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The 2022-23 Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Season has been one to remember, and now we’re approaching the third and final Major. The RLCS Spring Major is set to take off at Agganis Arena in Boston, MA from July 6 to 9! The top 16 Rocket League teams from around the world will face off for a final chance to qualify for the Rocket League World Championship as well as the title of RLCS Spring Major Champions! 

Before we kick off the last Major of the RLCS Season, make sure you get caught up on all the information you need to know below! 

What's the RLCS Spring Major?

The RLCS Spring Major is the third International Major in the 2022-23 RLCS Season! Teams from all across the globe will have one last chance to prove themselves and qualify for the Rocket League World Championship. 

Here are some high-level details about the RLCS Spring Major:

  • The event takes place at Agganis Arena July 6-9.

  • July 6-7, the show will be studio-only and closed to the public.

  • July 8-9, we'll welcome a crowd to the event.

  • Tickets are available here!

Qualified Teams

After an exciting Spring Split, 16 of the top Rocket League teams from around the world are set to take to the pitch in Boston. You can find them below:


  • Elevate


  • Team Vitality

  • Team BDS

  • Karmine Corp 

  • Team Liquid

  • Moist Esports

Middle East & North Africa

  • Rule One

North America

  • Spacestation Gaming


  • OpTic Gaming

  • Complexity Gaming

  • Gen.G Mobil 1 Racing 


  • Ground Zero Gaming

  • Team PWR

South America

  • KRÜ Esports

  • Ninjas in Pyjamas

Format, Broadcast, and Schedule

The RLCS Spring Major will mirror the RLCS Spring Split format. 

The RLCS Spring Major will run for four total days, from July 6 to 9. On July 6, there will be main streams on the Rocket League Twitch channel, the Rocket League TikTok Channel,  and the Rocket League Esports YouTube channel, and alternate streams on the Rocket League Esports Twitch channel and the Rocket League Esports YouTube channel. From July 7 to 9, the broadcast will take place on the Rocket League Twitch channel, The Rocket League TikTok channel, and the Rocket League Esports YouTube channel.

July 6 (Round of 16 and Upper Quarterfinals)

  • Broadcast begins at 11 a.m. ET (3 p.m. UTC) on both the main streams and alternate streams.

July 7 (Lower Round 1 and Lower Round 2)

  • Broadcast begins at 11 a.m. ET (3 p.m. UTC).

July 8 (Lower Round 3, Upper Semifinals, and Lower Quarterfinals)

  • Broadcast begins at 11 a.m. ET (3 p.m. UTC).

July 9 (Upper Finals, Lower Semifinals, Lower Finals, Grand Finals, and Bracket Reset)

  • Broadcast begins at 11 a.m. ET (3 p.m. UTC).

If English isn't your first language, be sure to tune in to our alternate language streams below:

  • French: Rocket Baguette

  • Spanish: Rocket Street

  • Dutch: Rocket Benelux

Rizzo and Athena's live watch party will be live on July 6 and 7, so if you're looking for a more laid-back stream with fun player and coach interviews, check out their watch party.

New Spring Major Fan Rewards

During the RLCS Spring Major, there will be three Spring Major-themed Decals added to the Fan Rewards pool. The RLCS 22-23 Spring Major Dominus, Fennec, and Octane Decals will be dropping from all eligible RLCS Spring Major streams for all four days of the Major. Don't forget to tune in for your chance to snag your own.

Check out how they look below!


On-Site Information

If you’ll be attending the Spring Major in person, we'll be welcoming fans on July 8 and July 9! Doors will open both days at 10 a.m. ET with the RLCS Pre-Show beginning an hour later at 11 a.m. ET.

There will be RLCS Spring Major merchandise available for purchase. All items will only be available on-site, and once they're sold out, they're gone for good! So, make sure to cop your favorites before they're all gone.

There will also be team and community booths on-site. Check out the list below to see who'll be setting up:

  • Gen.G Mobil 1 Racing

  • Raidiant x Ally Bank

  • Spacestation Gaming

Meet and greets with your favorite RLCS teams are returning at the Spring Major! These meet and greets will be held in the Exhibition Area on Saturday and Sunday, and the teams who’ll be participating will be announced the day prior to each activation. Fans are encouraged to bring items they’d like to have signed, and we'll have pens available for use.

This event will adhere to the venue’s local health and safety guidelines for COVID-19. For more information, go here.

For more information on Agganis Arena including building and bag policies, parking and transportation, and concessions availability please visit this link

See You There!

We can’t wait to see everyone at Agganis Arena in Boston, MA cheering on their favorite teams! To keep up-to-date on the latest news, content, and more, make sure to follow the Rocket League Esports Twitter and the Rocket League Esports Instagram. We’ll see you on July 6-9 live from Boston!