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The SAFE Series: Rocket League Tournament

The SAFE Series: Rocket League Tournament

Along with the Student Advancement Framework for Esports programme, Level Academy are hosting and organising a set of events in its name to advertise and promote it. One of these events is the SAFE Series: Rocket League Tournament. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

SAFE Series: Rocket League Tournament Format

Firstly, the game mode chosen for this event is Duos, and it will feature a double-bracket elimination as its format. Meaning that the team of 2 has a second opportunity at redemption if they lost their initial match or another match along the bracket. A day before the tournament kicks off, the bracket showing every single match up will be released on Level Academy’s socials, and the tournament’s discord.

When will it take place?

The SAFE Series: Rocket League Tournament will be kicking off at 5pm on Saturday, the 23rd of January. With so many teams lining up for this tournament, the event might take as long as 9pm. So make sure you clear your agenda, especially if you’re interested in participating.

What about Prizes?

Prizes will be offered to the teams that place in the top 3 at the event. Full prizes below:

  • 🥇- Team Trophy + 1st Place Medals
  • 🥈- 2nd Place Medals
  • 🥉- 3rd Place Medals

How to register to the SAFE Series: Rocket League Tournament?

If you want to be part of the action, be sure to head over to the Rocket League Tournament application form here. Fill in all your team’s details, including In-Game and Discord ID’s and submit. There are no age restrictions or rank limitations, so if you’re interested in competing, do not hesitate to apply!

One thing that is important to bear in mind, is that the main discord that will be used for the tournament is the official Rocket League Malta discord. If you still haven’t joined, click here to join.

We haven’t had a proper Rocket League tournament in a while, and with so many local talents on the island, we’re sure to have an unforgettable event.

Rumors are hinting that there’s going to be loads of competition for the first local Rocket League event in 2021. Will Project Eversio or Valid Unit reign supreme, or will an up and coming duo of prodigies take them down? 

Nathan Bonello

Nathan Bonello

20-year-old competitive Warzone player. Previously competed in CS:GO and VALORANT. Writes articles on this website :)