Two rival high schools organize a Rocket League tournament
Rocket League is still one of the most played online games that is available, resulting in its massive presence in the world of esports. Although we typically have these tournaments in the most prestigious places, two high schools have decided to create their own competition which was a huge success.
According to Jake Lucky, Esports was a tournament held between two high schools that are rivals: Detroit Catholic Central High School as well as Dakota High School. The tournament was started in the name of Stephen Jincaj and cast by the Ferris Esports Association and Ferris Esports, which both were able to do an outstanding job.
Even though there aren’t any major numbers in esports, however, the event at a high school Rocket League tournament did have thousands of students watching video games that saw cars smash a ball against the goal. As this was an event for high schools they were able to organize a match that size is remarkable enough.
It’s a sign that esports are gaining popularity in high school, and college-level tournaments have begun to make it into the mainstream. Naturally, there are some schools that dedicate athletes to gaining proficiency in Esports, and numerous organizations that will pay for such occasions. The sport is becoming popular enough to be more than just a hobby anymore and is not a segment at all.
Because the majority of esports focus on combat games, or first-person shooters which puts Rocket League in a unique position. In light of the fact that most games are based on annual installments that make it is difficult to be updated properly in e-sports. Rocket League can stand on its own.
It’s amazing to consider how the game which features automobiles playing soccer alongside each other is becoming so hugely popular. The game has become so well-known that the developer could even afford to offer it as a free-to-play game, even though it comes that has a lot of microtransactions. It’s not only the title of the game. However, those looking to become proficient in Rocket League can only rely on their abilities.
Rocket League is available to download right now for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC.