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
The region saw the biggest turnout of teams to date for the massive day that was the Throwdown Rocket League OCE Qualifiers, with 106 teams signing up. At the end of the day however it’s the same teams that qualified for league play that did so for the ESL AU&NZ Championships. Alpha Sydney secured the top position in the penultimate week and they’ll be looking to do the same next week as well in the FireCuda Cup. April is shaping up to being the biggest month yet in Oceanic Rocket League history.
1. Alpha Sydney
3/4. Sand Castle
1More Alpha Sydney
Corvidae Sand Castle JAM Gaming Legacy eSports Masterminds Scylla Esports
Alpha Sydney 3 - 1 1More Corvidae 3 - 0 Masterminds JAM Gaming 3 - 2 Sand Castle Legacy eSports 3 - 0 Scylla Esports
1More 3 - 1 Corvidae Alpha Sydney 3 - 0 Masterminds Sand Castle 3 - 2 Legacy eSports*
Scylla Esports 3 - 0 The Rejects
* Result is officially recorded as a 3-0 Legacy eSports win due to Sand Castle not having a full team with CG Premium accounts.
News from around the region:
* Lukorice parts ways with Sand Castle. Aoe_emp moves back to core.
* Outlast joins Scylla Esports as substitute.
* Trifector disbands.
1 - Alpha Sydney
Drippay, Torsos, Jake, ENiGMA | Nil movement
No news is definitely good news for Alpha Sydney. Still yet to lose a game with their core roster for a month and a half, they don’t look like budging from the top spot any time soon. These boys are probably Oceania’s best hope coming into RLCS league play and are possibly the only team I could put money on to make the recently announce LAN in LA this June. - Nutterres
2 - JAM Gaming
MontyConnor, Bango, Express | Nil movement
Mostly dominant yet with slight cracks in their armour, the side of JAM Gaming are like a cuddly grizzly bear. They showed a few weaknesses against Corvidae in the TRLOC Open Qualifiers, falling to the lower ranked side in a closely contested series. Nonetheless they have proven to be the stronger side against Sand Castle 3 times over the last two weeks, securing their spot above them. They’ll need to work on those weaknesses though if they want to keep the number 2 spot as there is massive potential for a top end power ranking shake up in the coming weeks. - n0lsk1