Four Rocket League teams qualified for the RLCS 2022-23 World Championship playoffs.

The RLCS 2022-23 World Championship has witnessed some of the best Rocket League play ever to be seen! Sixteen teams went into the group stage and four of them have already booked their place in the RLCS World Championship playoffs.

Let's take a look at the teams involved at the top and all you need to know heading into the backend of the playoffs!

Team Liquid in its first RLCS World Championship

Going into their first RLCS World Championship, this young team has worked hard to be among the top Rocket League teams in the world.

Team Liquid faced Complexity Gaming in its first match. The two teams fought back-and-forth to a standstill across the first six games, to no avail. The match continued to game seven, which was when Oski managed to score the winning goal with eleven seconds on the clock.

The team then faced KRÜ Esports, who is on a roll after defeating fellow SAM team Ninjas in Pyjamas. KRÜ Esports has been a defensive wall all season, nearly impenetrable. However, Team Liquid was firing hot on offense, breaking down that KRÜ Esports wall and knocking them down to the lower bracket.

Oski said in the post-match interview, "Each time we played them (SAM region teams), it gets harder. I feel like each team we play from the minor regions, they always play better. (For example) Elevate, they improved a lot. I feel like the minor regions are gonna come up. He then continued to talk about their drive to move forward, "Top eight, it's what we do every major, we kind of used to it by now. As I said, the work we put into this LAN (Worlds) especially, we need to at least get the top 4 to be satisfied."

KRÜ Esports faces Team Falcons next in the lower bracket. Meanwhile, Team Liquid waits in the playoffs and will go against the winner of Spacestation Gaming and Rule One.

Team Vitality take down number one team

The French superstars is definitely looking to complete their season with a dazzling RLCS World Championship trophy.

Team Vitality went into its first match of the tournament having to face fellow EU comrade, Moist Esports. The wettest team at the RLCS World Championship gave them a tight fight every game, forcing overtime on almost every match. Despite a valiant effort, Team Vitality has its gameplan figured out and wouldn't let Moist Esports take a single game.

Vitality continued its confident striking against NA's number one team, SpaceStation Gaming. The french organization was vicious in a convincing outing, only dropping one game against Spacestation Gaming in overtime of game two. SpaceStation Gaming fell to the lower bracket and go against the MENA team, Rule One.

Team Vitality now places among the top eight teams in the tournament, and face the winner of the match between KRÜ Esports and Team Falcons.

Gen.G Mobil1 Racing looking for another RLCS win

Gen.G Mobil1 Racing has been a force to be reckoned with in the RCLS. The Fall Major champions had a challenging season and now come to the post-season to prove NA's worth in the international scene.

The squad had to face Twisted Minds, who had been climbing their way out of the Wildcard with determination. TM gave Gen.G a hard time during the match, claiming the first two games. After a timeout, Gen.G collected itself and managed counter Twisted Minds gameplay. This led them to a four game winning streak In the end, Gen.G knocked down Twisted Minds to the lower vracket.

It was then time for an NA squareoff against G2 Esports, who managed to climb to the top of the Wildcard event, purely on determination. However, they only managed to take a game off Gen.G, who showed more control and clutch play on the field. G2 Esports will face Moist Esports in the lower bracket.

Gen.G will play in the playoffs this Saturday against either Karmine Corp or Complexity Gaming.

Team BDS itching to raise another RLCS Worlds trophy

Last year's world champions, Team BDS is ready to defend its title. That campaign began with a strong showing that led into the RLCS World Championship.

They first had to face the ferocious Team Falcons in the upper bracket quarterfinal. They took down with a 4:2 score, knocking Team Falcons to the lower Bracket.

Team BDS then faced French powerhouse Karmine Corp, who tried its hardest to force the sixth game but fell in the overtime of the last game. Karmine fell to the lower bracket and will face Complexity Gaming.

Team BDS will play against the winner of the match between G2 Esports and Moist Esports.

RLCS World Championship continues today where four more teams will qualify for the playoffs of the tournament. You can keep up-to-date with the schedule and live results over here.

Stay tuned to for more Rocket League content and esports news!