Another Rising Stars season has ended. With a cumulated €5500 prize pool in the whole circuit, it has offered great competition, clearing the path to RLCS for some of the players. Let’s break this huge season down.
Nicecactus, Rocket Baguette, Golden Dust Cup and Team FireWall are happy to announce a sponsoring partnership for the Rising Stars, an European Rocket League circuit for which Nicecactus will provide, through its Grassroots Esports Fund, a prize pool and a series of exclusive tournaments.
The first Rising Stars season has concluded with the triumph of Baguette Squad over Dead Rabbits. It is now time to take a look at the incredible figures of the circuit that generated an astonishing amount of Rocket League esports.
Rocket Baguette just launched the first season of the Rising Stars, its new European Rocket League circuit composed of regional championships and European cups. Almost 2000 players distributed in 524 teams have joined the 8 regional leagues operated by Rocket Baguette and its local partners.
The Rising Stars circuit is being launched in Europe. It consists in 8 leagues covering 14 countries that will lead to a continental competition, the Superstar League. You’re intrigued. The graphics look cool, maybe we’re dealing with some professional stuff, there surely is some sweet prize pool… Well, not really. The Rising Stars are just a community event. The most ambitious Rocket League has ever seen. And it needs you, the players.
While the Superstar League is more than halfway through its season, the regular RBRS season has now been over for a few weeks, after the playoffs concluded. It is now time for the post-mortem report of this unprecedented season.
The most ambitious league-play competition of the Rocket League scene is back for a third season. For the first time, there have been some tweaks to the format in order to build the foundations of an European Leagues circuit. Let us share our plans regarding the Rocket Baguette Rising Stars with you.