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Rocket League Championship Series Season 7 - Finals



[e][h]RLCS Season 7 - Finals
League Information
Organizer:
Sponsor:
Mode:
3v3
Type:
Offline
Location:
USA Newark
Prize pool:
$529,500 USD
Start Date:
2019-06-21
End Date:
2019-06-23
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Teams
Number of Teams:
12
Chronology
Upcoming Matches

RLCS Season 7 is the first RLCS season in 2019. This season marks 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.[1] Season 7 of the Rocket League Championship Series introduces 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.

The World Championship finals are taking place in Newark, United States at the Prudential Center.

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Desk Host:

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage - June 21st-22nd
    • 12 teams split into 4 groups of 3.
    • Round Robin Bo5.
      • Tiebreakers:
        • In the case of a tie on points game differential always seeds the teams
    • The Top 2 from each group - 8 in total - advances to the Playoffs.
  • Playoffs - June 23rd
    • Single Elimination Bracket.
      • Quarter-Finals are Bo5 with the Semi-Finals and Finals as a Bo7.

Prize Pool[edit]

$529,500 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

1 Ground Zero Gaming acquires Out of Order prior to the Finals.[3]

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]


Legend
Advance to the Playoffs
Eliminated

Group A[edit]

Group A
1. NRG Esports 2-0 6-3 +3
2. PSG Esports 1-1 4-3 +1
3. INTZ eSports 0-2 2-6 -4
Group A Matches
June 21, 2019 - 14:00 EDT
NRG 3
June 21, 2019 - 14:00 EDT
3
2
DFH Stadium - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +1:38
2 INTZ
June 22, 2019 - 12:00 EDT
NRG 3 1 PSG
June 22, 2019 - 16:00 EDT
INTZ 0
June 22, 2019 - 16:00 EDT
2
3
DFH Stadium - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +0:40
3 PSG

Group B[edit]

Group B
1. G2 Esports 2-0 6-2 +4
2. Renault Vitality 1-1 4-4 0
3. Ground Zero Gaming 0-2 2-6 -4
Group B Matches
June 21, 2019 - 15:00 EDT
RV 3
June 21, 2019 - 15:00 EDT
2
1
Game 4 OT Length: +2:00
1 GZ
June 22, 2019 - 13:00 EDT
RV 1
June 22, 2019 - 13:00 EDT
1
0
Neo Tokyo - OT 
Game 2 OT Length: +1:03
3 G2
June 22, 2019 - 17:00 EDT
GZ 1 3 G2

Group C[edit]

Group C
1. Rogue 2-0 6-2 +4
2. FC Barcelona 1-1 4-3 +1
3. Renegades 0-2 1-6 -5
Group C Matches
June 21, 2019 - 12:00 EDT
RNG 0
June 21, 2019 - 12:00 EDT
0
1
DFH Stadium - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +1:03
3 FCB
June 21, 2019 - 16:00 EDT
FCB 1
June 21, 2019 - 16:00 EDT
2
3
Game 4 OT Length: +1:49
3 RGE
June 22, 2019 - 14:00 EDT
RNG 1
June 22, 2019 - 14:00 EDT
2
1
Neo Tokyo - OT 
Game 2 OT Length: +0:31
3 RGE

Group D[edit]

Group D
1. Cloud9 2-0 6-1 +5
2. Triple Trouble 1-1 4-3 +1
3. Lowkey Esports 0-2 0-6 -6
Group D Matches
June 21, 2019 - 13:00 EDT
LKE 0
June 21, 2019 - 13:00 EDT
3 C9
June 21, 2019 - 17:00 EDT
C9 3
June 21, 2019 - 17:00 EDT
3
4
DFH Stadium - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +0:46
Game 3 OT Length: +0:34
1 TT
June 22, 2019 - 15:00 EDT
LKE 0
June 22, 2019 - 15:00 EDT
3
4
DFH Stadium - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +2:01
3 TT

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals
NRG Esports
1
June 23, 2019 - 14:00 EDT
1
2
Neo Tokyo - OT 
Game 2 OT Length: +0:04
Renault Vitality
3
Cloud9
3
June 23, 2019 - 15:00 EDT
2
1
DFH Stadium - OT 
2
1
Neo Tokyo - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +0:50
Game 2 OT Length: +1:15
FC Barcelona
0
G2 Esports
3
PSG Esports
2
Rogue
3
June 23, 2019 - 13:00 EDT
3
2
Game 4 OT Length: +0:58
Triple Trouble
1
Semifinals
Renault Vitality
4
June 23, 2019 - 17:00 EDT
1
0
Game 4 OT Length: +0:24
Cloud9
0
G2 Esports
4
June 23, 2019 - 16:00 EDT
2
1
DFH Stadium - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +0:11
Rogue
0
Finals
Renault Vitality
4
June 23, 2019 - 18:00 EDT
3
2
DFH Stadium - OT 
3
2
Urban Central - OT 
Game 1 OT Length: +4:05
Game 5 OT Length: +0:52
G2 Esports
1

Player Accolades[edit]

  • World Championship MVP: Determined by a panel of RLCS Analysts and administrators.



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.

For the South American region Player Accolades, click here.

Player of the Day[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Rocket_League_Championship_Series RLCS Season 7 - Finals Stats
Day Total Score Score per game per player Total Goals Goals per game per player Total Assists Assists per game per player Total Saves Saves per game per player Total Shots Shots per game per player Total Games Total Overtimes
Rocket_League_Championship_Series Day 1 50,516 366.06 96 0.70 65 0.47 222 1.61 368 2.67 23 6
Rocket_League_Championship_Series Day 2 50,189 380.22 94 0.71 81 0.61 208 1.58 367 2.78 22 4
Rocket_League_Championship_Series Day 3 63,365 364.17 97 0.56 85 0.49 299 1.72 483 2.76 29 8
Combined 164,070 369.53 287 0.65 231 0.52 729 1.64 1,218 2.74 74 18

Additional content[edit]

Streams[edit]

Replay Files[edit]

Previews[edit]

Recaps[edit]

Day 1[edit]

Day 2[edit]

Day 3[edit]

Videos and Photos[edit]

Photos[edit]

Highlights[edit]

Top 10 Plays[edit]
Aftermovie[edit]

Interviews[edit]

Additional Data[edit]

Country Representation[edit]

# Country / Region #P ΔRLCS S6 Players
1 USA United States 10/36 (27%) +1 Fireburner, GarrettG, jstn, Torment, Gimmick, Rizzo, Chicago, Kronovi, Wonder, AyyJayy
2 France France 6/36 (16%) +3 Kaydop, Ferra, Chausette45, Kassio, Alpha54, Fairy Peak
2 Brazil Brazil 6/36 (16%) +6 Tander, Caard, renaN, Repi, PJ, Matix
4 Australia Australia 5/36 (14%) 0 Torsos, ZeN, Julz, Decka, Siki
5 Canada Canada 2/36 (6%) -1 JKnaps, SquishyMuffinz
5 England England 2/36 (6%) +1 Deevo, Bluey
5 Denmark Denmark 2/36 (6%) +1 Fruity, Ronaky
8 New Zealand New Zealand 1/36 (3%) 0 Kamii
8 Scotland Scotland 1/36 (3%) 0 Scrub Killa
8 Wales Wales 1/36 (3%) +1 Tadpole

5 nations will not be represented at this event unlike last season: Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Italy and Austria.

Trivia[edit]

  • GarrettG and Fireburner to this day still have a 100% participation rate at a RLCS World Championship.
  • 10 nationalities will be represented at this season's World Championship. This ties the all-time low record of Season 1, Season 4 and Season 5.
  • Triple Trouble is the only orgless team in this World Championship.
  • 5 nations will not be represented at this event unlike last season: Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Italy and Austria.
  • This is the first RLCS World Championship without a Dutch player taking part.
  • France is represented by 6 players at this World Championship, which is the most for a European nation since Season 4 with 4 players, also by France.
  • This is the first time Drippay will not appear at LAN since Oceania began to participate in the World Championship.
  • Torsos is the only Oceanic player to participate in every World Championship since Oceania began to participate in Season 3.
  • Tadpole is the first Welsh player to take part at a World Championship.
  • For the first time, 2 Danish players will play at a single World Championship, specifically Fruity and Ronaky.
  • FC Barcelona and Triple Trouble are the first two teams to participate at a World Championship straight after promoting to RLCS from RLRS.
  • This is the first World Championship appearance from 6 orgs/teams, specifically: FC Barcelona, Triple Trouble, Lowkey Esports, INTZ eSports, Renegades and Ground Zero Gaming.
  • Rogue returns to the World Championship for their 2nd appearance after missing out in the Regular Season 3 times in a row.
  • NRG Esports returns for their 6th straight World Championship, the most out of any organization in the RLCS History.
  • Triple Trouble, INTZ eSports and Lowkey Esports are the first RLCS World Championship teams with all players debuting at the LAN event since Season 4 with Cloud9 and Method.
  • This is the first World Championship with 4 regions taking part, introducing the South American region.
  • South America is represented by only 1 nation at the World Championship - Brazil. Until now, any region was always represented by at least 2 nations.
  • This season brings back 16 players that participated in last season's World Championship in Las Vegas.
  • This season marks the World Championship debut of 16 players, specifically:
  • The event broke the World Record for the Longest Mexican Wave with the time of 28 minutes and 13 seconds.

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