Rocket League

Competition: Win one of three double passes to the Gfinity Elite Series Finals in Sydney!

December 12, 2018

The AU Review has partnered with our friends at Alienware Australia to give away three double passes to the Gfinity Elite Series Finals this weekend! All the finals action will go down at the Gfinity esports arena at Sydney’s Hoyts Entertainment Quarter on Saturday, December 15 and Sunday, December 16. Be there live as Sydney […]

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Gfinity Elite series “more successful than initially hoped”, pushes halfway into Season 2

November 24, 2018

If you’re into the eSports scene in Australia, you’ve probably heard of the Gfinity Elite Series, hosted by Alienware. If not, here’s a quick rundown – it’s a competitive series running games of Rocket League, CS:GO and Street Fight V, to seek out and identify potential pro players that could use some sponsorship and be brought […]

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Gfinity Esports and Hoyts are building a chain of esports arenas here in Aus

February 4, 2018

Have you been watching the Overwatch League, marvelling at the production values and wondering if we’d ever get esports arenas on that scale here in Australia? Wonder no more. Gfinity Esports Australia and Hoyts are doing it right now.

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Rocket League Championship will mark Australia’s largest eSports Prize Pool

January 29, 2018

Throwdown eSports confirms The RLCS World Championship and next season of Rocket League will kick off from 4th February, 2018 with $100,000 AUD  prize pool; the largest seen in Australia to date.

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Rocket League is getting Back to the Future DLC and it’s all we’ve ever wanted

October 13, 2015

A very recognisable vehicle will arrive in Rocket League on October 21, a date that is also very important to fans of the Back to the Future trilogy.

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August 10, 2015

There isn’t a whole lot to explain when it comes to Rocket League. When people ask what it is I tell them that it’s soccer with cars. This much is true, because Rocket League’s unrelenting ability to entertain doesn’t require a complex foundation of expansive gameplay elements. Instead it revels in its simplicity and predilection […]

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