It is with great excitement that we can reveal that we have secured a gaming house, in which our Rocket League team will live and train over the course of the next 6 months. The house will allow the team to adhere to a strict training schedule as they navigate the upcoming Gfinity Elite Series and various Rocket League competitions.
Rocket League has seen enormous growth recently with the RLCS attracting huge amounts of viewers, as well as being selected by FaceIt / X-Games and NBC for new, large cash prize tournaments. We are proud to have one of the UK’s leading Rocket League teams and are committed to supporting them over the next 6 months. The core lineup that will be living in the house:
Statement from Jamie ‘Tinny’ Sparkes
Living in a house with teammates is a dream come true for most esports players looking to get that edge over the competition. Being in the same house and training alongside each other reinforces the idea that your success is tied together. We hope to use this opportunity Endpoint has given us to its full potential, practising in ways that are much harder unless you’re in the same room. We’re very excited for the move, and what we can achieve with it.
Statement from Adam ‘Adz’ Jessop, Endpoint CEO
It is extremely exciting to be able to house our Rocket League team in Sheffield. Not only does this allow the guys to bootcamp and train together, it also gives us as an organisation unrestricted access to be able to document their growth and progression over the next 6 months, as they compete in the Gfinity Elite Series and various other tournaments. The guys have been going from strength to strength and hopefully this will help continue their progression. None of this would be possible without the relationships we have with our partners, and I want to thank them all for being part of our organisation.
The team will be moving in on Friday 30th June and will be creating a range of content, including streams and behind the scenes footage as they progress, so be sure to keep up to date with us on twitter and facebook.