Psyonix, the developers of Rocket League, have announced the first ever Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) National Championship in collaboration with Tespa.
The championship is set to take place in Arlington, Texas on December 8. Four teams will be competing to win their share of a USD25,000 scholarship prize pool.
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Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, in partnership with Tespa, announced today the first-ever live Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) National Championship. Taking place on December 8, 2018, at the Esports Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the CRL National Championship will see the four best collegiate teams from across North America compete for their share of a $25,000 USD scholarship prize pool.
In addition to watching the competition on stage, attendees will also have the opportunity to play Rocket League in an onsite freeplay area and purchase event merchandise. Tickets will go on sale in the next few weeks with more information to follow.
Collegiate Rocket League is in its second season and has had over 400 unique teams from 250 different schools compete this year. There are three more weeks of Conference Play on Monday and Tuesday beginning at 4:00 PM PT on Twitch to decide which teams will head to Texas for the National Championship.