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July 2019

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.

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.