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.

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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