FC Barcelona was one of the 12 teams competing for the prestigious title
The Rocket League World Finals took place June 21 and 23 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, with a prize pool of over $500,000. In the face-to-face culmination of its seventh competitive season, Rocket League saw teams from four different regions vie for the title; Europe, Oceania, North America, and South America.
The competition format placed the teams into four groups during the first phase. Only the top two teams from each group could move on to the playoffs.
This was the international debut for FC Barcelona, managed by Esportia. The squad consisted of Deevo, Bluey, and Alpha54. The team opened the competition, facing the Renegades of Oceania.
NRG Esports, PSG Esports, INTZ Esports, G2 Esports, Renault Vitality, GZG, Rogue, Cloud 9, Triple Trouble, and Lowkey Esports also fielded teams. After two days of competition, FC Barcelona qualified for the playoffs bracket but lost to Cloud 9 in the quarterfinals. Renault Vitality ultimately claimed the title.