Rocket League’s race to become a Tier 1 esport

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Esports Insider

For a game where flying rocket-powered battle cars slam oversized low-gravity footballs into virtual nets, Rocket League is surprisingly skillful. Like any skill-based competitive pursuit, setting is largely irrelevant — winning requires mastery, and mastery warrants practice. Like all esports titles, Rocket League requires thousands of hours spent training and refining intricate mechanical movements, the contours of the game’s physics slowly and diligently seared into the muscle memories of its practitioners. Rocket League came from humble beginnings. Launched six-and-a-half years ago as a su…

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