The OCE Power Rankings - 23/03 - 29/03
These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:
Former player with extensive knowledge of the OCE Scene.
Analyst & Commentator for AussieGamingTV.
Rocket League addict.
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania and budding global Twitch mod.
Weekly Round Up
On the eve of the Throwdown Rocket League OCE Championship comes another major event from ESL announcing that the AU&NZ Championship LAN Finals will be at IEM Sydney. Including the Throwdown S1 LAN there will have been three major live events before the year is halfway done. In team news there has been a change with Athletico no longer representing Dumbo’s team and will revert to their old name of Sand Castle.
1. JAM Gaming
2. Sand Castle
4. Legacy eSports
1. Alpha Sydney
2. Sand Castle
3/4. B Team
1. Little Wangs
2. White Cloud
4. LFT Clan
1. Rumpus Room Wizards
3. Prodigy Inferno
4. Interference ESL AU&NZ Championship League Week 5
1More 3 - 0 Masterminds
Alpha Sydney 3 - 2 JAM Gaming
Corvidae 3 - 0 Scylla Esports
Legacy eSports 3 - 0 Sand Castle CyberGamer Seagate FireCuda Cup Week 4
1More 3 - 0 Masterminds
Alpha Sydney 3 - 0 Scylla Esports
Corvidae 3 - 2 Legacy eSports
Sand Castle 3 - 1 The Rejects
News from around the region:
* Athletico no longer representing their team lead by Dumbo. They will be known as Sand Castle once again.
* Aoe_emp steps down to substitute as SnarfSnarf becomes core for Sand Castle.
* ENiGMA leaves Legacy eSports to join Alpha Sydney as substitute. * Magnitude disbands.
* Triggsy joins Cl4rity as core.
1 - Alpha Sydney
Drippay, Torsos, Jake, yumi_cheeseman, ENiGMA | Nil movement
Once again the indomitable side of Alpha Sydney reigns supreme. The closest they have come to losing a series however was this week against JAM Gaming, taking it to the final game in overtime, but Alpha still managed to pull off the victory. There seems to be no end in sight to their dominance. Their only enemy now is complacency. - n0lsk1
2 - JAM Gaming
MontyConnor, Bango, Express | Nil movement
Being the only team to look like pushing Alpha Sydney to the edge of their throne, JAM have sat steady in 2nd spot and are proving they are still a strong core. Taking out the ESL Monthly from January also helps to boost their confidence with some lovely Monthly Champ titles and enjoying the undefeated run to the grand final as well. Now all these lads have to do is turn up this Sunday to kick some ass and ensure they qualify for the RLCS Group play. - Nutterres
3 - Sand Castle
Dumbo, Lukorice, SnarfSnarf, Aoe_emp, Kia | - 1
With the surprise of the week the team left Athletico and went back to their previous name of Sand Castle. SnarfSnarf had been playing up in the main core for a few weeks now and that move sees Aoe_emp to sub. The 0-4 loss to JAM this week was the telling result which saw them move down to 3rd from equal second. But they did also lose to Legacy in The ESL Champs which didn't help either. They looked a lot stronger against The Rejects in the CG FireCuda though with a strong 3-1 win. This team is looking good and with 4 top tier players they have a deep roster. - Tibore
4 - 1More
Cyrix, Shadey, Ellusive, Zest | Nil movement
1More had a steady week. In the two leagues they had Masterminds twice which they ended up going 6-0. This team is still undefeated in the ESL Champs going 5-0 so far. They face up against the biggest test though next week in Alpha Sydney. The winner will likely take through top seed into the finals which will be on the side stage at IEM Sydney. - Tibore
5 - Corvidae
Siki, Daze, Plitz, SSteve | Nil movement
Whilst they haven’t had too many tournaments next to their names, they’re picking up the wins where it counts. Having now beaten Legacy twice in succession, with 3-0’s in ESL and a calm, collected 3-2 in CyberGamer, they sit nicely in 5th spot, still trailing behind the teams they truly struggle to beat, whilst sitting ahead of those that were slain before them. Corvidae could stand a good chance at breaking into the top 4 with some promising results against names like Sand Castle and JAM if they possibly can. - Nutterres
6 - Legacy eSports
Soma, Eren, GroovyGrape, Penor | + 1
Legacy look better each and every week. The core is playing better together and they are finally getting back into the groove of their passing plays. GroovyGrape is also looking to be back to form as the main goal scorer mopping up any scraps that end up near the net. They got a great result of 3-0 against Sand Castle in the ESL AU&NZ Champs and ended up just being edged out by Corvidae in a back and forth thriller in the CG Firecuda Cup. The top teams are going to have to watch out for Legacy even more now. - Tibore