Rocket League has found success among game fans and critics alike, becoming a huge phenomenon since its launch. The game was one of the biggest multiplayer titles of the past year, and just recently came to Xbox One. Developer Psyonix has just announced a partnership today with Twitch that will begin the era of competitive play for the game.
The Rocket League Championship Series will be available to players on PS4 and Steam platforms, with a $75,000 prize pool taking place over a 3-month seasons. You can get all the details in the brief teaser released this morning:
Grab two friends and form a three-person team, then register starting March 25 to compete in the first season of the Rocket League Championship Series! Each RLCS season will span three months and feature teams from all over North America and Europe. The top-four teams in each region will be invited to compete at a live International Finals event for a shot at glory and their piece of the $75,000 prize pool!