Category Archives: Rocket League

Gfinity announces new TV partnership with BT Sport

Gfinity has announced that it will be teaming up with BT Sport to broadcast the Gfinity Elite Series to TV audiences. BT Sport is now the second UK broadcaster airing the Gfinity Elite Series, following the BBC's announcement last week. However, BBC's is online-only via BBC 3 and iPlayer, while BT Sports' coverage is on TV…
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Gfinity Elite Series: Week 2 recap & highlights

Welcome back to the Gfinity Elite Series recap, provided by Craig Robinson. Week two saw crucial matches take place that began to set the ladders for each game. It was an important week for understanding how strong and weak each team is.    Day 1 - Street Fighter V The first series of the day was between…
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Full Gfinity Broadcast Line-up Confirmed

With the first series taking place tomorrow, July 7th, Gfinity has now confirmed their full Broadcast line-up for their Rocket League, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Street Fighter. With Street Fighter Hadoukening things off on Friday, July 7th, with CS:GO and Rocket League taking place on the 8th and 9th respectively and running for the next 9…
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Gfinity enlists comedian Tom Deacon to present Elite Series

Gfinity has announced that British comedian and presenter Tom Deacon will be hosting the Elite Series, which gets underway on July 7th. Gfinity made the announcement in a video tweet which shows Tom rounding up the talent to help host the upcoming tournament, complete with some Street Fighter cosplay. Deacon has worked for radio broadcasters…
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Gfinity’s Elite Series prize pool is £225,000

The Gfinity Elite Series prize pool has been announced. There will be £225,000 up for grabs overall across the three games: CSGO, Rocket League and Street Fighter V. Season 1 starts on July 7th. Street Fighter matches will take place on Fridays from 6pm, CSGO Saturdays from 10am and Rocket League Sundays from 12 midday.…
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Team Endpoint move new Rocket League team into Sheffield gaming house

UK esports organisation Team Endpoint have announced their new Rocket League team will be practicing in a gaming house for the next six months. The team - consisting of Jamie "Tinny" Sparkes, Mitchell "Shakahron" Johnson and Daniel "Cheerio" Bjorklund - will be moving into the house on Friday June 30th. They will practice for the upcoming Gfinity Elite…
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