Professional Rocket League did big numbers throughout their revamped 10th season, with the climax of it all right around the corner.
The RLCS X Championships are set to close out the RLCS Season X with thousands of goals, saves, games and series played in the 10-month-long span.
Now, it’s time to look into the future and start hoping for the first Rocket League LAN since Season 8 back in December 2019.
Here’s everything you need to expect from in schedule, prize pool and more from the Rocket League Championship Series Season 11.
RLCS Season 11 start date and duration
The fact that league organisers Psyonix did not want to push the RLCS X Championships in hopes of the world stabilizes in order to finish the season with a long-overdue LAN event is indicative that RLCS 11 will follow the same 10-month long season format starting sometime during August 2021.
RLCS Season 11 Format
If the calendar for RLCS 11 keeps the trend started by Season X, we would be seeing three splits with three regional events and one major tournament each plus weekly The Grid showings.
It’s almost certain RLCS will turn into a long-format season from now on rather than a biannual event like previous iterations.
RLCS Season 11 prize pool
With each Rocket League Championship Series raising the bar regarding prize pool money, with the jump from Season 9 to Season X being a whopping 445% per Liquipedia, we can expect a prize pool of around $4.5 and $5 million dollars for RLCS Season 11.
RLCS Season 11: How to watch
RLCS Season 11 will be streamed per usual on Rocket League’s official Twitch and YouTube channels.
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