The GO Malta eSports Festival 2017 - RL Tournament 3v3

Past Tournament
Tournament Starts: November 24th, 2017 at 8:00pm
Tournament Ends: November 26th, 2017 at 8:00pm
Game: Rocket League
Platform: PC

Overview

An esport which is perhaps not the most reputable is that of Rocket League. If you've been following our news articles you'll see that we've covered it a few times. Constituting the basic elements and regulations of a beloved sport in a vehicular manner is all the gamer is. Its simplicity is the reason for its relative success. That's why the title will be included as a casual game available to everybody, a sort of a competitive stress-ball in a way. Keep reading to find out the hows and why of the game's incorporation in The GO Malta eSports Festival 2017

 

It being our fifth iteration of the festival, now extremely well-established across the island, it will be packing some intense competition with fierce ambition from a hoard of participants. Raising the standard yearly, which Gamers.com.mt is especially proud off, we're ecstatic to introduce a title familiar to gamers on the largest platforms. However, if you are seriously talented at the game, there should be no stopping you. 

 

When it comes to the local scene, there isn't too much to comment about. Yet, we did include the game last year too. Last year, the tournament was team based and we'll probably stick to a similar format. Winners from the previous year include The Vultures , OMT and OMT 2. It will be interesting to see if any of these teams return for the second year. 

 

Nonetheless, there will be a relaxed environment; laughs and jokes all-round to make it a much anticipated part of the schedule. Temporarily calming nerves, Rocket League will be a part of this year's festival.

Entry Fee

€35 per player (Casual Area Tournaments Ticket)

Prize Reward
1 €250 + Trophy

Location

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