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RLCS Japan and Middle East show matches: Schedule, how to watch and more

Two big exponents of high-skill car-soccer are making their main stream debut during the RLCS X Championships.
Rocket League is oh-so-close to being an S-Tier esport and while it pulls hundreds of thousands of viewers with every broadcast, it’s still missing competition from two continents: Asia and Africa.

While servers exist for the sports-racing hybrid to be played online in such regions, their absence from the Rocket League Championship Series can be felt still.

This is about to change, however, as the RLCS X Championships running from 15th June to 20th June will host show matches with money at stake for the first time ever on Rocket League’s official Twitch channel.

From prize pool shares to when you can catch the historic event, here’s everything you need to know about the Middle East and Japan Show Matches during the RLCS X Championships.

RLCS Japan and Middle East show matches dates

The RLCS Japan and Middle East show matches will be held on the following dates:

  • Saudi Arabia's Sandrock Gaming vs EMPTY Show Match: on 16th June immediately following Europe Quarterfinal #2 to be played at 8 a.m. PDT (3 p.m. UTC)
  • Japan's Tokyo Verdy Esports vs BumpyPumpy Show Match: on 16th June immediately following South America Grand Finals to be played at 2 p.m. PDT (9 p.m. UTC)

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RLCS Japan and Middle East show matches prize pool

The RLCS Japan and Middle East show matches will have a prize pool of ,000 USD for the winner of each matchup. 

RLCS Japan and Middle East show matches: How to watch

You can catch the historic event over at the official Rocket League Twitch channel broadcasting professional Asian and African for the first time ever.

Don’t miss out on RLEsports’ busiest week and follow us at @33Boost on Twitter for live tweets and updates on the week-long season finale!