Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) X is making history across each region it touches. a complete of 63 players either qualified or landed on teams invited to the primary North American Regional and made their RLCS debuts. That’s the foremost since 30 players played within the RLCS within the league’s first season four years ago Rocket League Items . of these 63 players, seven managed to succeed in the Playoffs this past weekend.

Among those notable debuts was the team Infinite Shots. A squad of unfamiliar names going 0-3 within the first stage could be otherwise unremarkable, but the team represents a historic milestone within the history of North American Rocket League. Fernando “Ness” Vargas, Juan Pablo “ayLucky” Rojo, and Jose Juan “JJPrezus” Camargo structure the primary all-Mexican roster to advance past the qualifying stage of an RLCS event. Despite their exit on the primary weekend, the team had a positive perspective of their performance and therefore the future—not only for their own team except for Mexican Rocket League.

“This may be a great opportunity to point out the planet that there's talent outside of the common countries,” said JJPrezus. The competition are going to be even as fierce if the team wants to run it back and reach another Regional event, but that doesn’t seem to bother ayLucky one bit. “[The competition was] what we expected, we were playing against the simplest in North America." He added that he expects to ascertain even more of his countrymen at subsequent Regional. “A lot of individuals were inspired to stay grinding due to us, and every one the love and support we got was crazy Rocket League Credits , [it’s] a turning point for Mexican Rocket League."

Infinite Shots’ Group Stage opponents included two teams who reached Sunday’s Playoffs, and coincidentally met one another within the Quarterfinals: Team Envy and therefore the Pittsburgh Knights. After NRG Esports swiftly dispatched RLCS rookies, Alpine Esports, it seemed about certain that the Knights were next on the list. While the trio of Josh "radoko." Ruiz Radtke, Sukhpartik "kinseh" Kahlon, and Anthony "ZPS." Marcello Perez certainly put up an admirable fight, four-time World Champion Pierre "Turbopolsa" Silfver came in clutch (as he always does) to knock out the young challengers in Game 5.

The loss ended the Pittsburgh Knights' new roster's RLCS debut within the Quarterfinals. Their defeat against Team Envy also marked the fifth Game 5 the Knights had to play during the Regional. In both Swiss stages, they played altogether five rounds to qualify for the Playoffs before their run came to a halt against Team Envy.

Following The Peeps' hard-fought Quarterfinal win against G2 Esports, Jacob "JRuss" Clarkson, of the Susquehanna Soniqs stood tall because the last remaining RLCS rookie. After leading his team with 30 goals alongside Nathan “Shock” Frommelt, he was tasked with facing a Spacestation Gaming squad which was riding a nine-game win streak into the Playoffs. That streak would reach 12 games because of late-game heroics from superstars Caden “Sypical” Pellegrin and Tshaka “Arsenal” Taylor. After a scare in Game 1, Spacestation wouldn't trail again within the series and would close out with a commanding 3-0 sweep.

With the newcomers to the RLCS dispatched from the tournament, matchups between RLCS veterans dominated the ultimate three matches of the Regional.