ELEAGUE will weave fast-paced Rocket League esports action into award-winning documentary storytelling in nine upcoming episodes of originally produced Rocket League coverage, beginning with the six-part ELEAGUE | Road to the Rocket League World Championship airing Fridays, Oct. 4, and Oct. 11, immediately following live MLB Postseason coverage on TBS. The series will continue Friday, Oct. 18, at 11 p.m. ET/PT or following Postseason game coverage (if necessary) and Friday, Oct. 25, Nov. 1 & Nov. 8 at 11 p.m. on TBS.
ELEAGUE | Road to the Rocket League World Championship – part of the wide-ranging content, business and event partnershipbetween ELEAGUE and San Diego video game developer Psyonix – will provide fans more access than ever before to one of the most prized competitions in esports, the final stage of the RLCS, the Rocket League World Championship. Camera crews followed nine teams as they traveled to New Jersey to determine the world’s top three-person team in front of a stadium audience.
In its six one-hour shows, the ELEAGUE series will delve into the fierce competition at the Season Seven Rocket League World Championship from the perspectives of players and their families, including the unique dynamic of how a family participates in an emerging esports athlete’s growing stardom. Click the image below to preview the series.
Following ELEAGUE | Road to the Rocket League World Championship, ELEAGUE will present an additional two-part Rocket League-centric program, Fridays Dec. 13 & Dec. 20, at 11 p.m. on TBS. Additional details surrounding this programming will be shared leading up to the premiere.
ELEAGUE | Road to the Rocket League World Championship is the latest programming initiative in another year of growth for the ELEAGUE brand. ELEAGUE continues to drive significant fan engagement through the delivery of culturally relevant esports content across all platforms, with an average minute audience more than twice that of its next closest competitor* and with its fans spending an average of more than 28 minutes per video play** on digital platforms.