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The OCE Power Rankings - 18/05 - 24/05


These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 4 people consisting of:

Nutterres

Shoutcaster with extensive knowledge of the OCE Scene.

Tibore

Analyst and commentator for AussieGamingTV.

yumi_cheeseman

Community Coordinator/Analyst for Throwdown Esports and Rocket League addict.

n0lsk1

Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania and budding global Twitch mod.

Weekly Round Up

The largest weekend in Oceanic Rocket League history is behind us now, with tournament favourites Alpha Sydney coming out on top to win the Throwdown LAN Finals and secure their qualification for RLCS Season 3. JAM Gaming came in second place to take the second and final spot for RLCS qualification, making the lower bracket run all the way to the final. The high stakes unfortunately left Sand Castle and 1More dejected despite putting up mammoth performances and some incredibly entertaining matches. That means in a week's time we’ll see Alpha Sydney take on Denial Esports and JAM Gaming will go up against Northern Gaming. Coverage of RLCS starts at Saturday the 3rd of June, 7am AEST. Don’t miss it!

Tournament Results

Pale Horse Alpha Cup

1. JAM Gaming

2. (Dreameh, xkorez, Kia)

3/4. Masterminds

3/4. 1More

Vapour Friday Night Live

1. Singularity

2. Team

3/4. Pale Horse: Shire

3/4. Interference

ESL Go4RocketLeague

1. Masterminds

2. Scylla Esports

3/4. SSU eSports

3/4. R!OT Gaming

Throwdown LAN Finals

1. Alpha Sydney

2. JAM Gaming

3/4. Sand Castle

3/4. 1More RLO

1. Arkus eSports

2. MCGI

3/4. Pale Horse: White Cloud

3/4. Magoo 2KF1

1. Corvidae

2. Masterminds

3/4. Trinity

3/4. Pale Horse: White Cloud

Team News

* Dreameh, CJCJ and Julz are now The Drongos. * Lukorice and Greeny join Kamii and Requiem at Masterminds.

* Outlast leaves Scylla Esports.

* Eren retires and GroovyGrape takes an extended break to focus on studies.

* 1More have disbanded.

Rankings