Rocket League adds esports decals to the game cover image

Rocket League adds esports decals to the game

Fans can support their favorite team in the game.

In the first update of the year for Rocket League fans, Epic Games introduced esports decals. In total, there will be 31 teams with brand images in the game.

According to Epic Games, each team will receive a new Octane 2024 sticker, Fennec 2024 sticker, Dominus 2024 sticker, and 2024 player banner in the store starting Feb. 6 at 4 p.m. PST after the game's update.

Fans will soon be able to support their favorite teams by purchasing esports decals through the official Rocket League store.

Several organizations will have decals in game (Image via X)
Several organizations will have decals in game (Image via X)

How to buy Rocket League esports decals

Esports decals will be available in the official Rocket League store. The price of last season's esports decals was 300 Esports Tokens, the game's official currency. The new esports decals will be released on Feb. 6 at 4 p.m. PST or Feb. 7 at 12 a.m. UTC.

The 10 new teams added to Rocket League with esports decals are:

  1. Elevate
  2. Gentle Mates
  3. Rule One
  4. M80
  5. O.G.
  6. Rebellion
  7. Pioneers
  8. KRÜ Esports
  9. Ninjas in Pajamas
  10. Limitless

RLCS 2024

After several changes to Rocket League esports, RLCS 2024 has already had its winners in the first regional competitions. The winners of each region in the first open qualifier were:

  • North America - G2 Stride
  • South America - Complexity
  • Middle East & North Africa - Team Falcons
  • Asia-Pacific - Elevate
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - Limitless
  • Oceania - PWR

Meanwhile, the swiss phase will be held in Europe on Feb. 9.

First 2024 update

The arrival of the esports store with decals will not be the only update. Epic Games will also increase the minimum level for competitive mode from level 10 to level 20. Each player in a party will need to be level 20 or higher to queue for competitive matchmaking. This update will aim to reduce smurfs following player feedback about bad experiences in casual matches.

Epic Games stated that it's still working to "minimize behaviors that can lead to unfair matches."

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