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How to Watch RLCS 2022-23 Fall Split Major – teams, format, schedule, streams, predictions


30 Nov 2022

Gabriel Sciberras

Considering how successful last season was, the Rocket League Championship Series is back for 2023. Accordingly, after multiple regional qualifiers, the RLCS 2022-23 Fall Split Major is here within the week. Bearing this in mind, we invite you to read on and learn How to Watch the upcoming Major event below!

Event Background

Kicking off the twelfth season of the Rocket League Championship Series, this event will be the first of 3 splits – Fall, Winter and Spring. These Majors are the ultimate opportunity for teams to earn points and prize, contributing to the end of the season.

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Credits: Psyonix

Anyways, organized by Psyonix, the Fall Split Major will take place on 8th December, running till 11th December at the Rotterdam Ahoy in Netherlands.

Inviting the best 16 teams of 3 from the entire world, find your contestants listed below:

  • Karmine Corp
  • Team Liquid
  • Oxygen Esports
  • Quadrant
  • Moist Esports
  • Gen.G Mobil1 Racing
  • FaZe Clan
  • Version1
  • Spacestation Gaming
  • G2 Esports
  • Pioneers
  • PWR
  • The Club
  • Team Secret
  • Team Falcons
  • James Cheese

So, what’s up for grabs outside the $310,000 prize pool? In addition, there are RLCS Points which will be spread as follows:

  • 1st – 32 RLCS Points
  • 2nd – 24 RLCS Points
  • 3-4th – 18 RLCS Points
  • 5-8th – 12 RLCS Points
  • 9-11th – 8 RLCS Points
  • 12-14th – 6 RLCS Points
  • 15-16th – 4 RLCS Points

Let’s learn more about the event below!


Credits: Rocket League Esports Twitter

Concerning the format, there will be two stages of competition.

Firstly, we have the Swiss Stage Format. Instead of a typical group stage, all teams will be competing in BO5 matches were only the top 8 will proceed to the Playoffs.

For those unaware, this means that opening matches will take place depending on seeding into this event. Following the opening matches, the competition will be divided into two lots, of teams who have won and teams who have lost their opening matches.

Another subsequent round will take place – qualification involves teams earning two victories with a maximum of five attempts.

Thanks to this format, we get to enjoy quite a number of matches early on.

To begin with, we have the opening fixtures, which are listed below:

Credits: Rocket League Esports Twitter

Round 1

  • Karmine Corp vs James Cheese
  • Gen.G vs PWR
  • FaZe vs Moist Esports
  • CLUB vs KCP
  • Team Liquid vs Team Secret
  • Version1 vs QUAD
  • Oxygen Esports vs G2 Esports
  • SSG vs FLCN

Otherwise, the 8 teams making it to the Playoffs will then compete through a Single Elimination Bracket, where all matches are a BO7. Accordingly, this means that teams only have one chance to make it through the next round – one loss means elimination.

Also note, that the final days of competition, December 10-11th, there will be a live crowd present!

Schedule for the RLCS 2022-23 Fall Split Major

As of writing, the schedule for the opening matches is not available.

Bearing this in mind, we recommend visiting the official Rocket League Esports Twitter page here.

Watch the RLCS 2022-23 Fall Split Major on esportsguide

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Credits: Psyonix

You can also watch the event live stream via our very own website. Providing an extensive list of the biggest esports together with streams for each esports match live today or upcoming matches.


Concerning predictions, we’d like to favour the likes of European and North American teams. Here are the top 3 teams based on the official RLCS rankings:


  • #1 – Karmine Corp – 53 points
  • #2 – Oxygen Esports – 39 points
  • #2 – Team Liquid – 39 points

North America

  • #1 – Gen.G Mobil1 Racing – 53 points
  • #2 – FaZe Clan – 47 points
  • #3 – Version1 – 41 points

Otherwise, we can’t wait to see what this event does for competitive Rocket League!

For more esports news, visit: https://www.esportsguide.com/news

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