Team Away kits are coming to Rocket League. Which one is your favorite?

Psyonix introduced Rocket League Decals last year just before the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) 2021-22 Season. At the time, they also teased the possibility of Away kits coming in 2022. And they are finally here. 

The Away kits are designed by the esports teams themselves, allowing them control over the design of their cars. The car designs have visible sponsors and this allows for better brand recognition.

The game developer has not revealed information about the revenue sharing from the sale of these cars, but fans can expect teams to receive some payment from the overall sales of their designs.

An important step for esports sustainability

This move is an important step forward for esports teams to remain sustainable in Rocket League Esports. 

Complexity and Misfits Gaming will have Home and Away Kits added to the Esports Shop following the update.

Rocket League Away Kits

Meanwhile, Rocket League fans can catch up with all the esports action with the Rocket League 351 regional that kicks off Jan 28, 2022. Here is a list of all the Away kits in Rocket League.

The Home kits were on sale in the item shop for 300 Esports Tokens. 


What is Rocket League 351?

Rocket League 351 is basically the Winter event of the RLCS 2021-22. The tournament takes place over three days from January 28-30, 2022. It has a million-dollar prize pool and 16 teams in action. The event also has RLCS points on offer with the winner receiving 351 RLCS points. 

The tournament has four groups of four teams each. The teams play in a round-robin format with the winner of each group advancing to the playoffs. The second and third-placed teams move to the loser’s bracket of the playoffs. The last team in the group stage is eliminated from each group. 

Let us know which one is your favorite Rocket League Away Decals by tweeting to us @esports.

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