These Power Rankings are done by a committee of 5 people consisting of:
Shoutcaster & streamer with extensive knowledge of the Rocket League scene in Oceania.
Analyst and commentator for AussieGamingTV and co-presenter for The Esports Show.
Colour caster and analyst for ThrowdownTV.
Director of Public Relations for Rocket League Oceania and budding global Twitch mod.
Captain for Pale Horse eSports and New Zealand’s best player.
Weekly Round Up
It’s PAX week! Which means in a few days time we’re going to see Oceania’s best go at it live to see who gets to go to RLCS in Washington. In suspense for this it’s been a relatively quiet week from the teams in question, focusing mainly on boot camping and travelling. Make sure you’re watching on Sunday 29th from 11am AEDT! In other news, Lynx Gaming make the lower bracket run in the Vapour Nordic League finals, securing themselves as king of the bubble teams. Keep an eye out for these guys in the future as they try to break through the top 7 barrier.
1. (Noizee, Daisu, ZeN)
2. DedSet Gaming
3/4. Sizzle Gaming
2. Kilbluff Isn’t Bad
4. We Want the W
1. Lynx Gaming
3. DedSet Gaming
1. Chiefs ESC
2. (LuckyLuke, Fiki, Scarth, Jube)
3/4. Team Obsidium
3/4. Deft ESL AU&NZ S3 Wk 4
Avant Gaming 3 - 1 Square One
Chiefs ESC 3 - 1 Lynx Gaming
JAM Gaming 3 - 0 Legacy Esports
* Snares moves into core position for DedSet as Azora moves to substitute.
1 - Chiefs ESC
Jake, Drippay, Torsos | Nil movement
Chiefs are still looking in very solid form. A win in ESL against Lynx Gaming puts them at 5-0 and guarantees them for yet another live final; their only big loss in recent times being to Scylla. With that being said their main focus will be PAX and I think they are more than comfortable to take it out and make RLCS. But an upset from Pale Horse in the first round is on the cards, and we could see them make the lower bracket run from there. - Kamii