Day: January 6, 2020

Announcing the Gfinity Rocket League Oceanic MastersAnnouncing the Gfinity Rocket League Oceanic Masters

After a successful launch in 2018, Gfinity Esports Australia is proud to announce the first event of our 2019 calendar, the Rocket League Oceanic Masters series!

Commencing on the 9th of March 2019, players will compete for a share of the $50,000 USD prize pool and a shot at international glory. In partnership with game developer Psyonix, the Rocket League Oceanic Masters (RLOM) will serve as the official Oceanic qualifier for the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Season 7 World Championship.

Dominic Remond, Chief Executive Officer of Gfinity Esports Australia said, “We are delighted to partner with the team at Psyonix to take the Oceanic qualifiers to a new level. During the Elite Series we built a deep connection with the community and offered a very positive experience to players. This opportunity will help further drive the momentum of Rocket League in this region and we look forward to our players continuing their success on the world stage.”

Oceania’s road to the RLCS world stage will begin on the 9th and 10th of March with free to enter Open Qualifiers. Following Psyonix’s announcement in January this year, the qualifiers will allow cross platform play, with competitors on …


Rocket League Oceanic Masters FormatRocket League Oceanic Masters Format

Want to know how to get from the open qualifiers of the Gfinity Oceanic Masters to the world stage for the Rocket League Championship Series? Check out the format breakdown below.


Starting on March 9th are the Open Qualifiers. The Open Qualifiers will be held over two (2) days giving players double the opportunity to qualify. Players may register for both qualifiers.

The Open Qualifiers will be a double elimination, best-of-three (Bo3) leading up to best-of-five (Bo5) in the preceding qualification and qualification rounds.
For the latest rule set and to register, head to: RLOM on

Three (3) teams will qualify, from each open qualifier, to League Play resulting in a total of six (6) teams proceeding from the qualification rounds.


League Play will begin on April 14th  with the six (6) qualifying teams joining two (2) invited teams. League Play will be round robin, best-of-five (Bo5) and run over a five (5) week period.

At the end of League Play, the top four (4) will qualify for the Finals.


The Finals will be broadcast on May 19th and will see the four (4) qualified teams compete in a double elimination, best-of-seven (Bo7) …


How to Register for RLOMHow to Register for RLOM

The Gfinity Rocket League Oceanic Masters starts this weekend with Open Qualifiers, here’s how to ensure your team is registered and ready to compete!

Head to the Rocket League Oceanic Masters on here:
Click on the Register button in the left hand side column or in the right hand corner.

On the registration page you’ll be prompted to fill in your relevant details. Make sure you’re aware of what is required and what is optional, and ensure you fill in all information accurately.
– Gamertag – This is the name other players and teams will see you as on the tournament page and should be the same name as what you use in-game.
– Select Event – Select what event within the tournament you want to sign-up for, either Open Qualifier 1, Open Qualifier 2 or both!
– Team – Select whether you want to create a new team, join an existing team or skip for now. Based on your selection you may be required to fill in your team’s details.
– Connect Game Account – Connect your game account, whether it is a Steam ID, PlayStation Network ID, Xbox Live ID or Switch Friend Code.
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