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Rocket League: Gamer's guide to success

Monday, August 7, 2017 7:46:20 PM America/Los_Angeles

We here will provide a completely new and exciting viewing experience: Our very first e-sports broadcast featuring the immensely popular "Rocket League" video game. NBC Sports and FaceIt have teamed up to present the Universal Open Rocket League Tournament with a $100,000 prize pool.

That can buy A LOT of Lou Malnati's. Or, more video games. Likely more video games.

Now for your traditional sports fan, the notion of seeing a dude or dudette click buttons while staring at a screen may not be the most appealing viewing experience. But, go ahead and open another tab, search Rocket League goals and after that come back to complete this report. 

In the simplest explanation: Rocket League is soccer with cars, instead of human players. The cars are equipped with rockets, allowing players to perform aerial acrobatics while reaching supersonic speeds. Imagine having turbo on Bastian Schweinsteiger or David Accam while you play with FIFA on your Xbox.

Like most sports (except golf), the team with the highest score wins. Put the ball into the goal more than your opponent, and you win. If you win, you are going to level up your status and unlock customization options for your car. Pull off a wicked rescue and you'll hear the imitation stadium crowd "ooh" and "ahh" while your teammates send congratulations. The gameplay makes the experience enjoyable for gamers of all levels, novice to Neymar.

The biggest difference between a rookie and a Rocketeer is that the aerial game. When you watch the expert gamers play on Aug. 12, you'll see the ball hardly touches the turf. His Airness would even be impressed. Thus, if you are inspired to pick up the game and play, do not expect to pull off the slick shots until you practice, practice, practice. Have a spin through the tutorial modes before challenging opponents online.

Another way to compare the Noobs into the Experts: The skill level difference is similar to state...playing the piano, which you use your hands to produce music. Except in this situation, your palms will be mashing buttons to make goals instead of "Chopsticks." Composing classical goals, saves and moves that will appease all of your senses.

Speaking of advances in technology, the ease of access to the World Wide Web now allows players to play against or with people from all around planet Earth (...for now...you never know what NASA can do with Rocket League on Mars!)

During the authentic gameplay, players can communicate strategy alternatives, send virtual smack talk and offer praise for great plays. Plus, via Twitch and other social media outlets, many of the professional gamers can interact with individuals who watch them play live.

Simply: e-sports is here to stay.

Thirty million people play Rocket League every year. That is 15 times the Populace of Chicago.

And, that is just 1 game.

E-sports' meteoric rise is only going to grow more with the Universal Open Rocket League introduced by NBC Sports and FaceIt. Whether you stream it online, on your phone or tune in to watch it on TV, you're going to be amazed by what you see. Above all else, we'll have some of the very best and brightest gamers on earth competing in our CSN Studios. You'll get a chance to see the emotion behind the game, the people on the other side of the car and experience the high-octane pulse of Rocket League.

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