RLCS 22-23 Winter Open schedule and live results for NA, MENA and OCE regions [winners announced]
The RLCS Winter Open for 2022-23 season is here! Here are all the details, schedule and results for the NA, MENA, OCE region.
The Winter season for the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) 2022-23 has already started! The second split of the RLCS 2022-23 season will be introduced with the first qualifier, the Winter Open. Seven regions will fight among the best in each region to get to the well-sought prize: the Winter Major that will be happening this March in San Diego, United States. Esports.gg is here to provide you with the details, schedule, and live results for the RLCS 2022-23 season.
Be sure to bookmark this page as we will be updating the schedule and live results for the RLCS Winter Open for the NA, MENA, and OCE regions.
You can check out the winners, details and results for the EU, SAM, APAC and SSA region over here.
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RLCS Winter Open format
Each region will have its own Winter Open where the best sixteen teams in the region are sent to the battlefield. The dates for each region's Winter Open are:
- SSA: 27-29 January
- EU: 27-29 January
- SAM: 27-29 January
- APAC: 28-29 January
- MENA: 2-4 February
- NA: 3-5 February
- OCE: 3-5 February
This Winter Split will see a Round Robin Group Stage with four groups of four teams. All matches will be best-of-five (Bo5). The winners of each group from the Group Stage will receive a bye into the quarterfinals in the playoffs. Meanwhile, the second and third place from each group will qualify for Round 1 of the playoffs. The fourth place of each group will, unfortunately, be eliminated.
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The playoffs will be a single elimination bracket. Twelve teams will have to survive the bloodbath, with Bo5 matches in the first round and best-of-seven (Bo7) matches for the rest of the playoffs.
There are currently four regions competing this weekend for their first title of the Winter Split. The regions are North America (NA), Middle East & North Africa (MENA), and Oceania (OCE). You can check out the RLCS Winter Open schedule and live results for each region down below.