Rocket League Trading Prices scene has grown steadily

  • What’s also unknown is when these modes will get their own competitive playlists, though the blog post hints that it will launch alongside competitive season 9 later this year.Meanwhile, the upcoming August 2018 update will introduce Rocket League‘s new progression system, accompanied by the Rocket Pass a week later. As we previously reported, Rocket Pass is basically Rocket League‘s version of Fortnite‘s Battle Pass and will likewise include free and premium versions that will net you rewards. Cross-platform parties, which were expected to launch in August, are now scheduled to launch in September.

    South America will join the three current regions in the league: North America and Europe, which have competed since the league started in 2016, and Oceania, which joined starting with season three in early 2017South America’s competitive Rocket League Trading Prices scene has grown steadily over the last two years, with Psyonix providing funding for South American events in recent weeks. Just last month, the Psyonix-funded Rocket Street SAM Championship Finals in Sao Paulo, Brazil crowned team Lotus the regional champions, with a $3,000 prize pool split between the top four teams.

    In a blog post today, Psyonix’s esports head Josh Watson called SAM “one of the most promising regions in Rocket League Esports,” and characterized the move as a “a long-overdue push by Psyonix to get more involved and support our incredible community partners in the South American region.” Psyonix plans to continue funding regional competition to help develop players and teams as their RLCS opportunity nears.“Throughout the rest of 2018, we will be ramping up our support in the region as we plan to work with existing and (hopefully) new partners to give our SAM players a plethora of opportunities to compete with the best the region has to offer,” wrote Watson.