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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 (https://www.twitch.tv/johnnyboi_i). 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.

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 eFootball.pro (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 (https://www.twitch.tv/rocketleague).

For RCDeSports, Cone will be in action on Saturday at 12.00pm playing the phase II of the Futchampions Cup V (https://www.twitch.tv/cone1996fc), 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!

ESPANYOL DOMINATES THE ROCKET LEAGUE RIVAL SERIES AND WINS VFO CUP

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It was a tough weekend for the Rocket League squad, but the team overcame the pressure and conquered two more victories, climbing straight to the 1st place of the RLRS.
Due to the delay in the first round, this weekend we had a double doses of Rocket League Rival Series.

On Friday, the pericos faced the French team Solary (one of the favorites to ascend to RLCS) in an exciting duel that ended up going to Espanyol esports after a great comeback. The final result was 3-2.
With this important victory, the team faced Saturday’s match full of confidence. Our pericos left everything on the field and defeated WDG with an outright 3-0 that gives them the leadership of the division.

Concerning FIFA20 the VFO Xbox boys (11×11) have conquered the VFO Cup as well, collecting all 3 titles: League, Cup and LECP. An historic achievement in the spanish FIFA community.
At the Cup final Espanyol beat Vanguard with a solid 5-0 proving again their consistency in the last two seasons (double titles).
And guess what, Cone has done it again on FUT Champions. One more week and 2 more victories with a 27-3 on Xbox (platform in which he was top 50 recently) and a 29-1 on PS4, almost reaching the weekly Top 100, thus proving to be one of the best and most regular players in the Spanish scene.

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.

Esportia hits the Rocket League DreamHack in Valencia

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FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol are two of the 32 teams competing in the world championship

The Rocket League Pro Circuit will take place over the weekend of July 6 and 7 within DreamHack. Valencia will be the host city this time around, and the event will attract tens of thousands of visitors, as the Psyonix game’s championship is just one of the many attractions.

FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol are two of the 32 teams that will vie for the World Championship of Rocket League. Although Cloud9 claimed last year’s title, the two Esportia teams start as great contenders this time around.

The Perico club starts from group D and earned its spot in the Iberian Dreamcup, while Barça will begin competition in the group C in Valencia.

All matches will be played locally, and competition kicks off July 5 from 12:45 PM. The groups will compete simultaneously. The Grand Finals will be streamed on the official Rocket League Twitch channel and will start Sunday the 7th at 18:45.

ELS Masters Reveals Details On Its Next Season

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The finals and prize-pool both receive an overhaul

July 9 marks the beginning of the sixth season of ESL Masters, featuring Supercell’s Brawl Stars. July 11 will see kick-off in the event’s Rocket League competition, with FC Barcelona competing under the management of Esportia. This year, playoffs will feature face-to-face competition as opposed to online.

The competition format will be the same that thousands of fans enjoyed last year: a regular season of eight teams ending in a semi-final playoff. The prize pool sees a boost to 15,000€ with the Brawl Stars team taking home 10,000€.

July is when the brawlers will jump back into the game arena, and the ball will roll again on the field“, said the Spanish company in an announcement. Competition begins every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00 PM. However, due to holidays, the ESL has set a 27-day break during August, leaving the final stretch of the season for September.

Throughout the weekend of June 15 and 16, Team Queso and FC Barcelona won in Brawl Stars and Rocket League respectively. Here’s hoping for another fantastic outing.

RCD Espanyol Esports Wins The GG Series – Gamergy Edition

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The Rocket League team of los pericos beat all their rivals

This weekend’s biggest Rocket League competition was The GG Series – Gamergy Edition. The only Esportia managed team competing, RCD Espanyol of Barcelona eSports, took home first place in the Madrid competition.

The first rounds took place Friday the 21st, where the Magic los pericos triad became one of the favorites with their high-level performance. Stake, Zamue, and MiSTeR uBe reached the Saturday final where they played against ARG, another Spanish club. In a close match, RCD Espanyol won, allowing them to leave the tournament undefeated.

“We are very proud to wear the Espanyol jersey. Little by little, we’re gaining more confidence. At DreamHack Valencia, we will continue to give our best,” said coach Isengard after the final. At the same time, Zamué echoed his coach with an eye towards the future competition in Valencia.

During the competition, RCD Espanyol First Division team striker, Borja Iglesias visited the Rocket League squad and celebrated their victory.

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.