Turbopolsa

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Player Information
Name:
Pierre Silfver
Birth:
August 9, 1998 (1998-08-09) (age 20)
Country:
Status:
Active
Approx. Total Earnings:
$118,535
Alternate IDs:
Turururu, Turbop0lsa, Turbo
Current Role:
Player
Links
History
2015-11-18 – 2015-12-02
2015-12-02 – 2016-03-03
2016-03-03 – 2016-05-23
2016-05-23 – 2016-08-09
2016-08-24 – 2016-11-08
2017-06-23 – 2018-05-22
2018-05-22 – Present
Upcoming Matches

Pierre "Turbopolsa" Silfver (born August 9, 1998) is a Swedish Rocket League player. He won RLCS S3 subbing for Northern Gaming's Maestro, as well as becoming the first ever three-time RLCS World Champion, winning RLCS S4 and RLCS S5. He currently plays for Team Dignitas.

Information[edit]

Settings[edit]

Camera settings (list of) Last updated on 2018-06-12 (63 days ago).
Camera shakeFOVHeightAngleDistanceStiffnessSwivel speedTransition speedBall camera
No110100-3.02700.406.91.30Toggle
Control settings[1] (list of)
PowerslideAir rollBoostJumpBall camBrakeThrottle
PowerslideAir rollBoostJumpBall camBrakeThrottle

Hardware[edit]

ControllerMonitorHeadset
 Sony DualShock 4 (Blue) BenQ XL2411z HyperX Cloud Alpha

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2018-07-15 A11st A2Major Northern Arena: Rocket League Invitational 2 4 : 1 $15,000
2018-06-10 A11st A2Premier RLCS Season 5 - Finals 4 : 3 $100,000
2018-04-22 A11st A2Premier RLCS Season 5 - Europe 4 : 1 $20,500
2017-12-03 A22nd A2Premier ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League 3 : 4 $30,000
2017-11-12 A11st A2Premier RLCS Season 4 - Finals 4 : 0 $55,000
2017-10-15 A11st A2Premier RLCS Season 4 - Europe 4 : 3 $17,250
2017-07-23 A22nd A2Major DreamHack Atlanta 2017 3 : 4 $12,000
2017-07-16 A22nd A2Major FACEIT X Games Rocket League Invitational 3 : 4 $15,000
2017-06-18 A22nd A2Major DreamHack Summer 2017 2 : 4 $12,000
2017-06-04 A11st A2Premier RLCS Season 3 - Finals 4 : 3 $55,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • Turbopolsa is the only player who has won the RLCS three times.

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2018[edit]

2017[edit]

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