All you need to know about the Rocket League Championship series London Major.

The Major 2 of the Rocket League Championship Series is coming to London, bringing all Rocket League enthusiasts together. The event which is the pinnacle of Rocket League esports has a sizeable prize pool as well as RLCS points on offer. Here’s all you need to know about the event including the live score, format, and prize pool.

What is the Prize Pool for RLCS Major 2?

The Rocket League Championship Series Major 2 London has a $255,000 prize pool. A big amount of the prize pool goes to the winning team, but overall, the prize pool distribution ensures even some low-ranged teams get some prize money.

Here’s the prize pool distribution and final standings of the event.

Which teams are participating in the event

There are a total of sixteen teams participating in the RLCS Major 2. These include four from Europe, four from North America, two from Oceania, two from South America, two from MENA region, and one each from Asia-Pacific as well as Sub-Saharan.

The diverse nature of participating teams truly makes this event an international event and one to enjoy if you are a Rocket League fan. This article will receive regular updates once the participating teams are known.

Where can I watch RLCS Major 2?

The RLCS Major 2 will broadcast live on Twitch. The tournament will have multiple language broadcasts, including Portuguese, French, Dutch as well as Latin American. There might also be German TV and Japanese broadcasts that will cater to a wide range of audiences from all over the world. 

We have embedded the English stream broadcast below for your convenience.

What is the tournament format?

The tournament has a Swiss stage group stage for two days. On June 20 and June 21, the 16 teams will play in a Swiss System format. All matches in the group stage are best-of-five series. After a very detailed and competitive group stage, the top eight teams advance to the playoffs.

The Playoffs are a single-elimination bracket leaving little room for error. The matches are best-of-seven series and every team will try its very best to win. It’s not just because of the sizable prize pool but also because the tournament gives away RLCS points that will become useful later in the season. 


Regardless of whether your favorite team continues in the event or is out of the event, if you are a Rocket League fan you should watch this tournament. 

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