Collegiate Rocket League Expanding Into Europe

Rocket League Esports recently announced that the Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) is expanding to include Europe. This means that the Psyonix-run league will open up its competitions to European universities. Additionally, Europe is expected to host the Collegiate Rocket League World Championship.

“Looking back, CRL has exceeded our expectations as a league over its nearly five-year history. With the expansion of community-university leagues in Europe, a live World Championship, and more to come this summer, we’re excited to see where CRL continues to go. With all that said, we want to say thank you to the wonderful collegiate community that has supported CRL for the last five years. We wouldn’t be at this moment without you, and we’re looking forward to what the future holds for CRL,” reads a Rocket League Esports blog post.

Several regional leagues will be established across the continent to identify the best teams in Europe. The top performers from these leagues will qualify for the CRL World Championship.

Not much is known about the European portion of the CRL. Moreover, details about the CRL World Championship are expected to be released over the coming months.

(All information was provided by Esports Insider)

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