Barça and Espanyol are Top 20 on the Rocket League World Rank

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It’s no secret that both Barça esports and RCDeSports are two of the best Rocket League teams at the moment,
and their latest performances have put them high up in the world and European rankings.

FC Barcelona is 8th amongst the best teams of the world and 4th in Europe, reflecting a solid season with their focus on being the world’s best.
reflecting a solid season with their focus on being the world’s best.

Meanwhile, Espanyol’s squad has been making jaws drop with 12 official wins in a row since January, they are now #14th in the world.
The victories include 3 Rival Series matches (the European second division of Rocket League), where they are leaders in solo, the Rival Series, the Golden Dust Cup and The European Invitational which includes teams from the RLCS (Europe’s main division). These results make Espanyol the only team in the Top 20 World Rank that doesn’t play in the RLCS.

The new Rocket League Major kicks off with two Esportia teams: FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol

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The European Invitational started yesterday putting together all the TOP teams of Europe. The Esportia teams, Barça esports and RCDeSports, ended the first round with different results.

The European Invitational is a tournament organized by John “Johnnyboi_i” MacDonald, a prominent personality in the Rocket League community.
The tournament is formed by 11 invited teams – all 10 teams of the RLCS (Rocket league Championship Series) and 1 special guest from the Middle East, SandRock Gaming – plus 5 qualified RLRS teams, 16 participants in total.

After a very complicated and tight first match, Barça esports ended up losing 1-3 against Veloce esports.
The culés had a better start, kicking strong and hard on the first set, but the english team made its comeback winning the following 3 matches.
However, Barça esports has two more opportunities to qualify for the next round.
The next step is to beat Servette Geneva today at 8pm ( This is expected to be an easier match for the blaugranas.

For RCD Espanyol things went differently, the pericos had to face Triple Trouble for the third time in 3 weeks, managing their 3rd victory in a row against the former Barça player, Bluey.

RCDeSports went to overtime after starting with 3-2 in the first set. Triple Trouble managed to win the next two sets but Espanyol wouldn’t let them have it and imposed a 3-2 in the 5th set, gaining the Group D leadership.

The pericos are only one victory away to get their pass for the next round
and they will go for it next Tuesday, march 10th against Reciprocity, an RLCS team that will not go easy on them.


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Monday arrives after a weekend in which the main teams and players of the Esportia ecosystem have reached their goals.

Let’s start with Barça eSports and their performance in the RLCS (Rocket League Championship Series) against a direct rival in the standings: Reciprocity. The “culés” won fair and square by 3-1, maintaining the 4th position and with Deevo being nominated MVP of this round.
As for the PES players, the eFootball.Pro competition took a break this week.

The Espanyol Rocket League team had a pause this week too from the RLRS after their double round with double victory last week.
Cone played the Futchampions Cup V phase II in which he lost on the losers bracket, after winning the first round in the penalties (4-4) against Jablett. He then lost in the penalties to Serhatinho, falling to the losers bracket where he didn’t resist JOlivera10yt.
The good news is Cone is back to the eCopa and he is going straight to the finals as his last opponent, Berard88, was disqualified by the organization for not having residence in Spain, which is one of the requirements to participate in the competition.

rom Getafe’s side eltito managed to be one of the finalists from the Group 4 (Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla y León) of the RFEF PS4 eCopa. The “azulón” will now play the eCopa finals this weekend in Madrid. This means that two teams managed by Esportia, Espanyol (Xbox) and Getafe (PS4), have players in the final of the eCopa, organized by the Spanish Football Federation.

The 8 finalists of the eCopa (4 from PS4 and f4 from Xbox) will fight alongside the 24 best ranked FIFA player for 2 spots in the Spanish Fifa20 national team.

The matches for this weekend: FC Barcelona, RCD Espanyol and Getafe

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The last weekend of february is here and we bring you the schedule for the teams managed by Esportia:

Starting with Barça esports, the blaugranas are currently playing RLCS (Rocket League Championship Series) and (eFootballPES). This weekend Konami’s competition takes a break until the next weekend (07/03/20), leaving the stage entirely to Rocket League.
Ronaky, Deevo and Flakes take on Reciprocity, a direct rival for the the 3rd position, on Sunday at 8.30pm. You can watch it live at the Rocket League Twitch channel (

For RCDeSports, Cone will be in action on Saturday at 12.00pm playing the phase II of the Futchampions Cup V (, In the meantime, the Rocket League squad will take a break from the RLRS (Rocket League Rival Series) after last weekend’s double round with double victory,
and will play the Golden Dust Cup on thursday at 9.30pm against Team Paragon.

From Getafe’s side Eltito_delfifa is going strong in the eCup, and will play the quarter finals this evening (friday) at 7.30pm followed by the semi-finals if he wins. Good luck! We are poised for another exciting weekend!

RCD Espanyol is the new champion of Rocket League ESL Masters Spain

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The pericos, a team managed by Esportia, beat the FC. Barcelona eSports at the semifinal, and ARG at the big final, winning the ESL Masters Spain for the first time after only 6 months competing in Rocket League.

Both FCB and ARG compete on the main european leagues RLCS and RLRS, respectively. 

Last saturday at Madrid Games Week, one of the main national events in the industry, Espanyol didn’t start as a favorite to win the title. 

The “pericos” came in the 4th position, and were up against the reigning champion and big favorite, FC Barcelona, a more experienced team with a bigger budget.

The semi-final was a BO5 and it started off very balanced, with connectivity problems for both sides. FCB won the first game by a very tight 3-2, but RCDE never stopped believing and turned it around on the second and third matches with a double 1-3. 

On the 4th game Barça was ahead again but a magical goal from captain Stake just 27 seconds before the end of the match brought back the hope to RCDE, and when there were only 9 seconds left on the clock Nachitow scored! 

It was the end of the dream for the culés, they failed to reclaim the title, and a fresh new beginning for Espanyol de Barcelona. 

But if the semi-final against FCB was an emotional rollercoaster, the BO7 final against ARG was a heart attack! 

The teams played all 7 matches with 4 overtime periods. Tied at 3-3, Espanyol took the last game with a total of 11 goal shots and and goal for each team member.  

Espanyol is the new official champion and Zamué was nominated MVP of the finals. 

This trophee is the result of a big team effort and a true champion attitude of never giving up no matter what. 

Stake (captain), Zamué (MVP), and Nachitow, along with the coach Arleyobi, have made history for RCD Espanyol de Barcelona. 

Barça esports presents their new team for RLCS Season 8

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Following the departure of Yanis “Alpha54” Champenois to join TSM, the club has signed the danish talent Aldin “Ronaky” Hodzic, former captain at Triple Trouble.
At only 18 years old, Ronaky led the team to the quarter finals of the last Rocket League World Championship in New Jersey. Spanish player Adrián “ByMateos” Mateos has left the team to pursue new goals.
FCB also presented a new Rocket League coach, Germán “El General” Micciullo, who comes in to replace Robert “Roken” Kendall.
The “General” promises to give the project a new vision, and aims to take the team to the next Rocket League World Championship finals.

RCD Espanyol eSports announces Pro_Kaiiseer as their new FIFA player

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The pericos club bets on 1 × 1 in FIFA with the signing of David “Pro_Kaiiseer” Blázquez

RCD Espanyol announced via their caster, Isengard, that David “Pro_Kaiiseer” Blázquez would join the club as their new representative in FIFA.

The Catalan player has been on the competitive scene for five years. Last season he represented Nástic eSports and placed 38th in the Virtual LaLiga.

His feats include taking the DreamHack Movistar and Movistar Major cup last year, reaching the Gamergy finals, winning the Flaixback Cup, and placing top 8 in the official PlayStation leagues.

Kaiiseer arrives at Espanyol in Barcelona excited about the project and motivated to fly with the Blue and Whites. “I hope to win many titles wearing these colors and be able to represent Espanyol as they deserve.” said the player in his official presentation.

RCD Espanyol Esports and FC Barcelona Esports compete in DreamHack Valencia

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The best Rocket League teams in the world rank in the top-third

After Leipzig and Dallas, the city of Valencia was the next host for DreamHack, an event which saw the 32 best teams in the world of Rocket League go head to head, among which were RCD Espanyol eSports and FC Barcelona eSsports, both managed by Esportia. They competed over three days for a total prize of $100,000.

The event hosted two simultaneous streaming channels from which most of the competitions could be followed live. RCD Espanyol eSports was part of group D, along with NRG Esports, Rogue, and Dignitas. FC Barcelona eSports was part of group B, along with G2, Ghost Gaming, and The Bricks.

Two days of the competition were dedicated to qualifiers and one for the playoffs. RCD Espanyol Esports failed to reach the playoffs after a very close match against GC Aura Esports, while FC Barcelona Esports continued to the first phase of the playoffs, where they face The Bricks.

PSG Esports took home the championship, after winning in the final against North American NRG. According to the organization, the event attracted 65,000 people.

RCD Espanyol Wins the Peninsular Dreamcup

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The Blue and White qualified for the DreamHack in Valencia

RCD Espanyol of Barcelona Esports won the peninsular Dreamcup, and will move on to the DreamHack Pro Circuit event in Valencia from July 4th to the 6th. The event is considered to be one of the most prestigious international Rocket League competitions.

The parakeet club had to take on the best teams in Spain, but the RCD Espanyol players arrived in good form and stayed that way through the final phase. No surprise from the team which dazzled at the ESL Masters.

RCD took on Besiktas JK, who won three sets in the first round. In the quarter-finals, they staged a comeback to defeat The Unit Esports, in a massive upset for the tournament. The finals saw the blue and white take on ARG. They won the first three matches, but ARG managed to tie the best of seven series with three consecutive wins of their own. The decisive semifinal match came down to the final five seconds where Stake of RCD scored the winning goal taking the team to a 3-2 victory.

The final match was played against ASP Esports, Portuguese champions. RCD lost in their first round but staged a four win-rally to take the cup and ensure their position in the DreamHack event.


FC Barcelona Opens Dedicated Esports Social Media Channels

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Twitter and Instagram will be the main platforms of the Catalan club

On Friday, June 14, FC Barcelona officially opened dedicated esports social media accounts. Twitter and Instagram will be the main platforms for this new initiative, which will see FCB Esports publicizing their progress and accomplishments in multiple games, including Rocket League and Pro Evolution Soccer. You can find them @FCBesports.

This is yet another step in the road towards the fusion of sports and esports. The recognition and reputation that define Barca’s world presence will contribute to the visibility of electronic sports, and help remove taboos still held by some critics.

The challenges for the Catalan club in the esports sector are linked with Rocket League, as both national and international finals are approaching. At the Spanish level, Barca will play in the final qualifies for the ESL Masters on Sunday, June 16, where they are favored to win. Internationally, the club plays in the Rocket League Championship Series finals starting on June 21.