Enter the Rocket League NGL Rocketeers Championship!

June 3, 2020 - 00:40
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The NGL Rocketeers Championship 1v1 tournament series for Rocket League is currently underway, and is set to award a total of €1,000 over the course of the competition with the finals taking place this summer.

Eager to enter? Here’s what you need to know:

What is it?

The NGL Rocketeers Championship is a 1v1 competition in Rocket League held in partnership between the National Gaming League (NGL) and Rocketeers, your source for Rocket League esports coverage.

The tournament series begins with four online qualifying events, with the winner of each qualifier earning automatic entry into the finals. Ultimately, the qualifiers will meet at online final this summer to determine the ultimate champion.

The finals were originally planned to take place at LVL in Berlin, but due to the ongoing challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the decision was made to hold the event online instead.

Who can enter?

The competition is open to residents of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Players may compete on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch.

For full tournament rules and regulations, please click here.

How do I enter?

The first three finals are already complete, which means there’s just one more chance to qualify for the finals this summer. Qualifier #4 will take place on Friday, June 4, and you can sign up here.


We have three finalists so far, with Emrebeast winning the first online qualifier and LiFox joining after winning the second qualifier. Now Fabso has won the third qualifier to join his BERG teammate in the finals.

We’re looking forward to welcoming one more finalist before crowning our first NGL Rocketeers champion this summer.


Andrew is the Lead Editor of Rocketeers, and has been covering Rocket League esports since RLCS S1 for publications such as Red Bull Esports, Esports Insider, The Esports Observer, and Waypoint. He is also currently the Content Lead for The Esports Journal magazine and has written about games, gadgets, etc. for 100+ publications since 2006.