Rocket League Championship Series Season 5 - Finals

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[e][h]RLCS Season 5 - Finals
League Information
Organizer:
Psyonix
Sponsor:
Old Spice, StateFarm, Snickers, Mobil 1, HyperX
Mode:
3v3
Type:
Offline
Location:
England London
Venue:
Copper Box Arena
Format:
Double Elimination
Prize pool:
$250,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-06-08
End Date:
2018-06-10
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Teams
Number of Teams:
10
Chronology
Upcoming Matches

RLCS Season 5 is the first RLCS season in 2018. It is the first time the RLCS is operated by Psyonix themselves, instead of Twitch.[1]

The World Championship Finals are taking place in London, England at the Copper Box Arena.

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Stage Host:

Format[edit]

  • Double Elimination
    • All games Bo5, except: Winners', Losers', and Grand Finals. Those are Bo7.

Prize Pool[edit]

$250,000 (USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

1 Team Dignitas acquires the Gale Force eSports roster prior to the World Championship.[2]

Results[edit]

Round of 10
Evil Geniuses
2
June 8, 2018 - 14:00 BST
2
1
Wasteland - OT
Chiefs Esports Club
3
compLexity Gaming
3
June 8, 2018 - 15:00 BST
2
1
Wasteland - OT
Tainted Minds
0
Quarterfinals
Team Dignitas
3
June 8, 2018 - 18:00 BST
Chiefs Esports Club
1
NRG Esports
3
June 8, 2018 - 16:00 BST
Team EnVyUs
1
G2 Esports
0
June 8, 2018 - 19:00 BST
compLexity Gaming
3
Renault Vitality
0
June 8, 2018 - 17:00 BST
Cloud9
3
Semifinals
Team Dignitas
1
NRG Esports
3
compLexity Gaming
3
Cloud9
1
Winners' Finals (Bo7)
NRG Esports
4
compLexity Gaming
0
Losers' Round 1
Renault Vitality
2
Evil Geniuses
3
Team EnVyUs
3
Tainted Minds
2
Losers' Round 2
G2 Esports
2
Evil Geniuses
3
Chiefs Esports Club
3
June 9, 2018 - 19:00 BST
Team EnVyUs
0
Losers' Round 3
Team Dignitas
3
June 10, 2018 - 14:00 BST
Evil Geniuses
0
Cloud9
3
June 10, 2018 - 15:00 BST
3
2
Chiefs Esports Club
0
Losers' Round 4
Team Dignitas
3
June 10, 2018 - 17:00 BST
Cloud9
0
Losers' Finals (Bo7)
compLexity Gaming
2
Team Dignitas
4
Grand Final (Bo7)

Player Accolades[edit]

  • World Championship MVP: Determined by a panel of RLCS Analysts and administrators.
Award Prize (USD) Player
World Championship MVP $1,000  Kaydop


For the North American region Player Accolades, click here.

For the European region Player Accolades, click here.

For the Oceania region Player Accolades, click here.

Player of the Day[edit]

Day Player
Day 1  GarrettG
Day 2  Mognus
Day 3  Team104

Additional content[edit]

Streams[edit]

Replay Files[edit]

Previews[edit]

Videos and Photos[edit]

Photos[edit]

Highlights[edit]

Top 10 Plays[edit]
Day-by-day Goals[edit]
Aftermovie[edit]

Interviews[edit]


Additional Data[edit]

Country Representation[edit]

# Country / Region #P ΔRLCS S4 Players
1 USA United States 9 0 Kronovi, Rizzo, Fireburner, GarrettG, JSTN, Torment, Gimmick, Chrome, Klassux
2 Australia Australia 5 0 Jake, Drippay, Torsos, CJCJ, Julz
3 Canada Canada 3 0 JKnaps, SquishyMuffinz, CorruptedG
4 Netherlands Netherlands 2 +1 ViolentPanda, Remkoe
4 France France 2 -2 Fairy Peak, Kaydop
4 Germany Germany 2 0 Paschy90, FreaKii
4 Sweden Sweden 2 0 Turbopolsa, al0t
4 England England 2 +1 Deevo, EyeIgnite
4 Finland Finland 2 0 Mognus, Metsanauris
10 New Zealand New Zealand 1 0 Kamii

Trivia[edit]

  • 6 out of 10 organizations in this season's RLCS LAN are making their debut outside of League Play, which includes all organizations representing Europe.
  • This is the first RLCS LAN without Mock-it eSports.
  • NRG Esports have qualified for RLCS LAN 4 times in a row.
  • For the first time, 2 English players will represent their nation at an RLCS LAN (Deevo & EyeIgnite). Season 2, 3 & 4 had one participant from England.
  • Fireburner and GarrettG are the only players that have participated in every RLCS LAN.
  • 6 former World Champions took part in this season's RLCS LAN (specifically Turbopolsa, Kaydop, ViolentPanda, Remkoe, Deevo & Kronovi).
  • This season's RLCS LAN marks the first appearance of 4 players in this event (specifically JSTN, EyeIgnite, Chrome & Julz).
  • This is the second season where North American team (Specifically NRG eSports) went to the grand finals, the other being RLCS Season 1.

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