Meet the Dreamhack Team that is sponsored by our Magazine

January 23, 2018 - 16:31
Rocketeers / Events /

Today marks the launch of the new number 1 source for all things Rocket League esports: Rocketeers.gg will hopefully become your go-to-place if you want to follow the professional Rocket League scene. We are your daily source, covering news, providing you with in-depth analysis, match recaps, interviews and guides by pro-players that show you, how to improve your game.

To make our start into the scene as impressive as possible we are the official sponsor of our own team at Dreamhack Leipzig. We want to bring three highly talented players out of the Rocket League underground scene and onto the big stage. Here are our three players:

ImaginE

Florian “ImaginE” Telle is 18 years old, comes from a small town near Nuremberg and is currently in the Top 30 in 3s solo and Top 100 in 2s. ImaginE is the captain of Team Rocketeers. You can follow ImaginE on Twitter.

MasK

Florian “MasK” Rühlmann is 21 years old and from Munich. Together with ImaginE he played as Team Tenacity at the VERITAS College Cup, Germany’s largest Rocket League esports event up until Dreamhack Leipzig. At this tournament they came in 2nd. Now they are back for more! You can follow MasK on Twitter.

ELMP

Thomas “ELMP” Prekel is a well-known Rocket League veteran from Oldenburg in Germany. The 22 year old player is a part of the Supersonic Avengers, a team with which he got a lot of experience in the RLCS and RLRS. For Dreamhack Leipzig he’s excited to be a part of our sponsored team and we’re happy to have such an experienced player on our roster for this tournament. You can follow ELMP on Twitter.

Our players are off to an impressive start. This past weekend ImaginE and MasK played the Team Expert Weekend Clash – and won the whole tournament!

Make sure to cheer for these guys during their matches at Dreamhack Leipzig. We will keep you updated on all things Dreamhack Leipzig during the weekend, so stay tuned!

Dorian discovered Rocket League when it first came to PS4. He stopped playing after he saw the RLCS for the first time and became discouraged from trying any more miserable Aerials. As a journalist with more than a decade of experience working for many of the biggest German media companies he now lives out his Rocket League passion as Head Editor for Rocketeers.gg