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Rocket League Tournaments Update goes Live

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Rocket League Tournaments Update is now live on Linux, SteamOS, Mac and Windows. Also includes are additional changes. While including the highly-anticipated addition of new features. This update also introduces a number of other improvements including:

  • Connection Quality Information
  • Chat Ban System
  • New item stacking, filtering, searching, and sorting options
  • Audio improvements to crowd audio. While being able to play the soundtrack during online and offline matches
  • New Import Battle-Car – Samurai – available as a limited-drop inside the new Triumph Crate

Rocket League – Tournaments Update (Linux, SteamOS, Mac, Windows)

So here is what is now live, we have the details from Steam for the Tournaments Update. Which also includes the new Monstercat Vol. 2. While outlining how to use the feature via Rocket League.

The Headlines:

  • Players can now create and join Tournaments
  • Quality Connection Status icons will also appear in the HUD. For players experiencing connection problems
  • Players can now receive a “Chat Ban” that restricts the banned player. So they cannot send chat messages in online play
  • Expanded inventory organization and filtering in the Garage
  • Enhanced Crowd Audio
  • ‘Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 2’ is now available to all players under Music Playlists


  • ‘Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 2’ is now available to all players under Music Playlists
  • ‘Monstercat’ has been added as a Flag Folder
  • Monstercat Flags have been added
    • ‘Anna Yvette’
    • ‘Intercom’
    • ‘Koven’
    • ‘Pegboard Nerds’
    • ‘Protostar’
    • ‘Slippy’
    • ‘Stonebank’
    • ‘Uncaged’
    • ‘Uncaged Cat’


  • Players can also create and join Tournaments via the Main Menu
    • From the Main Menu, select ‘Play’ and then ‘Tournaments’ to find in it the Menu
  • Events have a maximum bracket size of 128 teams, minimum of eight teams
    • Team members must be in a party in order to register for a tournament
  • Cross-platform tournaments are enabled
  • Tournament creators can set minimum and maximum thresholds. Since these are based on a player’s Rank in the related Competitive Playlist

So for those who do not own Rocket League, the games currently available via Steam and Humble Store for $19.99 USD.

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