BBC Sport will be broadcasting the Rocket League Series X Championship

ESPN might shy away from its esports coverage, but that doesn’t mean that other sports outlets are. Next Rocket League Competition It is set to air on BBC Sport, the channel’s first esports broadcast in 2021.

Rocket LeagueFirst tournament of the year Rocket League Championship Series X will launch live on Saturday, January 9th. Players will be able to watch the tournament on BBC Sport online, the BBC Sport app, and BBC iPlayer. It wouldn’t be the first time the BBC had given a home Rocket League Tournaments. In 2020, the channel aired the game’s European Spring series.

Having been the first tournament to air on BBC this year, RLCS X is also changing the way fans watch and interact with them. Rocket League. According to a press release, the tournament will move away from the League Play format and semi-annual seasons. Instead, RLCS X would be a lot more open with an event-based circuit. This circuit will end with the Rocket League World Championship. Last year’s championship match was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with developer Psyonix pumping an additional $ 250,000 into prize pool. The current prize pool for this year’s Rocket League World Series is $ 1 million.

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So far, there aren’t many words about the teams that will be competing in the RLCS X matches to be broadcast. Currently, RLCS X Winter Split will be shown Guild Esports, A team owned by famous ex-football player David Beckham. Other confirmed teams include Team Singularity and Wolves Esports.

The show will be live on Saturday 9 January and Sunday 10 January starting at 3:30 PM. Once again, the matches will be streamed on the BBC Sport website and app, along with BBC iPlayer.