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Rocket League

ESL Gaming and DreamHack are now esports partners of the Rocket League Championship Series

The deal is said to span multiple years and will see the pair collaborate on a variety of competitions.

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Psyonix has revealed that it has signed a multiple year partnership with ESL Gaming and DreamHack, seeing the pair join the Rocket League Championship Series as its latest partners.

In the announcement post, we're told that the deal will see the three working together to operate and run competitions, as well as working together to produce and support official broadcasts and the return to live events.

On top of this, it has also been mentioned that the deal will see DreamHack and ESL bring RLCS tournaments to even more regions around the globe, with a focus on growing competition in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as in the North of the Asia-Pacific region, and in the Sub-Saharan African regions.

"Rocket League is one of the fastest growing properties in esports and we're proud to partner with Psyonix to support its continued growth," said Michael Van Driel, SVP of game management at ESL Gaming. "We've been big believers in Rocket League Esports since day one, and we are really excited to take the next steps in our collaboration with Psyonix to help create the highest possible quality of competition for fans and teams around the world."

The RLCS is currently in full swing, with the Fall Split Major officially kicking off today. Be sure to catch all the action for this event here.

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