With the AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Invitational Qualifier & Open Qualifier #1 concluded, we would like to congratulate JAM Gaming, Scylla Esports, Athletico eSports, Legacy eSports, Alpha Sydney and Corvidae for qualifying for Season 1 of the AU & NZ Championship! Coming up this weekend we have the AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Open Qualifier #2, which is the final chance for all vying teams to compete for the last 2 spots in Season 1 of the AU & NZ Championship. If you haven’t already, make sure to head over to the cup page and register today.
Looking ahead to the kick off of AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Season 1, competitors will battle each week, on Tuesday nights, starting from the 28th of February and running until the 18th of April. Teams will compete during time slots starting from 7pm AEDT, with the last series of the night starting at 9.15pm AEDT, allocating 45 minutes per match. These timeslots for competitors will vary week to week, with only 1 League match occurring at once, allowing all matches to be broadcast and for back to back Rocket League action for all those watching online.
We would also like to announce that the AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Season 1 regular season will be covered by the talented casters and team from AussieGamingTV, who will be bringing you all the Rocket League action from week to week. AussieGamingTV have done a fantastic job covering ESL Rocket League tournaments in the past and we are thrilled to continue to keep working with their professional team. You can check out the AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Season 1 coverage, starting Tuesday the 28th of February, live from: www.twitch.tv/esl_australia.