RLCS 2023 Spring Split Major viewer’s guide

RLCS 2023 Spring SPlit

RLCS 2023 Spring Split Major viewer’s guide

There’s no shortage of Rocket League esports action. We’ve all been enjoying the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) 2023 SSA events and can’t wait to see local gamers compete in the World Championship later this year. Before we get to that, however, you can tune in to watch a huge LAN event in the US this week!

RLCS 2023 Spring Split Major details

This week, from 6 to 9 July 2023, the best Rocket League teams in the world will compete at the RLCS 2023 Spring Split Major. This is an offline LAN event taking place in the US. To be specific, the event takes place in Boston at the Agganis Arena venue, hosted by developers Psyonix.

There’s a prize pool of $310,000 on the line. At the current Dollar to Rand exchange rate, that’s roughly R5.8 million. The teams are also competing for a wealth of important RLCS points.

Teams will be competing in a double-elimination bracket format. For the Upper Bracket, Round 1 and quarterfinals are best-of-five, while the semifinals and finals are best-of-seven. In the Lower Bracket, the first three rounds are best-of-five, while the rest is best-of-seven. In the Grand finals of the RLCS 2023 Spring Split, there is a bracket reset. This means that the team coming from the Lower Finals needs to win two best-of-seven series, while the team coming from the Upper Bracket just has to win one best-of-seven series.

Teams competing:
  • Team Vitality
  • Team BDS
  • Karmine Corp
  • Team Liquid
  • FURIA Esports
  • OpTic Gaming
  • Spacestation Gaming
  • Moist Esports
  • PWR
  • Ground Zero Gaming
  • Gen.G Mobil1 Racing
  • Complexity Gaming
  • Elevate
  • Rule One
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • KRÃœ Esports

You can watch all the Rocket League esports action from the Spring Split Major 2023 by tuning in to the official Rocket League channel on Twitch.

Header image via Psyonix.

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