You know that Rocket League as an esports title has arrived in South Africa when kids run to their favourite players to take photos with the real-life legends of the game they have become accustomed to seeing online. This is exactly what happened last month when the first LAN event of the calendar year for local Rocket League was held in Johannesburg, at the Nu Metro Gaming area in Emperor’s Palace.
Esports in South Africa is booming and this Saturday, 30 March 2019, earmarks the first live tournament (LAN) of the year for the local Rocket League calendar. This tournament is arranged and hosted by Raving Mad Gamerz (RMGZ), one of SA’s most ambitious tournament organisers, along with Rocket League Xpress, the only dedicated Rocket League initiative in the country who will be doing the commentary during the tournament.
Organisation Interview: RLX interviewed the up-and-coming org, Wolf Star Gaming (WSG), “A clan created by family, for friends who become family.”
All you need to know about the VS Gaming LAN Championship for Rocket League at Comic Con Africa 2018.
Statistics for the Premier & First Division of Rocket League in VS Gaming’s second leg.
Statistics for the Premier Division of Rocket League in VS Gaming’s first leg.
A guide on how to become a fully-fledged member of South African Rocket League action.
All the upcoming changes and updates for RLX in 2018
We take a look back at South African competitive Rocket League in 2017.
We sat down with the well-spoken WesSuperman for an interesting discussion. Name: Wesley Team: iVe-Aerial Flops.