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Rocket League Goals For Change Tournament: Schedule, format, participants and more

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Psyonix put the tournament together to donate to charities of the winners’ choosings.

Psyonix has been on top of the organized events game and to celebrate Women’s History month, they are bringing us more official Rocket League content with a very noble and kind endgame.

The Rocket League Goals For Change event is a casual tournament that features women from both Europe and North America in the competition to donate to causes that are important to them. 

This first-of-its-kind Rocket League event will have all kinds of game modes, formats and guests with interviews with team captains and a chat with Psyonix's Prop Artist and creator of the Moonpaw Wheels, Lindsey, about her experience working in the video game industry.

Without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about The Rocket League Goals For Change event.

rocket league moonpaw wheels women(Picture: Psyonix)

Rocket League Goals For Change Tournament schedule

The Rocket League Goals For Change tournament will take place on Wednesday 24th March at 10 a.m. PDT (5 p.m. UTC).

The European region will hold its tournament first with the North American region following shortly after with an expected duration of 6-8 hours total.

Rocket League Goals For Change Tournament: how to watch

As usual, you can watch the Rocket League Goals For Change tournament through the official Twitch Rocket League channel

In addition to the main broadcast, each player has the opportunity to stream their point of view throughout their tournament.

So, if you've got a favourite creator or pro participating, make sure to check the Rocket League Twitch directory to see if they're live!

Rocket League Goals For Change Tournament format

The Rocket League Goals For Change event will have two separate tournaments for each region (North America and Europe) with the following format:

  • Four teams per region
  • Round-Robin format
  • Each round features a different game mode
  • Round 1: Hoops
  • Round 2: Rumble Dropshot
  • Round 3: Boomer Ball
  • The higher a team places in the Round-Robin, the more they can donate to a cause of their choice

rocket league goals for change athenaG2's Content Creator and Goals For Change Caster, Athena (Picture: Psyonix)

Rocket League Goals For Change Tournament participants

Rocket League Goals For Change tournament will have three women in the booth and four teams per region and all can be found below:

Europe

  • Host: Gillyweed
  • Caster: Athena
  • Caster: LemonKiwi

Powerpuffs

  • Captain: Ravena
  • Amphirae
  • Emma
  • Sub: Cloudy

Guyana Pigs

  • Captain: Miramasa
  • Cailee
  • Lunaris

Team Smile

  • Captain: ThatsVix
  • Sophie
  • Crimson

At Least We Tried

  • Captain: reginchen
  • Caro
  • EmsJ

North America

  • Host: Gillyweed
  • Caster: Athena
  • Caster: Chell

Boomers

  • Captain: Karma
  • Kate
  • Kiaa

Sideflippers

  • Captain: tailliebird
  • Kira
  • Widow

Resident Sleepers

  • Captain: Courtney
  • Kaciedilla
  • Angie

The Muffin Women

  • Captain: Avenger
  • Bella
  • Neato

rocket league hoops goals for change(Picture: Psyonix)

Rocket League Goals For Change Tournament prize pool

The Rocket League Goals For Change tournament will have the following prize pools for each region, all four places receiving a share of the money, meaning no charity chosen by each team will leave empty-handed at the end of it all.

  • 1st Place: $10,000 per region
  • 2nd Place: $2,000 per region
  • 3rd Place: $1,500 per region
  • 4th Place: $1,000 per region

Make sure to check out to tune 24th March to see which charities will be benefited and to watch women make herstory in the first-ever Goals For Change Rocket League event.