You don’t see many Rocket League Opens held by high-profile organisations, so we are pumped to see what Ghost Gaming has in store for us.
The North American org is putting together a Rocket League tournament alongside Challenger Mode where you can test your abilities against other players with real money on the line.
From prize pool and entry fees to dates and how to enter, here’s everything you need to know about the Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open.
Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open date
The Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open will be held on Saturday 17th April at 8 pm EST.
The bracket will be followed through until the Grand Finals are played and a tournament winner is declared.
Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open format
The Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open will have a single-elimination bracket format featuring 2v2 matchups.
Teams are allowed to have up to three members in each team for two starting players and one substitute. All matches will be played in a best-of-five series unless noted otherwise.
You can click here for the full set of official rules for the Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open.
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Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open: how to enter
The Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open does not have an entry fee to register.
You can sign up by clicking here, a link that redirects you to Challenger Mode, the host of the tournament.
All platforms except Nintendo Switch are eligible to register for the Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open and all players will have to reside in North America to enter.
Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open prize pool
The Ghost Gaming Rocket League Open will have a prize pool of $250. The pool share details are not public but it is assumed only the Grand Finals winners will take the earnings home.
As some of the games will be streamed and cast by Ghost Gaming’s own Matt “Paco” Allaire and Logan "Spoodah" Pitman, we are excited to see all of you fair off in front of the Rocket League community pro-style. GL and HF!
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