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Not long after the conclusion of the European Spring Series, we now know the next big events to be hitting the Rocket League stage. Taking place over multiple weeks, the event will be separated into EU and NA sections, with each region having a total of $25,000 in prize money. South American and Middle Eastern teams are permitted to play in the NA and EU tournaments respectively.

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The two days of qualifiers start in 10 days, with May 21 and 22 seeing teams compete for a spot in the main tournament. During the qualifier, which will contain 32 teams chosen by Johnnyboi_i and a “panel of experts”, each series will start off with a 3v3 game, followed by a 2v2 game, followed by a 1v1 game. Game four’s mode will be chosen by the losing team, with game five being chosen by the other team.

The tournament itself will see a different format being used, with single-elimination best-of-seven brackets being played out for 3v3, 2v2 and 1v1. Each region will have seven tournaments, being played out every day from May 25-31 (NA) and June 1-7 (EU). Teams who qualify are able to use any of their players for any of the matches and will be awarded points and prize money based on their position in the bracket:

  • 1st: 17 points / $1,500
  • 2nd: 11 points / $1000
  • 3rd/4th: 7 points / $500

(Note: It is currently unclear whether each gamemode will have a tournament every day, or whether there will be one bracket per day. GGRecon has reached out to Johnnyboi_i for clarification)

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At the end of the event, teams will be given the following prize money based on overall standings:

  • 1st: $4,500
  • 2nd: $3,000
  • 3rd: $2,000
  • 4th: $1,500
  • 5th: $1,250
  • 6th: $1,000
  • 7th: $750
  • 8th: $500

The event is set to be broadcast on Johnnyboi_i’s Twitch Channel, with the first qualifier taking place on May 21 at 5pm BST.

You can find more details on Fusion's website. 

 

Image via Fusion

Sours: https://www.ggrecon.com/articles/johnnyboi-i-announces-fusion/

Fusion - Europe

Series:

Johnnyboi i/FusionFusion

Location:

Europe Europe

Fusion is a multi game mode tournament for North America and Europe consisting of 1v1, 2v2 and 3v3 competition.

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Format[edit]

  • 8 teams - all qualified from the Closed Qualifier.
  • The event contains a 1v1, a 2v2 and a 3v3 bracket.
  • Teams will be awarded points based on their final standings in the 1v1, 2v2, and 3v3 brackets.
    • 1st: 12 pts
    • 2nd: 7 pts
    • 3rd-4th: 3 pts
    • 5th-8th: 0 pts
  • If two or more teams are tied in the overall standings, the prize money for the positions in question is distributed evenly between the tied teams. No tie breakers.
  • Single Elimination Bracket per game mode.

Prize Pool[edit]

$25,000 USD is spread among the teams as seen below within the split for each bracket and overall standings:

Bracket Split[edit]

Place $ USD
1st$1,500
2nd$1,000
3rd-4th$500

Overall Standings Split[edit]

Place $ USD
1st$4,500
2nd$3,000
3rd$2,000
4th$1,500
5th$1,250
6th$1,000
7th$750
8th$500

Participants[edit]

Team Leaderboard[edit]

Results[edit]

Sours: https://liquipedia.net/rocketleague/Johnnyboi_i/Fusion/Europe
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Johnny_boi_i's Fusion Rocket League: Schedule, Format, Prize Pool, Teams & How-To Watch

There may be no one more a beloved figure in the Rocket League community than Johnathan "Johnny_boi_i" MacDonald, from his 1v1 wager matches on his popular Twitch channel, to his expert casting and putting together tournaments that have grown bigger and larger as time as gone on, most recently The European Invitational.

 

Fusion Rocket League Tournament Schedule Prize pool teams
(Picture: Fusion RL)

 

Now he is back with another, and this one is bigger again and looks to truly test Rocket League squads with a unique format that is sure to pull in the viewers.

The tournament is funded by INCIVIK, owner of Sandrock Gaming, who put up the money for The European Invitational.

 

Fusion Rocket League Qualifiers

The Fusion Rocket League qualifiers will see 32 teams, made up of between 3 and 4 players, attempt to qualify in either the North America or Europe regions. 

Qualifiers will be played in double-elimination knockouts, with ultimately the top eight teams qualifying for the main event. Matches will be played in a Bo5 with the series having a unique format:

  • Game 1: 3v3
  • Game 2: 2v2
  • Game 3: 1v1
  • Game 4: Losing team's choice
  • Game 5: Other team's choice

Teams are allowed to sub players in and out mid-series and can field a different combination of players for each match.

The qualifiers will run between 21-22nd May, with the EU qualifiers starting at 9 am PT and the NA qualifiers starting at 12 pm PT.

 

Fusion Rocket League Format

The top 8 teams will then play separate 3v3, 2v2 and 1v1 brackets, with all qualified teams taking part in all three brackets.

Brackets are single-elimination with series played as a Bo7.

Teams may field any combination of players from their lineup for each game.

Teams will be awarded points based on their final standings in the 3v3, 2v2, and 1v1 brackets. These points will determine the overall tournament standings.

Points

  • 1st Place: 17 Points
  • 2nd Place: 11 Points
  • 3rd/4th Place: 7 Points

 

Schedule

The North American tournament will be held from 25-31st May starting at 12 pm PT every day.

The European tournament will be held from 1-7th June starting at 12 pm PT every day.

 

Prize Pool

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(Picture: Fusion RL)

 

Teams

Teams have been registering their interest with Johnny_boi via Twitter and the prize pool has attracted some of the game's biggest teams and organisations. 

The teams confirmed so far are:

North America

  • Spacestation Gaming
  • 72 Pin Connector
  • Charlotte Phoenix
  • Affinity
  • Susquehanna Soniqs
  • Jamal Jabary
  • Flight
  • Stromboli
  • 2008 Toyota Corolla
  • NRG Esports
  • Rogue
  • Cloud9
  • Divine
  • Plot Twist
  • Mirage
  • Double Tap
  • Warriors International
  • Avidity Esports (South America)

Europe

  • Solary
  • Sandrock Gaming (Middle East)
  • Canyons
  • Sauce
  • Triple Trouble
  • Celestial
  • Renault Vitality
  • Endpoint
  • Nameless
  • Magnifico

 

Fusion Rocket League: How-To Watch

All of the action can be watched live on Johnny_boi's Twitch channel, which we have embedded for you below.

 

 

Sours: https://www.ginx.tv/en/rocket-league/johnny-boi-i-s-50-000-fusion-a-rocket-league-tournament-with-a-twist
FUSION EU Day 7 - Oxygen vs Vitality - 2v2 Final

After an intriguing qualifiers series saw many big teams fall, the finals were poised for some great matchups with a mixture of up and coming RLRS talents and some experimental RLCS Rosters. The eight sides would go head to head in 3v3, 2v2, and 1v1, with points going to the top four sides in each sub-division and the victors being the team with the most points. Here’s how the day unfolded with some key talking points focusing on the roster movements followed by the results in full:

Retals’ fine form continues for Team Envy

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Having already beaten Fall, Affinity, and Cloud9 in qualifiers, Envy picked up where they left off, with Retals fitting in with class. Their form continued in 3v3’s as they dropped just three matches to make the finals, beating Vision 4-2, and Rogue 4-1. The exciting roster of Atomic, Mist and Retals pushed Spacestation Gaming to the final game, showing that they can be a force to be reckoned with. Slipping up on a 3-2 match lead, to lose the finals 4-3, Team Envy are the team on everyone’s lips in the NA region, as they look set to be the team to challenge SSG and G2 as the top NA side. Returning to RLCS after four seasons out of action, Envy’s roster is as exciting as any, and shows little signs of slowing down.

Stromboli struggling despite strong qualifiers.

Despite looking strong throughout qualifying for the finals, Stromboli went without a win in any game mode, only notching up four match wins in total, with three being in the 1v1 division. Suffering a blowout 4-0 defeat to the hands of Rogue, the void left from AlRaz’s departure began to show. It was only their first major event with pair hec and AlphaKep, but there seemed a significant skill-gap between themselves and Rogue. With AlRaz trying out for Pittsburgh Knights, they will be hoping to keep hold of their playmaker who was a key force in pushing Stromboli into the promotion Play-Offs. With a lot of time left until RLRS S10, Stromboli will need to settle into their roster quickly and embed as a team if they want to gain promotion this year.

Turinturo settling into the starting roster at Rogue

After saving themselves from relegation to the RLRS through the promotion playoffs, Rogue acquired Turinturo at the expense of Wonder. Initially drafted in as a stand-in for the Spring Series, Rogue has pushed Turinturo to a starting role, which seems to have paid dividends. Alongside Firstkiller and Kronovi, he has looked a good fit for Rogue. Albeit with some mixed results in 3v3, Rogue looked to have solidified their roster which has huge potential. Firstkiller boasted incredible skill in 1v1’s showing his flair, and Kronovi remains as a great veteran of the game since his World Championship in Season 1, and the pair have been looking for a solid third to compete with, and Turnituro appears to be a good fit. They fell to on-form Team Envy in the 3v3 Quarterfinals, but there was plenty of improvement from their blunt-ended RLCS S9 campaign.

Spacestation’s Dominance

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SSG are a dominant force in NA RLCS, as they topped the table in Season 9, losing only one game throughout the regular season, and falling to G2 Esports in the finals. They went into the Fusion Finals as the strongest side and dominated thoroughly in 3v3 and 2v2, which resulted in them being crowned worth champions. Being pushed all the way to a game 7 decider in the 3v3 division, SSG kicked it up a gear and shown why they are in the discussion as the best side at current times, as they decided the final in a 7-0 thrashing.

Fusion NA Results:

3v3

Quarter-Finals:

Spacestation Gaming 4 – 2 Divine
Affinity 4 – 3 72PC
Team Envy 4 - 2 Vision
Rogue 4 – 0 Stromboli

Semi-Finals:

Spacestation Gaming 4 – 1 Affinity
Team Envy 4 – 1 Rogue

Final:

Spacestation Gaming 4 – 3 Team Envy

Spacestation Gaming wins the 3v3 Series.

2v2

Quarter-Finals

Spacestation Gaming 4 – 1 Divine
Team Envy 2 – 4 Rogue
72 PC 2- 4 Vision
Stromboli 1 – 4 Affinity

Semi-Finals:

Spacestation Gaming 4 – 1 Rogue
Vision 2 – 4 Affinity

Final:

Spacestation Gaming 4 – 0 Affinity

Spacestation Gaming wins the 2v2 Series.

1v1

Quarter-Finals

Rogue (Firstkiller) 4 – 0 Spacestation Gaming (Arsenal 1-3, Sypical 4)
Affinity (MajicBear) 4 – 1 Team Envy (Retals)
72PC (LionBlaze) 4 – 3 Stromboli (AlphaKep)
Divine (JRuss) 4 – 2 Vision (kinseh)

Semi-Finals

Rogue (Firstkiller) 4 – 0 Affinity (MajicBear 1&4, Jordan 2&3)
72PC (LionBlaze) 4 – 2 Divine (JRuss)

Final

Rogue (Firstkiller) 4 – 2 72PC (LionBlaze)

Firstkiller wins the 1v1 series for Rogue

Overall Standings:

With 17 points for a first-place finish, 11 for runners up, and semi-finalists gaining 7, here’s how the points added up for your overall Fusion NA winners:

8th – 0pts – Stromboli
7th – 7pts – Vision
6th – 7pts – Divine
T4th – 11pts – Team Envy
T4th – 11pts – 72 Pin Connector
3rd – 25pts – Affinity
2nd – 31pts – Rogue
1st – 34pts – Spacestation Gaming

Spacestation Gaming crowned Johnnyboi_i’s Fusion NA champions.

To see how the European Fusion unfolds, stay tuned here at GGRecon, and follow us on Twitter for live updates @RLRecon.

Image via ZeeboDesigns

Sours: https://www.ggrecon.com/articles/na-fusion-finals-roster-move-recap-results/

Tournament fusion rl

Fusion - North America

Series:

Johnnyboi i/FusionFusion

Location:

North America North America

Fusion is a multi game mode tournament for North America and Europe consisting of 1v1, 2v2 and 3v3 competition.

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Format[edit]

  • 8 teams - all qualified from the Closed Qualifier.
  • The event contains a 1v1, a 2v2 and a 3v3 bracket.
  • Teams will be awarded points based on their final standings in the 1v1, 2v2, and 3v3 brackets.
    • 1st: 17 pts
    • 2nd: 11 pts
    • 3rd-4th: 7 pts
    • 5th-8th: 0 pts
  • If two or more teams are tied in the overall standings, the prize money for the positions in question is distributed evenly between the tied teams. No tie breakers.
  • Single Elimination Bracket per game mode.

Prize Pool[edit]

$25,000 USD is spread among the teams as seen below within the split for each bracket and overall standings:

Bracket Split[edit]

Place $ USD
1st$1,500
2nd$1,000
3rd-4th$500

Overall Standings Split[edit]

Place $ USD
1st$4,500
2nd$3,000
3rd$2,000
4th$1,500
5th$1,250
6th$1,000
7th$750
8th$500

Participants[edit]

Team Leaderboard[edit]

Results[edit]

3v3[edit]

This is a legacy bracket! Please use the new bracket instead.

2v2[edit]

This is a legacy bracket! Please use the new bracket instead.
Sours: https://liquipedia.net/rocketleague/Johnnyboi_i/Fusion/North_America
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