The car soccer video game isn’t only adding the BMW body to the item shop, but also running a collaborative sponsored event with the best freestylers in the world to compete for big money on the main stage.
Whilst the winner will not receive a car from the sponsor like in the Ford Freestyle Invitational back in February, getting heavily rewarded in cash for your freestyling abilities is a rare sight for their scene.
From who’s freestyling their butts off to when it’s all going down, here’s everything you need to know about the Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament.
Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament - schedule
The Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament will kick off on 4th November 2021.
The tournament will conclude after the second Semis match on Championship Sunday of the second EU regional, the BMW Rocket League Open.
How to watch
As usual, you can watch the Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament event through the official Twitch Rocket League channel.
The Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament will be a 16-player, single-elimination bracket. Rules of the format have not been disclosed at the time of writing.
The Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament will have 16 participants in the single-elimination bracket:
The Rocket League BMW Freestyle Tournament competitors will fight their way through the single-elimination bracket for their share of the $25,000 prize pool.
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