Rocket League Championship Series 2022-23 (French dominance) in European Winter Open

RLCS 2022-23 is the twelfth season of the Rocket League Championship Series in European now and that name is french dominance.

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By Shubham Dalal | Feb 19, 2023 | 5 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


RLCS 2022-23 is the twelfth season of the Rocket League Championship Series in European now and that name is french dominance. This season RLCS is a follow-up to the inaugural annual circuit with field expansion and international majors taking place in 2021-22. 3 divisions – Fall, Winter, Spring – each consisting of 3 regional events leading into an international major.

Within each of these events, each team collects points that determine whether they will qualify for the World Championship or a World Championship wildcard. If you need more information about RLCS 2022-23 ( French dominance ) in European Winter Open then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Rocket League Championship Series 2022-23 (French dominance) in European Winter Open:

This is the official page for the first regional of the European RLCS 2022-23 Winter Split – Winter Open! There will be three European regional events during the Winter Split, each with a prize pool of $100,000 USD. The best performing teams from the region have secured their spots in the Winter Major!

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VETERANS with Vertigo and BDS walk through the street on their own on: DAY 1

This Winter Split will see a round robin group stage with four groups of four teams each. All matches will be Best of Five (BO5). The winners of each group from the group stage will receive a bye into the quarterfinals in the playoffs. Meanwhile, the 2nd and 3rd places from each group will qualify for Round 1 of the Playoffs. Unfortunately, the fourth place in each group would be eliminated.

The surprise act of the first day came from Vertigo Esports, a team made up of three Rocket League players who had never made it to an RLCS regional before. The trio impressed us with a simple sweep of AS Monaco in the first closed qualifier to make it to the event. However, even with this result, we didn’t expect anything from him when it came to the main event.The young star came out and proved everyone wrong with a stunning 3-2 victory over #4 seed Team Liquid in the first round of groups. After a 3–1 loss to Quadrant, they bounced back with a 3–1 win over Tundra to advance themselves into the playoffs. Sadly, they suffered a crushing 3-0 loss to Carmine Corp in the first round, but still, not a bad result for 3 rookies.

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The Vitality roster also showed signs of new life on Day 1. Wins against the Sonics, “suhh” and an impressive Game 5 win over Carmine Corp. meant they were able to finish at the top of their group. Can they carry this form into the weekend was a different question. Team Liquid were able to bounce back from their loss against Vertigo to come first in their group, with Oxygen Esports and G1 the other two teams topping their respective groups.An unfortunate match in the first round of the playoffs saw a second day of battle between Moist Esports and Team BDS. Sadly for the World Champs, their Fall Split form did not improve over the Christmas break as they took a shock 3-0 defeat and were eliminated. Top 12 finish. Another performance like this is not acceptable, as they cannot afford to miss another major if they want to keep their world hopes alive.

The Amigos are back to form in tournament and Vitality continues to impress to all fans: DAY 2

The playoffs will be a single elimination bracket. With Bo5 matches in the first round and best-of-seven (Bo7) matches for the rest of the playoffs, twelve teams would have to avoid a bloodbath.
Four regions are competing for their first title of the Winter Split this weekend. The regions are Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), Europe (EU), South America (SAM) and Asia-Pacific (APAC). You can check out the RLCS Winter Open schedule and live results for each region below.

The most surprising result of the quarter-finals came from the first series of the day. The young Team Liquid roster is known for being very inconsistent at times, and it showed on day one with their loss to Vertigo. Their series against the German Amigos showed this again, as they suffered a heavy 4–1 defeat. The German Amigos’ defensive style of play worked perfectly, with Team Liquid not being able to execute their usual offensive mechanical plays.

Moist took on Hot Vitality in the quarters after defeating BDS on Friday. Vitality continued from where they started on Friday with another stellar performance led by their captain Yannis “alpha54” Champenois.

Now The French Give Best Performance: DAY 3

Following his controversial departure from Moist Esports Rocket League during the transfer window, all the pressure was on Rise and his team to perform at the event. And after his impressive showing at the G1 Invitational, we expected just that. After taking down Sonic fairly easily, they now faced a Vitality team full of confidence and momentum. An incredible individual performance from Archie in this series was not enough to overcome the French powerhouse,And Vitality continues its resurgence with seven wins.

In the other semi final the German Amigos took on Carmine Corp. After their somewhat disappointing result in Rotterdam, KC were looking to start this split strong to remind everyone that they are still the top dog in Europe. The defensive playing style of the German amigos that had worked so well against Team Liquid was no match for Karmine’s impeccable offensive pressure, and it resulted in a solid sweep for the French phenoms. A completely French-speaking final is what we were given to round off the event. After his intense series against Oxygen, Vitality was at its peak with full speed behind him. However, even his peak is not enough to stop the Carmine Corp. A 4–1 victory for KC ended Vitality’s run and they were again crowned Kings of Europe.

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