With new Rocket League Championships Series ahead of us, we thought it would be great to list some of the best and the most promising teams which will entertain us for months to come. All of the teams below have the potential to make it to the finals, so making predictions this early would be quite the challenge.
However, if you enjoy the rush from online esports betting, this list could be helpful in case you’re having a doubt about two particular teams. Let’s dive in and see which squads have earned their spot on our top 5 rankings.
1. BDS (Europe)
The current world champions, Team BDS, hold the top spot in the rankings. Since acquiring Enzo “Seikoo” Grondein before the Spring Split, they have won three of the five events they have competed in, including the World Championship, where Seikoo was awarded MVP. The greatest team from previous season might perform even better this year with extra time to synchronize.
2. G2 Esports (North America)
Since adding Massimo “Atomic” Franceschi as their most recent addition, G2 Esports has likewise been utterly dominant. Since acquiring him before the Winter Split, G2 Esports has won the Winter Major, three out of six Regional Events, and the World Championship.
Additionally, Atomic was voted MVP of the Winter Major and of North America. After placing second in the greatest Rocket League competition twice in a row, G2 Esports will be eager to win the championship.
3. FaZe Clan (North America)
Last season, FaZe Clan consistently finished in the top four, but they had trouble winning events. Despite their ongoing success, they only took home two regional event victories and none at the major level.
Now that Nick “mist” Costello has joined the team, they have already won some prizes by taking first place in rle.gg’s Roster Royale. This year, they hope to win the World Championship, and mist might be able to help them get there.
4. Karmine Korp (Europe)
Karmine Corp had a difficult start to the previous season, bombing out of the Fall and Winter Splits before earning a spot in the Majors. However, they made a turn for the better in the Spring Split, playing well enough to qualify for the Spring Major where they finished fourth.
A top-eight performance in the World Championship marked the end of their remarkable turnaround, and they arguably have a stronger roster currently. Axel “Vatira” Touret and Brice “Exotiik” Bigeard, two French superstars, have joined Amine “Itachi” Benayachi in the team’s roster.
5. Spacestation Gaming (North America)
Despite finishing last season among the top teams without an event victory, Spacestation Gaming nevertheless had a fantastic year. They placed in the top six at the Winter and Spring Majors, losing only to the winners of the two Grand Finals in each competition.
At the World Championship, they placed in the top twelve as well. They added Logan “Lj” Wilt in the off-season, who ought to get along well with superstar Daniel “Daniel” Piecenski as he begins the second season of the RLCS. Given that they won the Fall Open Invitational Qualifier with a perfect 9-0 record, Spacestation Gaming appears to be in command.