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Rocket League Championship Series

[e][h]Rocket League Championship Series
Series Information
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Organizer:
Epic Games
Psyonix
Twitch
Inaugurated:
April 30, 2016
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The Rocket League Championship Series, also known as the RLCS, is the Psyonix funded Rocket League league. The competition began in Spring 2016 with its inaugural season giving an opportunity for the top North American and European teams to fight for their share of the $75,000 USD prize pool. The first World Championship was hosted in Los Angeles, California, with its reappearance during the Season 3 World Championship, between the first Finals taking place in Europe, held in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Season 3 of the RLCS introduced the 3rd region to join the league, Oceania. This therefore extended the number of spots for the World Championship from 8 teams to 10. The Oceania region League Play is managed by Throwdown Esports.

Rocket League Rival Series has been created prior to the start of Season 4 of RLCS as a second division of the series. This promoted a widely requested structure of the championship series, firstly giving a chance for RLCS teams to stay and secure their spot in the next season of the competition by their performance, and secondly supporting the lower tier teams aside from RLCS to give them an opportunity of being promoted to the top tier division by their efforts and accomplishments.

As of Season 5, the RLCS is managed by Psyonix, instead of Twitch.[1]

Since the RLCS kicked off in 2016, the community played a big part in extending the prize pool of the competition. By Season 8, the current prize pool is higher than Season 1 by $985,000 USD.

Season 7 of the Rocket League Championship Series introduced a 4th region to the division - South America[2]. The appearance of this very region was hugely requested and anticipated by the community and showcased worldwide prior to the announcement, such as during the World Showdown of Esports 4 and the 4-month course of the Rocket Street Grind Series in late 2018 - sponsored by Psyonix - which was intended to be the South American version of the Renegade Cup.

Season 7 marked the start of a partnership between Psyonix and ELEAGUE featuring 'wide-ranging' content including a multi-part feature series on the RLCS on TBS Television.[3]

Gfinity Esports Australia took over as the host of the Oceanic RLCS division in Season 7 with the Gfinity Rocket League Oceanic Masters after Throwdown Esports hosted it since Season 3.[4]

In Season 8, Epic Games has acquired Psyonix - the developer of Rocket League.[5] The Rival Series went through minor changes in Season 8, as the number of teams per region has extended from 8 to 10.[6] Because of this, a new stage has been added to the division with the Regional Playoffs. The Top 4 teams from League Play play in a double elimination Page Playoff Bracket to decide the Top 2 teams from RLRS to advanced to the Promotion Playoffs. The eliminated teams along with the teams finishing 5th and 6th in League Play retain a spot in the next season of the division leaving the bottom 4 being forced to requalify.

The host of the Oceanic division for Season 8 was transferred to LetsPlay.Live after Gfinity Esports Australia in Season 7.[7]

From Season 9 onwards of the RLCS, the top tier division hosts 10 teams per North America and Europe, expanding from 8.

Season 9 went through a uncontrollable situation as the World Championship was forced to be cancelled due to fears of the Coronavirus outbreak at the time of League Play.[8] This was the first season to be played entirely online.

In Season X, RLCS moved away from the League Play format and bi-annual seasons. Instead, it turned into an open event-based circuit format that culminates in an annual Rocket League World Championship. [9] The season introduced 3 different splits: Fall, Spring, Summer. With that, the Rocket League Rival Series has discontinued.

History[edit]

Season 1 (Los Angeles, USA)[edit]

RLCS Season 1 was Rocket League's biggest tournament at the time, and there was a lot of hype surrounding many of the teams. FlipSid3 Tactics and Northern Gaming had come out on top in the two EU qualifiers, while iBUYPOWER and Kings of Urban took home the NA qualifiers.

The first round would see an even split between NA and EU, with underdog team The Flying Dutchmen, who barely made it to the finals at all after Supersonic Avengers came close to stealing their spot, managed to upset the NA #1 seed Kings of Urban. Meanwhile, iBP, who were playing with substitute 0ver Zer0 instead of star player Gambit, managed to overcome F3. Elsewhere, Exodus took down Mock-It in a 3-0 sweep while Northern Gaming also managed to sweep Genesis.

This would pit KoU against F3, where KoU would crash out in last place with a 3-1 defeat. Meanwhile, Northern Gaming and iBuyPower progressed to the upper bracket finals, with iBP taking a 4-2 victory. NG were unable to recover and were beaten 4-1 by a F3 team on a mission to power through the lower bracket and into the grand finals. When they arrived, they faced iBP once again. In an incredibly close series, iBP managed to close out a 4-2 victory and win the first season of the RLCS.

Season 2 (Amsterdam, Netherlands)[edit]

Europe saw many of the same teams qualify once again, and with one single league play instead of the two qualifiers NG and F3 would take the top two spots (amid some controversy surrounding the rules of tiebreakers) and leave Mock-It, Precision Z, Red Eye and REUNITED (who were the former Supersonic Avengers squad), to battle for the remaining two spots. In stage one of the playoffs, Precision Z and Mock-It would qualify for LAN, while Doomsee, Snaski and ELMP would once again be watching from the sidelines.

North America saw the world champions (now under G2 Esports and with 0ver Zer0 as a starter) struggle in league play, and they would eventually miss out on the playoffs altogether. Exodus (now under Orbit eSports) would take first place, with Kings of Urban (Now under NRG eSports) taking second. Genesis and Take 3 would take the two remaining LAN spots and would end up meeting again for the third-place playoff, where Genesis took the win while NRG beat Orbit to take first seed for North America once again

The European teams would come out fighting as they took all four series' in the upper bracket, including an incredible reverse sweep from Mock-It against Orbit, who would then crash out of the tournament against Take 3. Another victory for Mock-It over F3 meant that they had to play against Take 3 again, who they then dispatched with a 3-0 sweep. After this series, F3 had another Lower Bracket Final against Northern Gaming, which they won again to put them up against Mock-It. In the Grand Finals, F3 managed to win back-to-back series' to take home the title of Season 2.

Season 3 (Los Angeles, USA)[edit]

Season 3 saw the first inclusion of teams from Oceania, with the top two teams from the Throwdown Rocket League Challenge joining the 8 teams from NA and EU. These teams ended up being Alpha Sydney and JAM Gaming. They would be joined by an all-new Mock-It squad, a Flipsid3 team who barely edged past an inconsistent Resonant Esports, the surprise team of The Leftovers and Northern Gaming, who were heading to LA with their sub Turbopolsa as Maestro was busy with exams. The North American teams were NRG, who became the three-time NA regional champions, Rogue, who had signed the Atelier squad after finishing 2nd, Selfless Gaming and Denial Esports, who had knocked out fan favorites G2 Esports to secure their LAN spot.

As Alpha Sydney made history by winning their first series against Denial and NRG swept Northern Gaming to send them to the lower bracket, things started heating up as NG and The Leftovers began to make their lower bracket runs. After The Leftovers had knocked out F3 and Northern Gaming swept Rogue, the two teams met and Northern Gaming came away with a clean sweep. After this they moved on to face NRG in the lower bracket finals, in order to determine who would face Mock-It in the grand finals. NG would take the series 4-1, leaving them with the task of getting the bracket reset against Mock-It, which happened once again as NG won two tight series' in order to become the world champions of Season 3.

Season 4 (Washington D.C., USA)[edit]

Season 4 saw the introduction of the RLRS, and was the final season in which teams could qualify directly to RLCS through the brutal play-in bracket. Notable teams who dropped to the new second division included Fibeon eSports and The Leftovers, who were upset by Emotion (soon-to-be Allegiance) and Aeriality (soon-to-be Team Secret) respectively. In North America, the passionate Ghost Gaming surprised everyone by qualifying for the World Championship, sweeping FlyQuest in the playoffs to secure their spot. Elsewhere, NRG Esports also swept their playoff opponents, their victims being Rogue. However, the bigger news was that - at long last - G2 Esports had finally qualified for LAN, with Kronovi making his first appearance his Season 1 victory. However, after finishing second in league play G2 were heavily beaten by first Ghost and then NRG, and therefore went to Washington as 4th seed. At the other end of the table, a disappointing Renegades side joined Allegiance in the bottom two. Renegades won both of their matches with relative ease, securing their spot in Season 5, while Allegiance was sent to the Rival Series, not by the Fibeon side who they had upset previously, but former world champion Lachinio's Out of Style, who secured his return to the RLCS after two seasons away.

Over in Europe, it was upsets galore as Method and PSG Esports started to run away from the rest of the European teams such as Gale Force eSports, as both teams would end up in the top 2, qualifying for LAN. exceL eSports, after struggling in Season 3 and replacing Danzhizzle with ex-PENTA player Pwndx, also surprised everyone as they avoided finishing in the bottom two. However, by far the biggest surprise was world champions Team Envy, having replaced Maestro with their former player gReazymeister, finishing in the bottom two, with their Week 5 victory over PSG (who were looking to become the first-ever team to go 7-0) only serving as a consolation. In the Promotion Tournament, Envy ended up surviving, with Team Secret being replaced by the Fnatic (ex-Leftovers) side who they had knocked into the Rival Series while still playing as Aeriality.

Heading into the World Championship, Chiefs eSports Club (the former Alpha Sydney roster) as well as new boys Pale Horse eSports would join the European and North American teams, and this time the region would take their first major upset as Chiefs upset NRG and sent the North American veterans home in last place, while Pale Horse failed to win a single game at LAN. In the upper bracket PSG and Method built on their strong seasons by defeating Cloud9 and NRG respectively, before Method took home a tight series to set up yet another big matchup with their rivals, Gale Force. This series proved to be one to remember, with Method keeping themselves alive by winning a lengthy game 6 overtime before Gale Force took game 7 by a single goal. Elsewhere, in the lower bracket, no teams managed to make a huge lower bracket run, with C9's three-match win streak being ended by Method in the lower bracket finals (despite Squishy scoring an incredible ceiling shot), and G2 taking two series before falling to C9 and finishing 4th place. This set up a rematch between Gale Force and Method, however, Method was beginning to show signs of fatigue, and Gale Force rolled over them in a 4-0 sweep, making them World Champions and giving Turbopolsa the title of the first player to win RLCS twice, as well as the first player to win it back-to-back.

Season 5 (London, UK)[edit]

Season 5 was the first season of the RLCS without Twitch Esports running the series alongside Psyonix, as well as being the first season without direct qualification into the RLCS.

In North America, the Big Three had begun to emerge as NRG, G2 and Cloud9 easily secured the first three LAN spots, with their biggest challenger ending up being Evil Geniuses. They ended up taking the fourth LAN spot by defeating Rogue 4-2 in the playoffs, seeing Chrome make his World Championship debut despite having played in every single season of the RLCS up to that point. Over at the other end of the table, Out of Style nearly broke Team Secret's unwanted record by going 7-21 in games, and they were relegated along with fan favourites Counter Logic Gaming. They were replaced in the RLCS by FlyQuest, after a strong debut season from Ayyjayy, and Allegiance who fought back from their previous relegation to defeat CLG in the final qualification match.

Across the Atlantic, Europe saw a resurgence from the previously-struggling Team EnVyUs as they ended up qualifying for LAN with their new star Eyeignite, however, the popular trios of PSG Esports and FlipSid3 Tactics missed out after losing in the playoffs. Gale Force eSports once again took home the first seed for EU, and they were joined at LAN by the offensive powerhouses of Renault Vitality and compLexity Gaming, all with unchanged rosters from the previous season. In the Promotion Tournament, exceL Esports' run in the RLCS came to an end, and Team Secret was sent back to the Rival Series once again after one of the most exciting series in the history of Rocket League Esports, after which Servette Geneva eSports managed to sneak into the RLCS after two intense final games. Secret looked to have run out of steam as in the following series they were annihilated by Fnatic.

After a long period of waiting, Psyonix eventually announced that the World Championship would be heading to the Copper Box Arena in London, to the excitement of many. What followed was one of Rocket League's most exciting events. The NA and EU teams were joined (once again) by the Chiefs, as well as a Tainted Minds squad looking to go one better than last time around (when they were still under Pale Horse). Team Dignitas had also bought out the heavy favorites Gale Force eSports prior to the tournament. The grudge matches started immediately, with Chiefs taking out EG in a close five-game series. The rest of day one had plenty of big upsets too, as compLexity swept both TM and G2 to head into Day 2, and the hot streak of Renault Vitality was brought to an end by C9 after they were easily swatted aside. NRG knocked Dignitas down to the lower bracket in a huge victory for the North American side, and compLexity marched into the Top 3 after taking out C9. In the lower bracket, Vitality's woes continued as they were beaten by EG and sent home in last place. Tainted Minds came so close to pulling off an unthinkable upset against Team Envy before they threw away a 3 goal lead in Game 4 and then lost Game 5 to lose the series 3-2. EG's run of upsets continued as they took down G2 in a passionate Game 5 Overtime, and Team Envy's Oceanic problems continued as they were swept by the Chiefs - the first time that an Oceanian team had made it to Day 3. On Day 3, Dignitas started to mount a lower bracket run as they swept EG and C9. The day seemed to be going by remarkably quickly as NRG also swept compLexity in the Upper Bracket Final before Dignitas would secure a rematch by beating compLexity 4-2, knocking the Scandinavians out in third place. The grand final saw Dignitas storm into a 4-1 victory (and a bracket reset), and it looked like it was over when the Europeans went 3-1 up in the second series. However, thanks to some stunning goals by every NRG player they managed to take it to Game 7. What followed was truly incredible.

With 10 seconds left the scores were tied at 2-2. After a goalmouth scramble Team Dignitas looked to have scored the championship-winning goal. North America sat in silence. After a big clearance from ViolentPanda, NRG had to carry the ball across the entire field without it hitting the ground. After a series of passes, the ball eventually fell to the rookie jstn, who blasted it into the back of the net prompting the roar of Team 104 and the rest of the crowd. Despite all of that, NRG still couldn't win in the end as Turbopolsa scored in Overtime to ensure that he became the first player to win RLCS three times.

Season 6 (Las Vegas, USA)[edit]

NA's sixth season of League Play was business as usual, with the Big Three easily reaching the World Championship. They were joined once again by Evil Geniuses, with the only real surprise being Rogue's relegation to the RLRS after losing to Splyce and Bread in the Promotion Tournament.

Over in Europe, things weren't so consistent, with Team Dignitas continuing their total dominance over the region. compLexity Gaming were relegated just one season after finishing third in the World Championship, FlipSid3 Tactics made their long-awaited return to LAN and Fnatic's Promotion Tournament luck ran out as Red Reserve and Savage! rose through the ranks to take their place among the top eight of Europe.

The World Championship kicked off with upsets galore, as Evil Geniuses picked up NA's only victory against the Chiefs. Evil Geniuses picked up another top-six finish, whilst the Chiefs made history once again by being the first non-NA or EU side to reach the top four of the World Championship. In the lower bracket, Cloud9 began to mount a FlipSid3 Tactics-esque run, including a victory over F3 (despite an incredible pinch from kuxir97). Eventually, they reached the grand final against Dignitas, where they won in a dominant bracket reset victory, returning the RLCS trophy to NA for the first time since iBUYPOWER in Season 1.

Events[edit]

Season 1[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Aug 6 - 7, 2016
$55,000
8 teams
United States Los Angeles, United States
  IBP
  F3
Jun 26 - Jul 10, 2016
$5,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  WDG
  SA
Jun 25 - Jul 9, 2016
$5,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  KOU
  EX
May 1 - 22, 2016
$5,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  F3
  WDG
Apr 30 - May 21, 2016
$5,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  IBP
  KOU


Season 2[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Dec 3 - 4, 2016
$125,000
8 teams
Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
  F3
  MOCK
Sep 25 - Nov 13, 2016
$53,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  F3
  NG
Sep 24 - Nov 12, 2016
$53,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  NRG
  ORBIT
Oct 9, 2016
$10,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  MOCK
  NG
Oct 8, 2016
$10,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  G2
  GEN


Season 3[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Jun 2 - 4, 2017
$150,000
10 teams
United States Los Angeles, United States
  NG
  MOCK
Mar 19 - May 7, 2017
$53,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  MOCK
  F3
Mar 18 - May 6, 2017
$53,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  NRG
  ATL
Apr 9, 2017
$10,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  MOCK
  RES
Apr 8, 2017
$10,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  GEN
  SG

Throwdown Oceania[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
May 20, 2017
$8,085
4 teams
Australia Online, Australia
  AS
  JAM
Apr 9 - 23, 2017
$1,617
8 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  AS
  JAM


Season 3 Offseason[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Aug 6, 2017
$6,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  NRG
  G2
Jul 9, 2017
$6,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  GFE
  NV
Jun 25, 2017
$6,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  G2
  NRG


Season 4[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Nov 10 - 12, 2017
$150,000
10 teams
United States Washington D.C., Us
  GFE
  MTHD
Sep 10 - Oct 15, 2017
$83,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  GFE
  MTHD
Sep 9 - Oct 14, 2017
$83,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  C9
  GG

Throwdown Oceania[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Oct 29, 2017
$19,500
4 teams
Australia Melbourne, Australia
  CHF
  PH
Sep 17 - Oct 15, 2017
$5,500
8 teams
Australia Online, Australia
  JAM
  CHF


Season 5[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Jun 8 - 10, 2018
$250,000
10 teams
England London, England
  DIG
  NRG
Mar 18 - Apr 22, 2018
$109,000
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  GFE
  RV
Mar 17 - Apr 21, 2018
$109,000
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  G2
  NRG

Throwdown Oceania[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Apr 29, 2018
$19,500
4 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  CHF
  TM
Mar 18 - Apr 22, 2018
$5,500
8 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  CHF
  LGC


Season 6[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Nov 9 - 11, 2018
$500,000
10 teams
United States Las Vegas, United States
  C9
  DIG
Sep 9 - Oct 14, 2018
$214,250
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  DIG
  WDG
Sep 8 - Oct 13, 2018
$214,250
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  NRG
  G2

Throwdown Oceania[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Oct 14, 2018
$34,500
4 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  TM
  CHF
Sep 9 - Oct 7, 2018
$15,500
8 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  CHF
  TM


Season 7[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Jun 21 - 23, 2019
$529,500
12 teams
United States Newark, United States
  RV
  G2
Apr 7 - May 12, 2019
$214,250
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  RV
  FCB
Apr 6 - May 11, 2019
$214,250
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  NRG
  C9

Rocket League Oceanic Masters[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
May 19, 2019
$34,500
4 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  RNG
  OOO
Apr 14 - May 12, 2019
$15,500
8 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  RNG
  ICON

Grand Series South America[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Apr 7 - May 12, 2019
$25,000
8 teams
South America Online, South America
  LKE
  INTZ


Season 8[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Dec 13 - 15, 2019
$529,500
12 teams
Spain Madrid, Spain
  NRG
  RV
Oct 6 - Nov 17, 2019
$214,250
8 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  REC
  RV
Oct 5 - Nov 16, 2019
$214,250
8 teams
North America Online, North America
  NRG
  PK

Rocket League Oceanic Championship[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Nov 16 - 17, 2019
$34,500
4 teams
New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
  RNG
  CH
Sep 29 - Nov 10, 2019
$15,500
8 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  RNG
  GZ

Grand Series South America[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Oct 6 - Nov 17, 2019
$25,000
8 teams
South America Online, South America
  TTS
  LKE


Season 9[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Feb 9 - Mar 29, 2020
$413,973.60
10 teams
Europe Online, Europe
  DIG
  RV
Feb 8 - Mar 28, 2020
$413,973.60
10 teams
North America Online, North America
  G2
  SSG

Rocket League Oceanic Championship[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Apr 12 - 19, 2020
$82,500
4 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  GZ
  FURY
Feb 23 - Apr 5, 2020
$17,500
8 teams
Oceania Online, Oceania
  GZ
  MF

Grand Series South America[edit]

S   Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Winner
Runner-up
Feb 16 - Mar 22, 2020
$60,000
8 teams
South America Online, South America
  ELV
  AVD


Season X[edit]



Prize Pool[edit]

TournamentDateWorld Championship LocationPrize Pool% Of Previous SeasonRegional AmountWorld Championship Amount
RLCS Season 1Spring/Summer 2016
2016-04-30
2016-08-07
United States Los Angeles, United States$75,000-$20,000$55,000
RLCS Season 2Fall 2016
2016-09-10
2016-12-04
Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands$251,000 1335%$106,000$125,000
RLCS Season 3Spring 2017
2017-03-08
2017-06-04
United States Los Angeles, United States$300,000 1 2120%$116,000$150,000
RLCS Season 4Fall 2017
2017-09-02
2017-11-12
United States Washington D.C, United States$350,000 2117%$191,000$150,000
RLCS Season 5Spring 2018
2018-03-10
2018-06-10
England London, England$500,000 2143%$243,000$250,000
RLCS Season 6Fall 2018
2018-09-01
2018-11-18
United States Las Vegas, United States$1,000,000 2200%$478,500$500,000
RLCS Season 7Spring 2019
2019-03-30
2019-06-23
United States Newark, United States$1,060,000 2106%$503,500$529,500
RLCS Season 8Fall/Winter 2019
2019-09-28
2019-12-15
Spain Madrid, Spain$1,060,000 2100%$503,500$529,500
RLCS Season 9Winter/Spring 2020
2020-02-08
2020-04-12
N/A$1,009,947.20 295%$1,009,947.20N/A
RLCS Season XFall 2020 - Spring 2021
2020-08-01
2021-06-??
TBA$4,500,000 2445%$3,500,000$1,000,000
1 Part of the total prize pool goes toward Midseason Mayhem events.
2 Part of the total prize pool goes toward Player Accolades.

Stream Statistics[edit]

SeasonBroadcastsHours
RLCS Season 118 (+7 from stream restarts)103.96
RLCS Season 218112.77
RLCS Season 319 (+1 from stream restarts)121.53
Off Season 3320.12
RLCS Season 429 (+1 from stream restarts)155.66
RLCS Season 530150.60
RLCS Season 629 (+4 from stream restarts)156.18
RLCS Season 729 (+4 from stream restarts)128.38
RLCS Season 831163.99
RLCS Season 933 (+3 from stream restarts)166.36

Team Participation - Regional Stage[edit]

Up to RLCS Season 9, 128 teams have participated in the League Play stage of RLCS around the world.

From Season 1 to 3, every team was required to qualify through the open qualifier and play-ins no matter whether they participated previously or won the World Championship.
Top 2 teams in each region (as well as World Champions) in Season 3 got handed an automatic place in the next season of the championship series. From Season 4, Top 6 teams in each region earn a spot in the next season, while the bottom two teams take on the top two teams of Rocket League Rival Series to determine any promotions and relegations.

NRG Esports and G2 Esports are the only teams to have participated in 9 seasons of the RLCS. No team participated in all of them.

Note: The results are based on the aftermath of the Regional Championship, not end of the Regular Season in League Play.

Qualifying - North America[edit]

Participation spreadsheet by team

Team RLCS S1 RLCS S2 RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
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- - - - - - - PR QU
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ1 - - - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ NQ NQ NQ - - - - -
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - - - -
- - OQ - - - - - -
- - OQ - - - - - -
- - OQ - - - - - -
- - - OQ - - - - -
- - - - PR - - - -
- - - - - - PR - -
- - - - - - - - PR
- - - - - - - - PR
OQ Qualified through Play-ins and Open Qualifiers
PR Qualified to RLCS through the RLRS or the Promotion Playoffs stage
RS Qualified to the Rival Series
QU Automatic spot in the next RLCS season
NQ Unable to qualify through the Play-ins stage (Top 48/64)
- Didn't participate
1 VexX Gaming picks up the roster of Exodus after Qualifier 1 of RLCS Season 1.

Results by season - North America[edit]

  • NQ: Not Qualified from Play-ins (Top 48/64)
  •   -  : Not participated in the tournament
Team Best Worst Total
Ap.
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9
A11st A33rd 8 Z8- A11st A11st A33rd A22nd A11st A11st A11st A33 - 4th
A11st A88th 8 Z8- A77th A55 - 6th A44th A11st A22nd A33rd A88th A11st
A11st A11st 1 A11st Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A77th 6 Z8- Z8- Z8- A11st A33rd A33rd A22nd A77th A66th
A22nd A22nd 1 A22nd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A99th 2 A99th A22nd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A22nd 1 Z8- Z8- A22nd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A66th 6 Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd A55 - 6th A55 - 6th A66th A55th A33 - 4th
A22nd A77th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd A77th
A22nd A55th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A55th A33rd A22nd
A33rd A33rd 1 A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd A55 - 6th 3 A44th A33rd A55 - 6th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd Z8NQ 2(3) A88th Z8NQ A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A77th 2 Z8- A44th A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A44th 1 Z8- Z8- A44th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A77th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th A44th A77th Z8- Z8-
A44th A88th 6 Z8- Z8- Z8- A55 - 6th A55 - 6th A77th A44th A66th A88th
A44th A99th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th A99th
A55th Z8NQ 1(4) A55th Z8NQ Z8NQ Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55th A55th 1 Z8- A55th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55th A55th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A55th
A55 - 6th A55 - 6th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- A55 - 6th Z8- A55 - 6th Z8- Z8- Z8-
A66th A66th 1 A66th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A66th A66th 1 Z8- A66th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A88th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- Z8- A88th Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8NQ A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th Z8- Z8-
B010th B010th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- B010th

Qualifying - Europe[edit]

Participation spreadsheet by team

Team RLCS S1 RLCS S2 RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
OQ OQ OQ QU QU QU - - -
- - - OQ RS RS RS RS RS
- - - - QU QU QU QU QU
OQ OQ OQ OQ - - - - -
- - - OQ QU QU QU - -
- - - - QU QU RS PR -
- - - - - QU QU QU QU
- - OQ OQ QU - - - -
- - - OQ QU RS - - -
- - - RS PR PR - - -
- - - OQ RS RS - - -
- - - - - - QU QU PR
- - - - - PR QU PR QU
- - - - - - PR QU QU
OQ - - - - QU - - -
OQ OQ - - - - - - -
OQ - - RS - - - - -
- OQ OQ - - - - - -
- - - QU PR - - - -
- - - - - - - QU QU
- - - - - - - PR QU
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ NQ - - - - - - -
OQ NQ - - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - - - -
OQ NQ - - - - - - -
- OQ NQ - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - - - -
- - OQ - - - - - -
- - OQ - - - - - -
- NQ OQ - - - - - -
- NQ OQ - - - - - -
- - - - - - QU - -
- - - - - - PR - -
- - - - - - - - PR
- - - - - - - - PR
- - - - - - - - PR
OQ Qualified through Play-ins and Open Qualifiers
PR Qualified to RLCS through the RLRS or the Promotion Playoffs stage
RS Qualified to the Rival Series
QU Automatic spot in the next RLCS season
NQ Unable to qualify through the Play-ins stage (Top 48/64)
- Didn't participate

Results by season - Europe[edit]

  • NQ: Not Qualified from Play-ins (Top 48/64)
  •   -  : Not participated in the tournament
Team Best Worst Total
Ap.
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9
A11st A55 - 6th 3 Z8- Z8- A55 - 6th A11st A11st Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A55th 4 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A11st A55th A44th A11st
A11st A55 - 6th 6 A22nd A11st A22nd A55 - 6th A55 - 6th A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A33rd 4 A33rd A33rd A11st A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A22nd 2 A11st Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A55 - 6th 5 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd A55 - 6th A11st A22nd A22nd
A11st A55th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A11st A55th
A22nd A44th 2 Z8- A22nd A44th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A22nd 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A66th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd A66th A33 - 4th
A33rd Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- Z8- A33rd Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd A77th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd A55 - 6th 4 Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th A55 - 6th A44th A33rd Z8- Z8-
A33rd A66th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A33rd A66th
A33rd A88th 4 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A55 - 6th A88th A55th A33 - 4th
A44th A44th 1 A44th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th B010th 2 B010th A44th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A88th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th A88th Z8- A88th Z8-
A44th A44th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th Z8- Z8-
A55th Z8NQ 1(2) A55th Z8- Z8- Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55th Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- A55th Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55 - 6th A55 - 6th 1 Z8- Z8- A55 - 6th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A66th A66th 1 A66th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A66th A66th 1 Z8- A66th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55 - 6th A77th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- A55 - 6th A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A66th A99th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A66th A77th A99th
A77th Z8NQ 1(2) A77th Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- Z8NQ A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A88th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th A77th Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th
A88th Z8NQ 1(2) A88th Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- Z8NQ A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th
A99th A99th 1 A99th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
B010th B010th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- B010th
B011th B011th 1 B011th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
B012th Z8NQ 1(2) B012th Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-

Qualifying - Oceania[edit]

Participation spreadsheet by team

Team RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
OQ OQ OQ OQ - - -
- QU QU QU - OQ -
OQ QU OQ - - - -
- - - OQ - QU OQ
- - - - QU QU QU
OQ OQ - - - - -
- OQ - OQ - - -
- - QU OQ - - -
- - - OQ OQ - -
- - - - OQ OQ -
- - - - OQ - OQ
- - - - - OQ OQ
- - - - - OQ OQ
- - - - - OQ QU
OQ - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - -
OQ - - - - - -
- OQ - - - - -
- OQ - - - - -
- OQ NQ - - - -
- - OQ - - - -
- - OQ - - - -
- - OQ - - - -
- - OQ - - - -
- - - OQ - - -
- - - OQ - - -
- - - - OQ - -
- - - - OQ - -
- - - - QU - -
- - - - OQ - -
- - - - - OQ -
- - - - - - OQ
- - - - - - OQ
OQ Qualified through Play-ins and Open Qualifiers
QU Automatic spot in the next RLCS season
NQ Unable to qualify through the Open Qualifier
- Didn't participate

Results by season - Oceania[edit]

  • NQ: Not Qualified from Open Qualifiers
  •   -  : Not participated in the tournament
Team Best Worst Total
Ap.
S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9
A11st A33rd 4 Z8- A11st A11st A22nd Z8- A33rd Z8-
A11st A11st 1 A11st Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A22nd 2 Z8- Z8- A22nd A11st Z8- Z8- Z8-
A11st A55th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A11st A11st A55th
A11st A66th 3 Z8- Z8- Z8- A66th Z8- A44th A11st
A22nd A66th 3 A22nd A33rd A66th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A22nd 1 Z8- A22nd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A22nd A22nd 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd Z8- Z8-
A22nd A88th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd A88th
A22nd A22nd 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A22nd
A33rd A33rd 1 A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd A33rd 1 Z8- Z8- A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd A33rd 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- A33rd Z8- Z8- Z8-
A33rd A33rd 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A33rd Z8- Z8-
A33rd A33rd 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A33rd
A44th A44th 1 A44th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A55th 2 A55th A44th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A77th 4 A66th A77th A44th A77th Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A44th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th Z8- Z8- Z8-
A44th A44th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A44th Z8- Z8-
A44th A88th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th A44th
A55th A55th 1 Z8- A55th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55th A55th 1 Z8- Z8- A55th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A55th A55th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- A55th A55th Z8- Z8-
A55th A55th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A55th Z8-
A66th A88th 2 Z8- A66th Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8-
A66th A66th 1 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A66th Z8- Z8-
A66th A88th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A88th A66th Z8-
A66th A77th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th Z8- A66th
A77th A77th 1 A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- Z8- A77th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 2 Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- A77th A77th
A88th A88th 1 A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th Z8NQ 1(2) Z8- A88th Z8NQ Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- Z8- A88th Z8- Z8- Z8- Z8-

Qualifying - South America[edit]

Participation spreadsheet by team

Team RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
OQ OQ -
OQ QU -
OQ QU -
- OQ QU
OQ OQ -
OQ - -
OQ - -
OQ - -
OQ - -
- OQ -
- OQ -
- OQ -
- - QU
- - OQ
- - OQ
- - OQ
- - OQ
- - OQ
- - OQ
OQ Qualified through Play-ins and Open Qualifiers
QU Automatic spot in the next RLCS season
NQ Unable to qualify through the Open Qualifier
- Didn't participate

Results by season - South America[edit]

  • NQ: Not Qualified from Open Qualifiers
  •   -  : Not participated in the tournament
Team Best Worst Total
Ap.
S7 S8 S9
A11st A22nd 2 A11st A22nd Z8-
A11st A44th 3 Z8- A11st A44th
A11st A11st 1 Z8- Z8- A11st
A22nd A44th 2 A22nd A44th Z8-
A22nd A22nd 1 Z8- Z8- A22nd
A33rd A33rd 1 A33rd Z8- Z8-
A33rd A44th 2 A44th A33rd Z8-
A33rd A33rd 1 Z8- Z8- A33rd
A55 - 6th A88th 2 A55 - 6th A88th Z8-
A55 - 6th A55 - 6th 1 A55 - 6th Z8- Z8-
A55 - 6th A55 - 6th 1 Z8- A55 - 6th Z8-
A55 - 6th A55 - 6th 1 Z8- A55 - 6th Z8-
A55th A55th 1 Z8- Z8- A55th
A66th A66th 1 Z8- Z8- A66th
A77th A77th 1 A77th Z8- Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- A77th Z8-
A77th A77th 1 Z8- Z8- A77th
A88th A88th 1 A88th Z8- Z8-
A88th A88th 1 Z8- Z8- A88th

Player Participation - Regional Stage[edit]

Most Appearances[edit]

3 North American, 5 European and 5 Oceania players have participated in all regional League Play seasons. This section shows in which teams these players have shown their presence in season by season.

North America[edit]

Player RLCS S1 RLCS S2 RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
United States Rizzo
United States Kronovi
United States GarrettG
United States Torment -
United States Klassux - -
United States Fireburner - -
Canada JKnaps - -
United States Matt - - -
United States Zanejackey
- - -
United States Jacob - - -
Canada Lethamyr - - -
Canada CorruptedG - - -
Canada SquishyMuffinz - - -
United States Gimmick - - -
United States Insolences - - - -
United States Chrome - - - -
United States Sizz - - - -
United States Memory - - - -
Canada Allushin - - - -
United States jstn. - - - -
Canada Sadjunior - - - - -
United States Dappur - - - - -
United States Chicago - - - - -
United States AyyJayy - - - - -
United States Wonder - - - - -

Europe[edit]

Player RLCS S1 RLCS S2 RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
Italy kuxir97
France Kaydop
France Chausette45
Netherlands remkoe
Sweden Turbopolsa
(NA)

(NA)
Sweden al0t -
England Deevo -
Netherlands ViolentPanda -
Scotland miztik - -
Norway gReazymeister - -
Finland Metsanauris - -
France Ferra - -
France Fairy Peak! - -
Germany paschy90 - - -
Scotland Markydooda - - - -
Denmark Snaski - - - -
Denmark Maestro - - - -
Finland Mognus - - -
Germany FreaKii - - - -
Austria Yukeo - - - -

Oceania[edit]

Player RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9
New Zealand Kamii
Australia Express
Australia Siki
Australia Torsos
Australia Drippay
(NA)
Australia CJCJ -
Australia shadey - -
Australia Walcott - -
Australia ZeN - -
Australia Decka - -
Australia Julz - -
Australia delusion - -
Australia Cyrix - - -
Australia Bango - - -
Australia Dumbo - - -
Australia Requiem - - -
Australia SSteve - - -
Australia Jake - - - -
Australia Ellusive - - - -
New Zealand Montyconnor - - - -
Australia Plitz - - - -
Australia SnarfSnarf - - - -
Australia Daze - - - -
New Zealand CJM - - - -
Australia Daisu - - - -
New Zealand Addzey - - - -
Australia Kia - - - -
Australia Frenzyy - - - -
Australia Le Duck - - - -
Australia Misty - - - -
Australia SPYDOGE - - - -

South America[edit]

Participants by nation[edit]

Nation/Region RLCS S1 RLCS S2 RLCS S3 RLCS S4 RLCS S5 RLCS S6 RLCS S7 RLCS S8 RLCS S9 Total
App.
United States United States 29 23 20 17 17 20 16 19 27 188
Australia Australia - - 23 21 20 22 23 21 22 152
Brazil Brazil - - - - - - 21 18 20 59
Canada Canada 3 5 5 7 7 5 7 4 4 47
France France 6 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 7 45
England England 5 3 1 4 3 1 4 4 6 31
Netherlands Netherlands 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 3 4 29
Germany Germany 3 3 3 2 3 3 2 1 3 23
Sweden Sweden 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 22
Denmark Denmark 3 2 3 1 3 4 2 2 2 22
New Zealand New Zealand - - 3 3 4 2 2 3 3 20
Scotland Scotland 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 17
Argentina Argentina - - - - - - 3 7 4 14
Finland Finland - - 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 13
Chile Chile - - - - - - 4 4 3 11
Italy Italy 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 11
Norway Norway 4 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 10
Switzerland Switzerland 2 1 - 1 - 1 - - - 5
Austria Austria - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 5
Belgium Belgium 2 - - - - - - 1 1 4
Wales Wales 1 - - - - - 1 - - 2
Ireland Ireland 1 - - - - - - - 1 2
Spain Spain 1 - - - - - - - 1 2

Team Performances - Regional Stage[edit]

North America[edit]

First Place[edit]

Second Place[edit]

Third Place[edit]

Fourth Place[edit]

Evil Geniuses
Take 3  -  Denial Esports  -  Rogue  -  eUnited


Europe[edit]

First Place[edit]

Second Place[edit]

Third Place[edit]

Fourth Place[edit]


Oceania[edit]

First Place[edit]

Second Place[edit]

Third Place[edit]

Sand Castle  -  Dark Sided  -  ORDER  -  ICON Esports  -  Cringe Society

Fourth Place[edit]


South America[edit]

First Place[edit]

Second Place[edit]

Third Place[edit]

Fourth Place[edit]


Performance by Regional Champions[edit]

North America[edit]

Champions' performance comparison
Season Champion Qual. Games Series Following
RLCS
Previous
RLCS
Team W/P % W/P %
RLCS S1 OQ 56/95 59% 12/18 67% Z8- Z8-
RLCS S2 OQ 27/44 61% 7/9 78% A11st Z8-
RLCS S3 OQ 27/36 75% 8/9 89% A33rd A11st
RLCS S4 OQ 27/37 73% 8/9 89% A33rd Z8-
RLCS S5 QU 26/38 68% 8/9 89% A22nd A44th
RLCS S6 QU 27/46 59% 7/10 70% A11st A22nd
RLCS S7 QU 29/35 83% 9/9 100% A11st A11st
RLCS S8 QU 27/36 75% 8/9 89% A33 - 4th A11st
RLCS S9 PR 30/46 65% 8/11 73% TBD A88th

Europe[edit]

Champions' performance comparison
Season Champion Qual. Games Series Following
RLCS
Previous
RLCS
Team W/P % W/P %
RLCS S1 OQ 67/92 73% 16/18 89% Z8- Z8-
RLCS S2 OQ 25/37 68% 7/9 78% A22nd A22nd
RLCS S3 OQ 28/51 55% 7/10 70% A33rd A33rd
RLCS S4 OQ 31/48 65% 8/10 80% A11st A55th
RLCS S5 QU 26/38 68% 8/9 89% A11st A11st
RLCS S6 QU 29/35 83% 9/9 100% A55th A11st
RLCS S7 QU 27/38 71% 8/9 89% A22nd A55 - 6th
RLCS S8 QU 25/39 64% 7/9 78% A55th Z8-
RLCS S9 QU 33/55 60% 9/11 82% TBD A44th

Oceania[edit]

Champions' performance comparison
Season Champion Qual. Games Series Following
RLCS
Previous
RLCS
Team W/P % W/P %
RLCS S3 OQ 29/40 73% 8/9 89% Z8- Z8-
RLCS S4 QU 29/40 73% 8/10 80% A11st Z8-
RLCS S5 QU 33/39 85% 10/10 100% A22nd A11st
RLCS S6 OQ 31/43 72% 9/10 90% Z8- A22nd
RLCS S7 QU 30/41 73% 9/10 90% A11st Z8-
RLCS S8 QU 32/43 74% 9/10 90% A55th A11st
RLCS S9 OQ 29/40 73% 8/10 80% TBD A44th

South America[edit]

Champions' performance comparison
Season Champion Qual. Games Series Following
RLCS
Previous
RLCS
Team W/P % W/P %
RLCS S7 OQ 32/46 70% 9/10 90% A22nd Z8-
RLCS S8 OQ 32/45 71% 8/11 73% A44th Z8-
RLCS S9 QU 29/38 76% 9/9 100% TBD Z8-

Player Performances - Regional Stage[edit]

North America[edit]

First Place[edit]

Second Place[edit]

United States Turtle
United States Moses  -  United States mist
United States Klassux
United States Sypical  -  Canada AxB  -  United States Arsenal
Canada Lethamyr
United States Sizz  -  United States Matt  -  United States retals  -  United States ExplosiveGyro  -  United States Atomic  -  Canada Allushin

Third Place[edit]

United States Pluto
United States Espeon
United States Gambit  -  Canada Lachinio  -  United States 0ver Zer0  -  United States Dappur  -  Canada Timi  -  United States Mijo

Fourth Place[edit]

Canada CorruptedG
United States Quinn Lobdell  -  United States Insolences  -  United States Chrome  -  United States Wonder  -  United States AyyJayy  -  United States hockser  -  United States Roll Dizz  -  United States ayjacks

Europe[edit]

First Place[edit]