, you don’t want to miss this.
Elite Series: Rocket League follows a simple familiar structure: a Spring Split and a Summer Split. Each Split is played as a Single Round Robin between all 8 teams, culminating in a King-of-the-Hill style Playoff between the top four teams of the Split.
Throughout the season, there will be €10,000 in cash prizes, with a whopping €5,000 available to be earned in both the Spring and Summer Splits. The prizes will be distributed accordingly: 1st place – €1,800, 2nd place – €1,200, 3rd and 4th place – €600, and 5th and 6th place – €400.
Never miss a match! All matches will be broadcast live in Dutch every Tuesday as of 18:30.
Spring Split kicks off on Monday 17 April!
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Rocket League in the Benelux is being elevated this year, with the integration of the game into the Elite Series ecosystem alongside household names like Counter-Strike and League of Legends.
The competition follows a simple familiar structure: a Spring Split and a Summer Split with a total prize pool of €15,000. Each Split is played as a Single Round Robin between all 8 teams (10 teams in Summer), culminating in a King-of-the-Hill style Playoff between the top four teams of the Split.
Teams face off every Tuesday as of 18:30, with the first matchday on 16 August. Week 5 and 7 are Super Weeks with an extra matchday on the Wednesday.
The 10 teams we see facing off in the ESRL have been invited based on their activities over the past years within the realm of Benelux esports.
After the Spring Split we saw teams Heracles Almelo and HEET join the fray to get us to 10 teams for the Summer Split.